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Residents get update on new NFM Library

October 21, 2015 County leaders gave North Fort Myers residents an early progress report on the new library that will come to the area. It will be built, just not tomorrow. more »»

Clues, but still no suspect yet in Zombicon shooting

October 20, 2015 Fort Myers Police Chief Dennis Eads said he has gotten numerous tips from witnesses who were at the Zombicon shootings in downtown Fort Myers in Saturday that left one dead and five wounded. more »»

Council takes no action on modular homes

October 20, 2015 Cape Coral City Council will stay out of the brouhaha over allowing modular homes to be constructed in Cape Coral — at least for now. more »»

Oktoberfest fun

October 20, 2015 The weather was almost as good as last year, and the crowds were nearly as good as well. Last year’s event, which benefitted from amazing weather, set a standard that will be very difficult to beat. more »»

Masonic Lodge’s Trunk or Treat Sunday

October 20, 2015 A Cape Coral fraternal organization is again hosting a Halloween event for local families. The Cape Coral Masonic Lodge 367 will hold Trunk or Treat 2015 Sunday from 2 to 6 p.. more »»

Clues, but still no suspect in Zombicon shooting

October 20, 2015 Fort Myers Police Chief Dennis Eads said he has gotten numerous tips from witnesses who were at the Zombicon shootings in downtown Fort Myers in Saturday that left one dead and five wounded. more »»

Not slowing down

October 20, 2015 Although she continues to struggle with health issues, Erin Brophy works endless hours, while volunteering when her schedule allows the time. more »»

Toddler transported to Tampa after being shot

October 20, 2015 A toddler was taken to a Tampa hospital after the child was accidentally shot at a Lehigh Acres home late Monday afternoon. The injured 2-year-old was transported to Tampa Regional Hospital. more »»

Police seek clues after deadly shooting at ZombiCon

October 19, 2015 FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — When the gunshots rang out, Jill Stancel watched as a crowd of face painted, fake blood-spattered ZombiCon revelers ran through the streets in terro. more »»

Police describe suspect, seek clues after ZombiCon shooting

October 19, 2015 Fort Myers police released a description of a suspect in the deadly shooting at a zombie festival and said Monday they had heavily scrutinized a bystander's video showing ghoulish-dressed revelers... more »»

Question of the week: Clarify issues

October 19, 2015 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Regulation of ‘modular’ homes tendered

October 16, 2015 Modular homes, which have been built in Cape Coral for 20 years, are coming under heavy scrutiny by a group which plans to state its opposition at Monday’s City Council meeting. more »»

Former POW to be honored in Cape Coral

October 16, 2015 A former POW will receive a warm welcome to Cape Coral if plans made by a local veterans organization reach full fruition later this year. On Sunday, Dec. more »»

Oktoberfest:Annual festival starts today, continues through next weekend

October 16, 2015 Marking its 30th year, Oktoberfest will kick off today at the German-American Social Club. The festival, which runs through the weekend and then again Oc. more »»

Chamber Farmer's Market: Veggie venue set to reopen in Club Square

October 16, 2015 For seven months out of the year, the Cape Coral Farmer’s Market is known as the hot spot destination for the area's finest and freshest food, homemade baked goods, crafts and specialty vendor. more »»

Activists push delegation to ban fracking

October 16, 2015 The supportive act to ban hydraulic fracturing by several local governments was echoed by activists during a county lawmaking session on Wednesday. more »»

Communication key to success of bar hours

October 16, 2015 A partnership between the Cape Coral Police Department and representatives from the licensed bars and nightclubs in the CRA District which remain open until 4 a.m. more »»

Icon cuts ribbon on Caloosa fitness center

October 16, 2015 Jake Steinfeld, chairman of the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils, joined students and faculty at Caloosa Middle School as well as many education dignitaries to cut the ribbon on a... more »»

Barbecue fundraiser will benefit officer who has cancer

October 16, 2015 A barbecue fundraiser planned for Saturday will benefit a retired Fort Myers police officer. The Rich Davis Benefit BBQ will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Crosspoint Christian Church. more »»

Black Sabbath drummer does Cape Coral clinic

October 16, 2015 For rock drummers, the name Appice is considered royalty. On Wednesday, music fans got to meet one of them, and pick his brain on how to play the skins. more »»



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