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No bond for suspect in double homicide

September 30, 2016 A judge denied bond for a man accused in a 26-year-old double homicide that included a girl. Joseph Adam Zieler, 54, of 314 Byron Ave., North Fort Myers, had his first appearance on Thursday. more »»

Farmer’s Market returns to Club Square

September 30, 2016 Cape Coral Farmer's Market returns to Club Square on Saturday for its 23rd year as the county’s largest and most popular market. This year's market runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays from Oct. more »»

Grand opening: New Cape Brewery offers food, more

September 30, 2016 Cape Coral's newest brewery is celebrating its grand opening today through Sunda. more »»

Free two-day concert: 239 Fest promises best lineup ever

September 30, 2016 Over two dozen bands will perform next weekend in the South Cape for a two-day festival. more »»

Removal of Chiquita lock nudges forward

September 30, 2016 Boaters who use the Chiquita Lock in Southwest Cape Coral could be celebrating at some point because the city is about to finish the process of filing a permit to remove the lock with the Florida... more »»

Southwest Florida Eagle Cam up and running

September 30, 2016 All the cameras have been fixed and placed where they need to be, and it will be just a matter of time before we get to see the exploits of Harriett, M15 and their babies for the fifth season of the... more »»

Cape Coral-Fort Myers among top 50 MSAs for economic activity

September 30, 2016 TALLAHASSEE – Most Florida metro areas, including Cape Coral-Fort Myers, outpaced the nation in gross domestic product growth rate in 2015. more »»

G. David Howard to return to Shell Factory Saturday night

September 30, 2016 In the late 1970s and early 80s, G. David Howard was perhaps the funniest comedian in the area. Everywhere he went, it was standing room only. On Saturday at 7:15 p.. more »»

CCPD announces Monday traffic detail

September 30, 2016 On Monday, Oct. more »»

Uncommon Friends Foundation announces Business Ethics Award finalists

September 30, 2016 The Lee County Electrical Cooperative, CPR Tools, Inc. and Gecko Hospitality are among the finalists for the Uncommon Friends Foundation's 2016 Business Ethics Award. more »»

Teens may soon have council advisory role

September 30, 2016 Cape Coral City Councilmember Rick Williams believes the new Youth Council approved at Monday’s meeting can become a functioning group this school year. more »»

Three Cape students among National Merit semi-finalists

September 30, 2016 Three Cape Coral teens are among the students named nationwide as National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists. more »»

Bicylist injured in crash continues to improve

September 30, 2016 A Cape Coral bicyclist continues to improve at the hospital following a crash two weeks ago. As of Thursday, David L. Biasotti, 45, of 919 S.E. Eighth Terrace, Apt. more »»

HUD official lauds Lee as a ‘can do’ site

September 29, 2016 Lee County has led the nation in the resurgence of sales of new homes and rising home prices, HUD Secretary Julian Castro told local officials Thursday. more »»

Local party representatives react to first presidential debate

September 28, 2016 With the first of the presidential debates in the books, local party members were relatively satisfied with how their candidate performed, but want to see the major issues addressed more next time. more »»

'40 Days For Life' begins today with Mass, candlelight vigil

September 28, 2016 40 Days For Life will open its annual call for action tonight with a Mass and candlelight vigil, quietly beginning what organizers hope  will be "the largest pro-life mobilization in history. more »»

Arrest made in 26-year-old Cornell/Story homicides

September 28, 2016 Authorities have made an arrest in a 26-year-old double homicide that included a young girl. On Wednesday, the Cape Coral Police Department announced that Joseph Adam Zieler, 54, of 314 Byron Ave. more »»

Torch run

September 28, 2016 Hundreds of Lee Memorial Health System volunteers, workers and administration got together Friday to celebrate the organization's 100th anniversary the only way they know how — by promoting healthy... more »»

City awards contract to mow around burrowing owls nests

September 28, 2016 By JIM LINETTE The official bird of Cape Coral now will be taken care of through a city contract with mowing contractor CBI In. more »»

Council OKs return of Cape Coral Days trip to Tallahassee

September 28, 2016 In a surprise move during its legislative agenda discussion Monday night, City Council voted 4-3 to bring back the Cape Coral Days trip to Tallahassee to meet with state legislators. more »»



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