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Community rallies around Cape principal, Pine Island teacher

May 30, 2019 Jennifer Cann and her husband Chris have touched the lives of countless Cape Coral residents and members of the Southwest Florida community. more »»

Estimated taxable property valuations up countywide

May 30, 2019 Taxable property valuations are up throughout Lee County, according to preliminary estimates released by the Property Appraiser's Office late Thursday. Overall taxable valuation is up 5. more »»

Cape looks to use impact fees for design of gun range

May 30, 2019 A proposal to use $650,000 in police impact fee reserves to fund the design of a police department gun range is on the Cape Coral City Council consent agenda Monday. more »»

Don’t have your storm kit? ‘Sales Tax Holiday’ begins today

May 30, 2019 Residents across Florida will have the chance to stock up on hurricane supplies, tax-free, today through June 6. more »»

Project Lifesaver may get a reboot

May 30, 2019 Amidst reports that the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is discontinuing a program used to help locate those with dementia and other special needs, a group of Cape Coral residents want to buy their... more »»

Picnic in the Park: Monday’s event at Paul Sanborn Park kicks off summer feeding program

May 30, 2019 Lee County children who may not have access to a meal every day can eat free at a local park or school this summer. more »»

Yacht Club pools to reopen Wednesday

May 30, 2019 Starting next week, Cape Coral residents will once again be able to enjoy the city’s only community pool, which underwent just over three months of cosmetic work. more »»

Diplomat Middle student’s essay takes first in national competition

May 30, 2019 Alyssandra Lanese enjoys pushing herself and entering essay and scholarship competitions. The first one the 13-year-old won just happened to be a national contes. more »»

Lee County’s four community pools to close Wednesday for training

May 30, 2019   The four community pools operated by Lee County Parks & Recreation will be closed Wednesday, June 5, and re-open at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, June 6. more »»

Cape Elks to celebrate 40th with 5K and an open house

May 30, 2019 Cape Coral Elks Lodge #2596 will celebrate its 40th anniversary of providing service to the community by hosting both a 5K fundraiser and an open house. more »»

Lee County’s four community pools to close Wednesday for training

May 30, 2019 The four community pools operated by Lee County Parks & Recreation will be closed Wednesday, June 5, and re-open at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, June 6. more »»

Traffic pattern on Burnt Store Road from Diplomat Parkway to south of Tropicana Parkway to change

May 29, 2019 A new traffic pattern on Burnt Store Road will take effect beginning after 5 a.m., Thursday, June 6. more »»

Cape Coral man charged in multiple bank robberies

May 29, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been charged in connection with the robbery at Synovus Bank Tuesday and linked to three other robberies in the are. more »»

Honoring the fallen

May 29, 2019 For 30 years, Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery has held a tribute on Memorial Day for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this country. more »»

City Parks employee charged with possession of child pornography resigns

May 29, 2019 A city of Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department employee who was arrested by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement earlier this month and charged with possession of child pornography has... more »»

Cape holds inaugural Memorial Day parade

May 29, 2019 In many communities across the country, one of the biggest traditions has always been the Memorial Day parade down Main Street, where Boy Scout troops, high school bands and decorated veterans march... more »»

CCPD issues alert for missing teen

May 29, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department is asking the public for help locating a missing endangered juvenile. Early this morning, Ana Magerli Rodriguez, 17, of Cape Coral, was reported as missing endangered. more »»

CCPD’s newest cruiser stresses consequences of drinking and driving

May 29, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department unveiled a new cruiser on Friday to help drive home the message of how you should get home if intoxicated. more »»

Merchant Marine and Naval Armed Guard Memorial dedicated at Eco Park

May 29, 2019 Members of the community gathered to pay their respects to fallen members of our military, as well as dedicate a new monument celebrating an underdog in war efforts, at Eco Park Sunday. more »»

Two student enrollment offices closing Thursday

May 29, 2019 The Lee County School District Student Enrollment offices located in Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres will permanently close at 4 p.m., Thursday, May 30. more »»

 
 

 

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