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Former Cape resident victim in double homicide in New Hampshire

February 3, 2017 A former Cape Coral resident died early Sunday morning in New Hampshire in what investigators say was a double homicide. more »»

PTSD Summit urges new legislation for military veterans

February 3, 2017 The American Military Veterans Foundation held a PTSD Summit in Cape Coral Thuesday to educate state, county and city leaders of the growing epidemic of PTSD and suicide in the veteran community. more »»

Cape Council to consider more time for public input

February 3, 2017 Cape Coral City Councilmember Marilyn Stout has proposed additional time for citizens to speak before City Council during public comment periods as a result of reducing in the number of council... more »»

Crossing situation at Oasis improving

February 3, 2017 Things have gotten a lot better for children and families crossing the street in front of Oasis elementary and middle schools. more »»

Everglades update provided

February 3, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, the Everglades Foundation and City of Sanibel provided information about the myths vs. more »»

Quilters sought to make Quilts of Valor for veterans Saturday in North Fort Myers

February 2, 2017 Quilt Lovers’ Hangout is hosting an “open sew” for Quilts of Valor National Sew Day Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Former Cape resident victim in double homicide in New Hampshire

February 1, 2017 A former Cape Coral resident died early Sunday morning in New Hampshire in what investigators say was a double homicide. more »»

Volunteers sought for Lee BIA Builders Care signature fundraiser

January 31, 2017 Rotary Club of Fort Myers Sunset is assisting Lee BIA Builders Care with their eighth annual BBQ, Bands & Brews to be held at the Alliance for the Arts in downtown Fort Myers on Sunday, April 9, fro... more »»

Staff report: City-operated charter school system on path to run out of funds

January 31, 2017 A review of the Cape Coral Charter School System conducted by city staff was shows the city-operated schools could run out of money by 2021, City Council was told Monday. more »»

Become certified in TNR; get free spays or neuters for feral cats

January 31, 2017 Fortunate Ferals, in conjunction with Gulf Coast Humane Society, will hold its second Trap-Neuter-Release Workshop Saturday, Feb. 4. more »»

Cape Council sets special meeting to interview, select, city auditor

January 31, 2017 Cape Coral City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 8 to interview candidates and select a new City Auditor. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. more »»

Blind fishing tourney

January 31, 2017 An annual fundraiser is in need of additional boat owners to serve as volunteer captains. more »»

LCEC looking to send disabled vets on trip

January 31, 2017 With the help from its primary lender, LCEC is looking to send a worthy disabled veteran on an expedition he or she will never forget LCEC is partnering with CoBank, a $120 billion cooperative bank... more »»

Minnesota Twins to hold baseball clinic at North Fort Myers Community Park

January 31, 2017 Every winter, the Minnesota Twins go out into the Lee County community and give young kids the opportunity to lean baseball from the pros. more »»

Son convicted of beating his father to death

January 31, 2017 A man has been convicted of beating to death his father in his Cape Coral home in 2012. On Friday, a Lee County jury found Leroy James Taylor Jr., 59, of 29 Ball St., Waverly, N.Y. more »»

Parade of Mermaids Feb. 10 at Bert’s Pine Bay Gallery

January 31, 2017 Bert’s Pine Bay Gallery will host the Parade of Mermaids, a gala event to benefit “P.A.W.S” of Lee County, Friday, Feb. 10. more »»

Serrano to show art at The French Press Thursday

January 31, 2017 Local artist Gretchen Kish Serrano will display her new art collection inspired by Jackson Pollock at The French Press coffee shop at Cape Harbor this Thursday Feb. 2, from 7-9 p.m. more »»

Charter School System 'best practices' report to top council agenda

January 30, 2017 The results of a review of the Cape Coral Charter School System top Cape Coral City Council's workshop agenda today. more »»

Updated: Missing woman located

January 30, 2017 Update: Jacelyn Lee McClellan has been located unharmed. Original report: Cape Coral Police Department has asked for the public's help finding a Cape resident who has been missing since Jan. 16. more »»

School Choice open enrollment under way

January 27, 2017 Open enrollment for School Choice began on Monday and will run for 10 weeks through March 24, for kindergarten, sixth and ninth grade students. more »»

 
 

 

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