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Robles makes winning science fair old hat

March 6, 2014 It isn’t often that a middle schooler earns the top prize in the Edison Kiwanis Science & Engineering Fair. more »»

Lions Club Shrimp Festival on the Beach this weekend

March 6, 2014 Estero Island’s biggest annual event of the year is taking center stage this weekend. more »»

Drug House Odyssey open to the public Wednesday

March 6, 2014 The annual Drug House Odyssey will once again highlight for local students and the public the potential consequences of combining alcohol consumption and drug use with driving. more »»

State no longer looking to sell conservation land on Cayo Costa, North Captiva

March 5, 2014 Dozens of parcels of state-owned conservation lands, including nine on the Cayo Costa and North Captiva islands, are no longer facing the prospect of being sold — all thanks to a shift in focus. more »»

Sullivan’s lawyer asks court to reconsider

March 4, 2014 Former Cape Coral mayor John Sullivan and his lawyer plan to take the case of the close election to another level. more »»

Fire assessment bills to be mailed soon

March 4, 2014 Fire service assessment bills will begin arriving in mailboxes of Cape Coral property owners soon, perhaps even later this week, after City Council unanimously approved a resolution to go forward... more »»

Discipline on display

March 4, 2014 One of the most basic and toughest disciplines for any soldier to master is the drill, and it was on display this past weekend thanks to the area’s young cadets. more »»

Council delves into golf course options

March 4, 2014 Cape Coral will not be purchasing the former Cape Coral Golf & Tennis Club property, at least not on its own, any time soon. more »»

Irish Festival draws huge weekend crowds

March 4, 2014 There was much more going on over the weekend than just the Lee County Fair. There was one particular ethnic celebration that had people excited. more »»

City opens perimeter bike loop

March 4, 2014 Final construction was completed recently connecting nearly 50 miles of bike path access around the perimeter of Cape Coral. more »»

CCPD, FMPD report drop in crime in 2013

March 4, 2014 Local law enforcement agencies reported a drop in crime in 2013, compared to the prior year. more »»

‘Friends’ host concert to raise funds for Relay for Life

March 4, 2014 Looking ahead to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event in April, the "Friends Again" team is hard at work to raise funds for its participation in this year's Relay by hosting "An... more »»

Pelican Elementary gets in the reading mood

March 4, 2014 It was surely a fun day at Pelican Elementary School Monday as parents, dignitaries and one NFL star stopped by to read to the kids at its Read Across America event on Monday. more »»

Resident remains in jail following grow house bust

March 4, 2014 Cape Coral police seized more than $1 million worth of marijuana in a drug bust Thursday. At about 11:20 p.m., the CCPD served a search warrant at a residence at 1206 N.E. more »»

Man charged with assault in box cutter attack

March 4, 2014 A Cape Coral man had his neck sliced with a box cutter in an apparent attack by his boyfriend. more »»

Man injured in accident involving Cape resident released from hospital

March 4, 2014 A man has been released from the hospital following a crash involving a Cape Coral driver. As of Tuesday, Louis . more »»

Americans Write for Prosperity fund-raiser March 15

March 3, 2014 Americans Write for Prosperity will be holding a fund-raising event for men, women and children of the military Saturday, March 15, from 6 p.m. to midnight, at the Italian American Club in Cape Coral. more »»

Multiple agencies respond to large vessel fire; two rescued

March 3, 2014 The Cape Coral Fire Department’s Marine units assisted nine other agencies when a large yacht caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico Monday mornin. more »»

Names of couple in Saturday’s attempted murder-suicide released

March 3, 2014 Cape Coral police have released the names of the couple involved in this weekend's attempted murder-suicide. Donald Clayton Maxwell, 50, of 619 S.E. 7th St. more »»

Williams to speak at Historical Society meeting

March 3, 2014 Amy Bennett Williams, lifestyles editor for the Fort Myers News-Press, will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Cape Coral Historical Society, Tuesday, March 11, at 2:30 p.m. more »»



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