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Lee County budget includes funds for safety projects

September 26, 2018 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners approved its final budget last week, which includes $10 million in safety projects. more »»

CCPD seeks help locating missing teen

September 25, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is asking the public for any information regarding a missing teen whose family fears she is in danger. more »»

Report: April Freeman, candidate for Congress, dies

September 24, 2018 April Freeman, the Democratic candidate in the District 17 Congressional race, has died, according to posts on the Charlotte County Democrats' website. more »»

Ecological Labs holds presentation on canal test project

September 21, 2018 Ecological Laboratories Inc. (ELI) held an in-depth presentation on their Cabot Canal test project for the public at the VFW Post 8463 Thursday night. more »»

Governor appoints Marceno Lee County Sheriff

September 21, 2018 Gov. Rick Scott has appointed Carmine Marceno Jr. as sheriff in the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Sheriff Mike Scott on Sept. 24. more »»

Motorists won’t have to pay Sanibel Causeway toll 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

September 20, 2018 Motorists who cross the Sanibel Causeway between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23, will not have to pay a toll. more »»

LCEC greenlights Cape franchise agreement

September 20, 2018 A new franchise agreement between the city of Cape Coral and its utility services provider got the first of two required approvals Thursday. more »»

Water district nixes mayors’ new Lake O discharges bid

September 20, 2018 Lee County estuaries still may not get enough fresh water when it is needed and, perhaps worse, will continue to get way too much when it rains. more »»

Cape launches GO bond info meetings

September 20, 2018 The city of Cape Coral has begun a series of informal meetings to provide information on a proposed $60 million parks plan to be funded with general obligation bond. more »»

Coral Ridge breaks ground on event center

September 20, 2018 By springtime, Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery at 1630 Pine Island Road won’t just be a place for people to gather during solemn times. It will be for happy occasions, too. more »»

SWFL Peace Day set for Sunday

September 20, 2018 The 11th annual SWFL Peace Day is set for Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

Sun Splash wraps up season with special pricing

September 20, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark is wrapping up its 2018 season over the next two weekends, offering discounted rates for residents who would like to enjoy the attractions before they close until March... more »»

Officials tout federal funding for Everglades restoration projects

September 20, 2018 While a request from six area mayors to change the discharge schedule from Lake Okeechobee has been rejected, water quality legislation has advanced through the U.S. more »»

Cape Council passes tax rate, budget for FY 2019

September 20, 2018 Discussion for lowering the millage rate was quashed rather quickly Thursday when the Cape Coral City Council got straight talk regarding the consequences of such a move. more »»

Cape, Fort Myers reach irrigation water pact

September 19, 2018 Fort Myers Mayor Randy Henderson called it a milestone. Cape Coral Mayor Joe Coviello said it was a win/win for both cities that will only improve relations. more »»

AAA invites 8th graders to enter travel contest

September 19, 2018 Florida eighth graders still have time to enter AAA’s “Discovery Crew” travel contest. The final day for submissions is Friday, Sept. 2. more »»

Still in limbo

September 19, 2018 Last Wednesday, Lee County Mosquito Control District commissioners decided to postpone their vote on whether to purchase Woodstock airstrip on Pine Island. more »»

City Council tackles zoning, land use issues

September 19, 2018 The Cape Coral City Council on Monday had several land use ordinances to consider during its regular meeting at City Hall, including one that looks to adding much needed commercial and affordable... more »»

Island Coast High Life Skills students start a garden

September 19, 2018 Thanks to a grant presented by the Elks Lodge last week, almost a dozen Life Skills students at Island Coast High School will have the opportunity to grow vegetables and herbs this year. more »»

Boat captains discuss water quality issues at CCCIA meeting

September 19, 2018 The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association held one if the biggest dinner meetings in its history Thursday, with the main topic being what’s been on everyone’s minds: water quality and what ca... more »»

 
 

 

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