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Lehigh Acres man charged with kidnapping/false imprisonment

May 8, 2017 A Lehigh Acres man remained in the Lee County Jail on Monday on multiple felony counts after police say he kidnapped and sexually assaulted an ex-girlfriend’s 5-year-old daughte. more »»

Witnesses sought in weekend shooting in Fort Myers

May 8, 2017 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for anyone who may have been in the area of a shooting at a south Lee County restaurant Saturday night to come forward with any suspicious information they... more »»

Cape Charter’s best feted at Lighthouse Awards

May 8, 2017 The Cape Coral Charter School system recognized its top educators Friday. This year's annual Lighthouse Awards dinner at the Cape Coral Yacht Club came with a new twist. more »»

Antonucci named Lee Health president/CEO

May 5, 2017 The Lee Health Board of Directors has chosen Larry Antonucci, M.D., to succeed Jim Nathan as president/CEO of the health system. Antonucci has served as system chief operating officer since 2011. more »»

Cape Coral 5K Zombie Invasions

May 5, 2017 Beware: The grounds of Rotary Park will be teaming with the undead and those trying to survive the zombie apocalypse Saturday, May 13, during the second annual 5k Zombie Invasion, presented by the... more »»

Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Education Awards

May 5, 2017 The 25th annual Excellence in Education awards ceremony which is hosted by the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce took place Monday at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre. more »»

RO plant set for $1 million in repairs

May 5, 2017 Exposure to the sun may have contributed to a major component failure at the North Reverse Osmosis water plant, resulting in the need to replace all four "busways" at a cost of nearly $1 millio. more »»

Lake O water storage legislation goes to governor

May 5, 2017 The Florida House passed a bill Tuesday that's a step in the right direction for “Send the Water South” advocates. more »»

Cameron Mayhew Act:Bill boosts failure-to-stop for a school bus penalties

May 5, 2017 Legislation that is awaiting Gov. Rick Scott's consideration will stiffen the non-criminal penalties for drivers who fail to stop for a school bus and cause serious bodily injury or deat. more »»

CCPD shows plan for industrial park cleanup

May 5, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department’s plan to help clean up the Mid-Cape Industrial Corridor is three-pronged, using education, enforcement and addressing zooming issues as a way to solve problems... more »»

Oasis flea market fund raiser set for Saturday

May 5, 2017 Like flea markets encountered everywhere, you don't know exactly what you will find at the one at Oasis High School on Saturday. But you’re almost certain to find something good. more »»

Cape Coral marks National Day of Prayer

May 5, 2017 It was a day to unite voices in prayer and praise God, to remember that our nation was born from the words in scripture. more »»

Savvy Caregiver Program to be offered at Grace Church

May 5, 2017 Caregivers can improve their life and the life of their loved one through a free program. Hosted by the Alvin A. more »»

Seahawk Sprint for Music 5K steps off Saturday

May 5, 2017 A 5K planned for this weekend will help support a high school band in Cape Coral. The third annual Seahawk Sprint for Music 5K will take place on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. more »»

Water quality warning issued for North Shore Park

May 4, 2017 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is advising the public not to enter the water at North Shore Park due to high levels of bacteria identified in routine testing. more »»

Van Helden new Charlotte County fire chief

May 3, 2017 Charlotte County Administrator Ray Sandrock has named Bill Van Helden as the new fire/EMS chief and public safety director. more »»

26th Summer Arts Camp set for June 19 to July 21

May 2, 2017 The Music Foundation of Southwest Florida’s annual summer arts program will run weekdays from June 19 through July 21. more »»

Mayor apologizes for meeting walk-out

May 2, 2017 Mayor Marni Sawicki has apologized for her meeting walk-out last week. “I do apologize for my, I think, what happened for that meeting. I let the negativity get in, and I’m human,” Sawicki sai. more »»

IAVF buys apartment complex in New Orleans

May 2, 2017 A Cape Coral-based organization is investing in affordable housing for U.S. veterans. more »»

Taste of the Beach

May 2, 2017 Get ready. Get set. Serve! Local Fort Myers Beach restaurant servers are practicing their skills as they prepare for the annual servers competition, a key feature of Taste of the Beach. more »»



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