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Dryer fire causes $120,000 in damages

January 5, 2015 A malfunctioning clothes dryer is the likely cause of a weekend house fire that caused an estimated $120,000 in damages to a home in Coral Lakes and took the life of the family cat. more »»

2015 holds numerous Cape projects

January 2, 2015 The arrival of Sam’s Club on Pine Island Road and the promis of a Super Walmart and a Neighborhood Walmart store soon to follow paints Cape Coral in a very positive light as we head into 201. more »»

Cape Fire Department hosts prevention initiative

January 2, 2015 The Cape Coral Fire Department wrapped up its annual, holiday fire safety initiative on Thursday. more »»

One Way Out: Helping women step into new lives

January 2, 2015 Jeanie Turner is the executive director & founder of One Way Out Ministries. However, she is also known as another name: Night Club Pastor. more »»

Business boosts veterans

January 2, 2015 For Ron Roy and his wife, Cathy, giving back to local military veterans and their families is something that is close to their heart. more »»

Teen fatally injured in rollover crash

January 2, 2015 A Cape Coral teen died Tuesday after he rolled the SUV that he was driving and was ejected. Tyler Francis Richards, 18, sustained fatal injuries in the accident, according to officials. more »»

Man on scooter injured in crash

January 2, 2015 A Cape Coral man was hospitalized Tuesday after he was thrown from a scooter on U.S. 41. more »»

‘Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon’ set for Jan. 16

January 2, 2015 The 13th annual “Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon” will be broadcast live from iHeart Studios on Metro Parkway in Fort Myers over Cat Country 107.1 FM from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 1. more »»

Amenities abound at Del Tura Golf & Country Club

January 2, 2015 Del Tura Golf & Country Club, a gated community in North Fort Myers, prides itself on its 550 beautifully landscaped acres that offers an abundance of amenities. more »»

State Fire Marshal investigating boat fire at Tarpon Point Marina

December 31, 2014 The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a vessel fire that occurred Saturday in Cape Coral. At 1:15 p.m. more »»

Hatchings end week of drama for eagles Ozzie and Harriet

December 31, 2014 It was an interesting week for North Fort Myers’ most popular non-humans. Their two offspring hatched over the weekend. more »»

Dock Dog regionals coming to Shell Factory

December 31, 2014 Some of the most athletic dogs in the country will converge on the Shell Factory in March to take part in one of the biggest Dock Dog competitions in the nation. more »»

Riders to saddle up for annual trail ride

December 31, 2014 If it’s the second Sunday in January, it means it’s time once again to get the horses out of the stable and saddled up for an annual trail ride for a good cause. more »»

DDWS awards $5,000 in school conservation education grants

December 31, 2014 The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the Refuge (DDWS) recently awarded more than $8,000 in grants to 12 conservation education-related projects at 11 different schools in Lee, Collier,... more »»

Cape man injured in accident remains hospitalized

December 31, 2014 A Cape Coral man remained hospitalized Tuesday after he crashed a dump truck last week. Jose L. Calvo, 57, was listed in fair condition at Lee Memorial Hospital, where he was transported on Dec. more »»

Pedestrian struck by Jeep released from hospital

December 31, 2014 A pedestrian has been released from the hospital after being hit by a vehicle over a month ag. more »»

High school rodeo coming to Posse Arena

December 31, 2014 January is going to be a very busy month at the Lee County Sheriff’s Posse Arena. Of course, the annual Cracker Day Rodeo will be held on the third weekend. more »»

North Fort Myers Academy of the Arts eighth-grader receives all-state honors

December 31, 2014 Lilly Todd doesn’t just play the notes on a trumpet, she can make it sing, and other musical instruments as wel. more »»

Military connections highlighted in local man's book

December 31, 2014 The Southwest Florida Community Foundation will host a book signing for John Sheppard, whose newest release delves into Lee County’s connection to the heroes and battles of the two world wars. more »»

Beach tilling project on Captiva to begin next week

December 31, 2014 Special to The Breeze news@breezenewspapers.com Beach tilling begins Jan. 5 on the renourished portion of Captiva. Work moves to the north end of Captiva on Jan. 6 and moves south toward Blind Pass. more »»

 
 

 

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