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FMPD urging residents/visitors to 'Park Smart'

July 14, 2014 The Fort Myers Police Department is asking residents to help it reduce crime by following “Park Smart.” Take your keys, secure your valuables and lock your vehicle. more »»

FMPD urging residents/visitors to 'Park Smart'

July 14, 2014 The Fort Myers Police Department is asking residents to help it reduce crime by following “Park Smart.” Take your keys, secure your valuables and lock your vehicle. more »»

Cape shopper celebrates life as centenarian

July 12, 2014   By Chuck Ballaro news@breezenewspapers.com Lea Van Poelvoorde has always known how to find a bargai. more »»

Cape shopper celebrates life as centenarian

July 12, 2014   By Chuck Ballaro news@breezenewspapers.com Lea Van Poelvoorde has always known how to find a bargai. more »»

Economic directors see great futures for Lee, Cape

July 12, 2014 The vision for Cape Coral in 2035 is not the same as it was in 1978. Instead of being a bedroom community, it is seen as a bustling city with a thriving economy and a huge corporate presence. more »»

Economic directors see great futures for Lee, Cape

July 12, 2014 The vision for Cape Coral in 2035 is not the same as it was in 1978. Instead of being a bedroom community, it is seen as a bustling city with a thriving economy and a huge corporate presence. more »»

Cape Coral Police Department charges teens with impersonating police

July 11, 2014 Two Cape Coral teens were charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer after the youths reportedly attempted to use their high beams and red and blue flashing lights from a smartphone to pul... more »»

Cape Coral Police Department charges teens with impersonating police

July 11, 2014 Two Cape Coral teens were charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer after the youths reportedly attempted to use their high beams and red and blue flashing lights from a smartphone to pul... more »»

Traffic enforcement update for Monday

July 11, 2014 The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit will target at least one of the following three locations for enforcement Monday, July 14: — Pine Island Road, Cape Coral — Veterans Parkway, Cape Coral ... more »»

Traffic enforcement update for Monday

July 11, 2014 The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit will target at least one of the following three locations for enforcement Monday, July 14: — Pine Island Road, Cape Coral — Veterans Parkway, Cape Coral ... more »»

Seven arrested in 'prostitution sting'

July 11, 2014 A "prostitution sting" conducted by Fort Myers police has resulted in seven arrests. more »»

Seven arrested in 'prostitution sting'

July 11, 2014 A "prostitution sting" conducted by Fort Myers police has resulted in seven arrests. more »»

Lots of races in August primary

July 10, 2014 With the special election wrapped up, another round of campaigning is heating up as in less than six weeks, voters will head to the polls for the primary that leads to the big general election on Nov. more »»

Lots of races in August primary

July 10, 2014 With the special election wrapped up, another round of campaigning is heating up as in less than six weeks, voters will head to the polls for the primary that leads to the big general election on Nov. more »»

Reserve Center dedication set for Saturday

July 10, 2014 Staff Sgt. Marc Scialdo’s made the ultimate sacrifice for his country, and that sacrifice will be honored on Saturday. more »»

Reserve Center dedication set for Saturday

July 10, 2014 Staff Sgt. Marc Scialdo’s made the ultimate sacrifice for his country, and that sacrifice will be honored on Saturday. more »»

LeeTran sets public meetings on proposed fare increase

July 10, 2014 FORT MYERS – LeeTran seeks input from the public on a proposal to increase its base adult fare from $1.25 to $1.50, as well as its pass prices. more »»

LeeTran sets public meetings on proposed fare increase

July 10, 2014 FORT MYERS – LeeTran seeks input from the public on a proposal to increase its base adult fare from $1.25 to $1.50, as well as its pass prices. more »»

Lee County shelter seeking foster homes for kittens and other feline assistance

July 10, 2014 FORT MYERS - Lee County Domestic Animal Services is seeking community support to help with the overpopulation of kittens. more »»

Lee County shelter seeking foster homes for kittens and other feline assistance

July 10, 2014 FORT MYERS - Lee County Domestic Animal Services is seeking community support to help with the overpopulation of kittens. more »»

‘Critical habitat’ established for loggerheads

July 10, 2014 Federal agencies have passed legislation to protect the habitat of a threatened species of sea turtle in Gulf waters and the Atlantic Ocean. more »»

‘Critical habitat’ established for loggerheads

July 10, 2014 Federal agencies have passed legislation to protect the habitat of a threatened species of sea turtle in Gulf waters and the Atlantic Ocean. more »»

Mosquito Control: There’s ways to minimize the seasonal pests

July 10, 2014 Despite getting off to a slow start this year, mosquito season is expected to pick up in the coming months with an increase in rainfall and standing water. more »»

Mosquito Control: There’s ways to minimize the seasonal pests

July 10, 2014 Despite getting off to a slow start this year, mosquito season is expected to pick up in the coming months with an increase in rainfall and standing water. more »»

Cape firefighters return from Switzerland

July 10, 2014 Two firefighters recently returned to Cape Coral after joining a fire department in Switzerland for a week to tape an episode of the Swiss reality television show, “Job Swa. more »»

Cape firefighters return from Switzerland

July 10, 2014 Two firefighters recently returned to Cape Coral after joining a fire department in Switzerland for a week to tape an episode of the Swiss reality television show, “Job Swa. more »»

Cell Phones for Soldiers: Island lounges hosting cell phone drive for military charities

July 10, 2014 What all started as some simple summer cleaning over the weekend turned into a month-long drive and collection for both local and national foundations that help U.S. more »»

Cell Phones for Soldiers: Island lounges hosting cell phone drive for military charities

July 10, 2014 What all started as some simple summer cleaning over the weekend turned into a month-long drive and collection for both local and national foundations that help U.S. more »»

Crash victim succumbs to injuries

July 10, 2014 A Cape Coral motorcyclist succumbed to his injuries Thursday after a five-vehicle crash near the Midpoint Bridge earlier this week. more »»

Crash victim succumbs to injuries

July 10, 2014 A Cape Coral motorcyclist succumbed to his injuries Thursday after a five-vehicle crash near the Midpoint Bridge earlier this week. more »»

Cape Utilities seeks customers to volunteer for water sampling project

July 10, 2014 The City of Cape Coral’s Utilities Department is asking for help from customers who live in homes with copper pipe, or homes that have copper, brass or bronze fittings/fixtures. more »»

Cape Utilities seeks customers to volunteer for water sampling project

July 10, 2014 The City of Cape Coral’s Utilities Department is asking for help from customers who live in homes with copper pipe, or homes that have copper, brass or bronze fittings/fixtures. more »»

Boathouse continues to tweak its offerings

July 10, 2014 The new Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill at the Cape Coral Yacht Club is still making some tweaks to its beach location, and has also learned quickly what its customers want. more »»

Boathouse continues to tweak its offerings

July 10, 2014 The new Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill at the Cape Coral Yacht Club is still making some tweaks to its beach location, and has also learned quickly what its customers want. more »»

Annual classroom supply drive hits home stretch

July 8, 2014 It’s hard to believe that the start of another school year is only about a month away, and the push for donated school supplies is on. more »»

Annual classroom supply drive hits home stretch

July 8, 2014 It’s hard to believe that the start of another school year is only about a month away, and the push for donated school supplies is on. more »»

CCCIA meeting to address economic development

July 8, 2014 Economic development officials from Cape Coral and Lee County are the featured speakers for the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association’s monthly membership meeting. more »»

CCCIA meeting to address economic development

July 8, 2014 Economic development officials from Cape Coral and Lee County are the featured speakers for the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association’s monthly membership meeting. more »»

Spots available for Hard Hat Hold’em Poker Tournament

July 8, 2014 Seats are still available for people to sign up for the Hard Hat Hold'em Poker Tournament. more »»

Spots available for Hard Hat Hold’em Poker Tournament

July 8, 2014 Seats are still available for people to sign up for the Hard Hat Hold'em Poker Tournament. more »»

 
 

 

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