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Bees that killed dog may have been ‘Africanized’

October 14, 2016 Cape Coral firefighter Ed Agocs was called to the 1400 block of S.W. 53rd Terrace last Thursday, but not to help put out a fire. more »»

Council, CRA meetings set for next week

October 14, 2016 At a City Council meeting in July, staff was directed to amend an ordinance to add veterinary and animal clinics as permitted uses under the Village zoning district classification. more »»

Info sought on vehicle linked to crash

October 14, 2016 Authorities are looking for a car involved in a five-vehicle crash that sent two to the hospital. As of Thursday, Bradley J. more »»

Lux brunch options abound throughout Lee County

October 14, 2016 With “season” creeping up fast, it’s already time to start planning for visitors looking to take in the sights — and tastes — around Lee County. more »»

Four face first degree murder charges

October 7, 2016 Four men accused of fatally shooting a Cape Coral man have been indicted on charges. The State Attorney's Office 20th Judicial Circuit reported today that Rodney Charles, 18, Mariano St. more »»

Vote-by-Mail ballots mailed on schedule in Lee

October 7, 2016 The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office mailed out 154,528 civilian-domestic vote-by-mail ballots on schedule Friday despite the bad weathe. more »»

Coast Guard reopens ports along Florida's west coast following Hurricane Matthew

October 7, 2016 TAMPA — The Coast Guard opened all commercial ports along Florida's west coast Friday following Hurricane Matthew. Capt. Holly L. more »»

Woman fatally injured in three-vehicle crash

October 7, 2016 A multi-vehicle crash on Thursday night along Pine Island Road left one driver dead. At 7:45 p.. more »»

Voter registration deadline approaching

October 6, 2016 Residents who want to cast a ballot in November have until Tuesday to register to vote. Currently, there are about 415,119 active registered voters in Lee County. more »»

Lee County Solid Waste collections proceed as scheduled

October 6, 2016 Household trash, recycling and yard waste collections in Lee County will not be affected by Hurricane Matthew and are expected to proceed as scheduled Friday. more »»

Lee County Schools and district offices open Friday

October 6, 2016 All Lee County Public Schools and offices will be open Friday pending any major changes in Hurricane Matthew's path. In addition, all extracurricular activities on Friday will continue as planned. more »»

State budget cuts impact Lee offices

October 6, 2016 State budget cuts have impacted the operations of the Lee County Clerk of the Courts Office and the Supervisor of Elections Office. more »»

Bee swarm removed on Southeast 53rd Terrace

October 6, 2016 The Cape Coral Police Department is reporting that the bee swarm in the 1400 block of Southwest 53rd Terrace has been been removed. more »»

Popular event features motorcycles, vendors, food and entertainment

October 6, 2016 Celebrating its 10th season, the city will kick off its first Cape Bike Night on Saturday. Cape Bike Night will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. along Southeast 47th Terrace in the South Cape. more »»

Record sale price: Luxury market improving

October 6, 2016 Ted Stout of Realmark Realty recently sold a home on Tarpon Estates Boulevard in Tarpon Point for $2.8 million, which is the highest sale price in Cape Coral in the last three years. more »»

Pirate Fest comes to Fort Myers Beach

October 6, 2016 Attention, all ye land-lubbers: Ye best shiver yer timbers and set sail farrrr ye Tortugas if ye not be lookin’ farrr some hearty fun this weekend wit me mateys, as the Fort Myers Beach Pirate... more »»

Lee County opens shelters to host evacuees from Florida’s east coast

October 6, 2016 The Lee County Emergency Operations Center will initiate a 24-hour partial activation with select EOC partners at 10 a.m. more »»

City, LCEC franchise negotiations continue

October 6, 2016 With its 30-year franchise agreement with LCEC now expired, the city of Cape Coral will request an extention of its filing with the Public Service Commission against the electric co-operative so... more »»

Council eyes utility impact fee adjustments

October 6, 2016 City Council members were presented with the results of a water, wastewater and irrigation impact fee study by utility consultant firm Public Resources Management Group at Wednesday's workshop... more »»

Fine-dining with rustic elegance: La Corte Courtyard Garden Bistro opens in South Cape

October 6, 2016 By MELISSA SCHNEIDER mschneider@breezenewspapers. more »»

 
 

 

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