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The annual Cape Coral Firefighters' 'boot' drive begins today, continues through the weekend

March 11, 2016 Cape Coral firefighters hit the streets this morning to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. more »»

Reggae Fest: South Cape to host 12-hour music jam

March 11, 2016 Locals and visitors have a chance to sway to the island beats this weekend in Cape Coral. The second annual South Cape Spring Break Reggae Festival will kick off at 2 p.m. more »»

‘March in the Park’ set for Saturday

March 11, 2016 The 8th Annual March in the Park will feature dozens of vendors with plants and artwork. Hosted by the Garden Club of Cape Coral, the event will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Cape UPS drivers earn safe driving awards

March 11, 2016 When you drive as much as much as Frank Bradley and Rockne Lamp do, being able to go 25 years without a preventable accident is quite an accomplishment. more »»

Sun Splash Family Waterpark opens for the season this Saturday

March 11, 2016 Sun Splash Family Waterpark opens for the 2016 season this Saturday at 10 a.m. more »»

‘Quiet’ philanthropist will be missed by many

March 11, 2016 Sanibel, Captiva and Greater Lee County have lost a valued member of the community last wee. more »»

Local group presents annual train show this weekend

March 11, 2016 Scale Rails of Southwest Florida will once again bring model train enthusiasts from throughout the region to the Araba Shrine Temple in Fort Myers as it presents its annual train show this weekend,... more »»

Council to consider additional land use ordinances

March 11, 2016 City Council will discuss three land use and zoning change ordinance amendments at its regular meeting on Monday in Council Chamber. more »»

Construction will not affect 58th annual Shrimp Festival Parade route

March 9, 2016 Lee County, the Town of Fort Myers Beach and their construction teams have successfully worked with Fort Myers Beach Lions Shrimp Festival Parade organizers to keep the 58th annual parade in its... more »»

Early voting opens Saturday

March 4, 2016 Early voting for the state's Presidential Preference Primary will kick off this weekend. Because Florida is a closed primary state, the election on March 15 will be a closed primary. more »»

Business boom: Renaissance under way in South Cape

March 4, 2016 To see how much the South Cape has grown in the past year, one has to look no further than the list of new businesses compiled by the Community Redevelopment Agency, the Cape Coral Chamber of... more »»

Cape Shopping Centers attracting major tenents

March 4, 2016 Cape Coral's economic development continues to flourish, particularly in the commercial construction projects currently under way across the city. more »»

Cape Irish Festival this weekend at Sun Splash

March 4, 2016 The 12th Annual Irish Festival in Cape Coral will feature some of the best celtic music around. Hosted by the Cape Coral Irish American Club, the event will take place Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p. more »»

Peace, Love and Paws: ‘Woofstock’ to benefit planned no-kill shelter

March 4, 2016 Tickets are on sale for a 1970s tribute concert to benefit Cape Coral's first no-kill shelter. more »»

‘March in the Park set for March 12

March 4, 2016 “March in the Park,” the annual fundraiser of the Garden Club of Cape Coral, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 12, at Jaycee Park in the Cape. Admission and Parking are free. more »»

Cape church practices what it preaches

March 4, 2016 Members of the Cape Coral First United Methodist Church will prove on Saturday that they believe in “loving your neighbor as yourself. more »»

Three public hearings top Cape Coral City Council agenda

March 4, 2016 Three ordinance public hearings await the attention of City Council members at Monday’s regular weekly meeting. Council also is being asked to continue a contract with Bonness, Inc. more »»

Army Corps to reduce Lake O discharges beginning today

March 4, 2016 The Army Corps of Engineers announced Thursday that, starting today, it will begin reducing the amount of water being released from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers. more »»

Voters with a disability will have access to new machines this year

March 4, 2016 Voters with a disability will benefit from new technology that's making its debut this election season. ExpressVote is now available at all Lee County polling places. more »»

Police hirings comes into bar hour discussion

March 3, 2016 While the extended bar hours in the Cape has been a success thanks to the cooperation of area businesses and increased enforcement, it is not sustainable in its present form, Cape Coral Police... more »»



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