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LCEC update: power stored to 82 percent of customers

September 17, 2017 LCEC crews and out-of-state workers continued with restoration of critical infrastructure and much of the more difficult areas to restore in all parts of the five-county LCEC service territory... more »»

Power resorted to all but 19 percent homes

September 17, 2017 As of Sunday morning 174,450 LCEC customers have had power restored. "Many more will be restored by September 19," the co-op said in a release. more »»

Election 2017 Question of the week: Should electric lines be underground instead of overhead?

September 15, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Cape escapes major damage, recovery begins

September 15, 2017 Life in Cape Coral will be significantly different in the coming months as the city and its residents recover from the effects of Hurricane Irma. more »»

Trump dispenses hoagies, handshakes in hurricane zone

September 15, 2017 NAPLES (AP) — President Donald Trump doled out hoagies and handshakes in the sweltering Florida heat on Thursday as he took a firsthand tour of Irma's devastation and liberally dispensed... more »»

Election 2017 Question of the week: Housing options

September 15, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Cape businesses bounce back after Irma

September 15, 2017 The majority of Cape Coral businesses survived Hurricane Irma with little to no damage. Others were not so lucky — and, unfortunately, some less than that. more »»

Residents relieved: ‘...thankful it wasn’t any worse’

September 15, 2017 While areas of Southwest Florida continue to face power outages and flooding, Cape Coral residents were picking themselves up Thursday after escaping Hurricane Irma mostly unscathed. more »»

LCEC: Power restored to 72 percent of customers

September 15, 2017 Update: As of 6 a.m. Friday, LCEC has restored power to nearly 75 percent of its 214,848 customers across Southwest Florida. more »»

For insurers, storms bring challenges

September 15, 2017 For area insurers, the time before and after a storm can be very hectic as policy holders call with what-do-I-do questions because, for many people, it’s the first time they’ve had to file a claim. more »»

Hurricane Irma clean up continues

September 15, 2017 Lee County Solid Waste will work to clear hurricane debris starting with the hardest-hit areas. more »»

Cape Council calls special meeting Monday; expected to appoint temporary District 5 member

September 15, 2017 With power restored to government offices at City Hall, City Council will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Monday with a reduced agenda. more »»

LeeTran begin modified schedule

September 15, 2017 Starting Friday, LeeTran will run a modified weekday schedule due to road conditions and flooding. Buses will run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Passport will also be taking reservations. more »»

Debris removal begins Monday in Cape Coral

September 15, 2017 Hurricane debris removal in Cape Coral will begin on Monday, Storm debris will be picked up separately from household trash and recycling. more »»

Coral Oaks Golf Course to reopen this weekend

September 15, 2017 Coral Oaks Golf Course will reopen to the public this weekend after being closed for several days to prepare for and then clean up from Hurricane Irma. On Saturday, Sept. more »»

Remaining curfews modified

September 15, 2017 The curfew in Lee County that was implemented post-Irma has been revised. The amended hours are midnight to 6 a.m. daily. more »»

Libraries closed through Saturday

September 15, 2017 The Lee County Library System’s branches will remain closed Saturday, Sept. 16, due to Hurricane Irma. Lee County staff members are assessing and will announce re-openings next week. more »»

Lee County Domestic Animal Services pet pantry set for Saturday

September 15, 2017 Lee County Domestic Animal Services will open its doors from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, as a pet pantry location, thanks to a generous donation provided by the ASPC. more »»

Update for Lee County residents seeking FEMA assistance due to Hurricane Irma impacts

September 15, 2017 Lee County residents seeking assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, have several options: · Online at www.DisasterAssistance. more »»

FGCU to re-open Wednesday

September 15, 2017 Florida Gulf Coast University will reopen for in-person and online classes starting on Wednesday, Sept. 20. (There will be no classes on Monday, September 18 or Tuesday, September 19. more »»



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