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Council OKs hiring firm for analysis for dual public safety training facility

March 22, 2016 Cape Coral Fire Chief Donald Cochran convinced everyone on City Council, except Mayor Marni Sawicki, of the value of spending nearly $50,000 for engineering consultant Hole Montes Inc. more »»

United Way chapter raises record amount

March 22, 2016 The United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee has concluded the 2015-2016 Campaign and exceeded the campaign goal of $9,385,330. more »»

Sawicki wants electric utility issue to be regular agenda item

March 22, 2016 The subject of LCEC negotiations was raised by Mayor Marni Sawicki at Monday's City Council meeting along with a suggestion that a weekly discussion on the electric utility provider be added to the... more »»

North Shore Alliance Church to present Easter drama

March 22, 2016 This weekend, the North Shore Alliance Church will bring the real meaning of Easter to life. The church will present its fourth-annual Passion Experience on Friday and Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. more »»

Hammers & Hope Team seeks donations for project

March 22, 2016 A Cape Coral organization is raising funds to help provide a family with a place to call home. more »»

Hammers & Hope Team seeks donations for project

March 22, 2016 A Cape Coral organization is raising funds to help provide a family with a place to call home. more »»

Lee Clerk of Courts lauds new technology

March 22, 2016 Lee County Clerk of Courts Linda Doggett is a proponent of technology, which is why she is trying to make her office the most customer friendly office possible, whether it be to help you find... more »»

Cape driver involved in crash that kills pedestrian

March 22, 2016 A Cape Coral man was one of two drivers involved in a crash on Monday that left one dead. more »»

Storm fails to wash out Mullet Toss Championship

March 22, 2016 Rain didn't dampen the spirit at the 25th annual Matlacha Mariners Mullet Toss Championship last Saturday but the early afternoon thunderstorm did. more »»

World War II veteran Gravelyn honored by P.I. Elks

March 22, 2016 Just short of his 97th birthday, a celebration was held at the Pine Island Elks for Capt. Harry Gravelyn. His family and about 30 friends attended the party at the Pine Island Elks Lodge. more »»

National builder interested: Old golf course site has purchase offer pending

March 18, 2016 D.R. Horton, one of the largest homebuilders in the country, is interested in purchasing the 175-acre old golf course property from Ryan Companies U.S. more »»

PSC filing under review

March 18, 2016 The state Public Service Commission has received the city of Cape Coral’s rate structure complaint and assigned it for revie. more »»

Sounds of Jazz & Blues: Annual Cape concert Saturday at Tarpon Point

March 18, 2016 The 25th annual Sounds of Jazz and Blues will fill the air with music on Saturday in the city. Organized by Cape Coral's Parks and Recreation Department, the musical event will be held from 5:30 p.. more »»

Incentives for moms: Diaper bank offers program

March 18, 2016 By CHUCK?BALLARO Mothers striving to improve their situation for their families can find help through programs offered by a ministry that is prepared to provide a hand up. more »»

Remote control airshow: ‘Gathering of the Giants’ this weekend

March 18, 2016 A private “air force” of more than 70 pilots will “invade” Cape Coral this weekend for the 22nd annual Gathering of the Giants at Seahawks Park in Northwest Cap. more »»

Training facility discussion on council agenda

March 18, 2016 City Council will be asked to approve two personnel hiring resolutions at Monday’s meeting seeking permission to hire a two professional engineers and a fleet manager in the Public Works Department... more »»

Only 100 of 2,500 golf balls sold: Bunny ball drop fundraiser has lots of chances left

March 18, 2016 Time is running out to buy balls in a weekend fundraiser for the Florida Council of the Blin. more »»

ECHO Global Food & Farm Fest this Saturday

March 18, 2016 Southwest Florida’s biggest festival dedicated to sustainable living, agriculture, and food will return to ECHO Farm for its 25th year this weekend. more »»

Following state-wide trend, Trump, Clinton lead way among county voters

March 16, 2016 Florida's Democrats and Republicans have spoken on who they want to see as presiden. more »»



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