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Army Corps to reduce Lake O discharges

March 3, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Army Corps of Engineers announced today that, starting Friday, it will begin reducing the amount of water being released from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee and St. more »»

Police seek to identify more witnesses for Zombicon investigation

March 3, 2016 The Fort Myers Police Department has released video segments to aid in the identify of even more potential witnesses to the homicide that occurred on Oct. more »»

CRA soliciting Special Event Sponsorship Grant applications for Fiscal Year 2017

March 1, 2016 The Cape Coral Community Redevelopment Agency is seeking applications for Special Events Sponsorship Grants. more »»

Beacon of excellence

March 1, 2016 The happiness and surprise on their faces told the whole story. more »»

Easter Bunny Toy Run set for March 26

March 1, 2016 The Southwest Fl. Chapter of Harley Owners Group, Ft. more »»

Oasis Middle School wins big at STEAM Competition

March 1, 2016 Students from the city of Cape Coral's charter Oasis elementary and middle schools brought home a wealth of awards in a recent state technology competition. more »»

Sun Splash opens for the season March 12

March 1, 2016 Slide into spring at Sun Splash Family Waterpark when the Cape Coral attraction opens for the 2016 season on Saturday, March 12, at 10 a.m. more »»

CCPD: Crime numbers down in Cape Coral

March 1, 2016 Crime is down in Cape Coral, according to Uniform Crime Reporting statistics for 2015 released by the Cape Coral Police Department Tuesday. In 2015, the CCPD saw a decrease in violent crimes of 16. more »»

Sewer main repair project on El Dorado Parkway

March 1, 2016   A contractor with the city of Cape Coral Utilities Department will be repairing a damaged sewer main on El Dorado Parkway beginning Thursday, March 3. more »»

Crime rates decline in Cape

March 1, 2016 The city of Cape Coral saw a decrease in the overall reported crime from 2014 to last year. On Tuesday, the Cape Coral Police Department released its Uniform Crime Reporting statistics for last yea. more »»

Mayor Marni Sawicki to be guest speaker at REIS luncheon

March 1, 2016 Cape Coral Mayor Marni Sawicki will be the guest speaker at the March 8 luncheon meeting of the Real Estate Investment Societ. more »»

Lee County implements changes to Jug Creek markers to improve safety

March 1, 2016 Lee County’s Division of Natural Resources Marine Program has installed new channel markers and relocated existing markers and signs on a portion of Jug Creek on Pine Island’s north en. more »»

City Council concludes strategic plan discussion

March 1, 2016 City Council members finished up their discussion of the city's strategic plan Monday as part of the scheduled regular meeting. The strategic plan report began last week with a four-hour session. more »»

CCPD continues investigation of man’s death

March 1, 2016 Police continued to investigate the slaying of a Cape Coral man on Tuesday, as the victim's son remained in custody at the Lee County Jail on fraud charges. On Feb. more »»

Man injured in recent crash released from hospital

March 1, 2016 A motorist has been released from the hospital after a recent two-vehicle crash in Cape Coral. As of Tuesday, William Francis Sullivan, 59, of 2129 N.E. more »»

Highlight from the Burrowing Owl Festival

March 1, 2016 Sharon Mooney gets a close look at Luna, an albino screech owl from the Peace River Wildlife Center in Punta Gorda, during Saturday’s Burrowing Owl Festival at Rotary Park in Cape Coral. more »»

Checking out the gator

March 1, 2016 Six-year-old Eric Kalkmann, right, checks out the claws on Buddy, a 2 1/2-year-old alligator from Babcock Ranch in Punta Gorda during the Burrowing Owl Festiva. more »»

Charter teachers receive Lighthouse Awards

February 29, 2016 City of Cape Coral Charter School System's foundation presented four educators with Lighthouse Awards Monday. The Lighthouse Awards recognize excellence in education. more »»

Local water woes bring Nelson, Clawson to Fort Myers

February 27, 2016 Just five days ago, three Lee County mayors were in Washington, D.C., to express their concerns about the polluted discharges from Lake Okeechobee that arrive locally via the Caloosahatchee Rive. more »»

Mayors take water quality issue to Washington

February 26, 2016 Mayor Marni Sawicki has just returned from Washington, D.C. more »»



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