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Builders Care come to aid of Cape man in need

March 10, 2017 Robert Ryan is a quadriplegic who has remained self-sufficient, using only the help of his mother for help and assistance. He is able to do many things on his own. more »»

‘Save Our Recreation’ group sets fundraiser

March 10, 2017 A weekend event will help raise funds in the fight to prevent the former Cape Coral Golf Club from being developed, preserving it instead as a park and recreation area. more »»

Water & Wheels Festival set for March 17-19 at Cape Harbour

March 10, 2017 Cape Harbour is set to host its 11th Water & Wheels Festival next weekend, a three-day weekend of fun that features hundreds of classic cars, boats in and out of the water, vendors for boating... more »»

Congressman Rooney weighs in on water quality issues

March 10, 2017 The message of a captain and a politician was delivered in tandem: Florida’s top priority is improving water quality. more »»

Pine Island residents to take next step in incorporation

March 8, 2017 Incorporation of Pine Island is economically feasible, however, the budget on which it could operate as a city would be rather “skinny. more »»

Sawicki to host 'Mayor’s Night Out' Wednesday

March 8, 2017 Mayor Marni Sawicki will host her monthly “Mayor’s Night Out” Wednesday, March 15, at Chester Street Resource Center. The mayor will be available to discuss city issues with citizens from 5–7 p.m. more »»

Save Our Recreation sets fund raiser at Fathoms

March 8, 2017 Save Our Recreation, a not for profit organized “to preserve and protect” the 175 acre former golf course site, will hold a fundraiser from 1-4 p.. more »»

Cape seeks appraisal to determine feasibility of land swap for old golf course site

March 7, 2017 Cape Coral residents protesting a proposed land use change for the old golf course may have a glimmer of hope in their quest to see the acreage keep its “parks and recreation” designation. more »»

Council hires new city auditor

March 7, 2017 Though some on City Council remain uncomfortable with the salary figure, members voted 4-3 Monday night to approve the hiring of Andrea Butola as the new city auditor. more »»

Decision on expansion of U-Haul rentals at DeBono’s postponed

March 7, 2017 After hearing emotional pleas from DeBono’s Stop & Go owner Charles DeBono and several others, City Council voted not to approve or overturn a Planning & Zoning Appeals recommendation denying the... more »»

Celebrate Spring — an evening with Maurice LoMonaco

March 7, 2017 A local Relay for Life team is raising funds for the American Cancer Society with a concert. more »»

Wellness Wednesday Open House set for March 15

March 7, 2017 An open house planned for next week will offer free health and fitness screenings to the public. more »»

Motorcyclist dies from injuries suffered in Feb. 10 crash

March 7, 2017 A motorcyclist hospitalized last month following a serious crash has died from his injuries. Cape Coral police reported that Christopher Michael Vincent Zigarelli, 40, of 530 Omni Lane, Apt. more »»

Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association to meet March 16

March 7, 2017 The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association Inc. will meet on Thursday, March 16. more »»

Trump supporters hold downtown rally

March 6, 2017 Lee County is Trump Country, and nearly 200 of his supporters came out Saturday morning to show that support at a rally that started at Big John Shopping Center and ended up along Cape Coral Parkwa. more »»

‘Strong advisory’: Residents urged to reduce water use

March 3, 2017 In advance of Monday’s City Council meeting, Cape Coral has issued a notice of emergency advisory regarding the use of irrigation water in the city. more »»

Still time to get tickets to 'Evening with Maurice LoMonaco' concert

March 3, 2017 The Relay for Life team, Team Friends, is hosting its annual “Evening with Maurice LoMonaco” concert. The event will be on Thursday, March 9, with a wine & cheese reception and silent auction at 6 p. more »»

Underground utilities: What’s next

March 3, 2017 The city of Cape Coral has learned a few things in its first attempt to give property owners the option of having power lines buried underground instead of being installed overhead. more »»

Irish fest steps off this weekend

March 3, 2017 The 13th Annual Cape Coral Irish Festival will feature some of the best Celtic music around. Hosted by the Cape Coral Irish American Club, the event will take place on Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. more »»

Night Parade makes a comeback to celebrate city’s founding

March 3, 2017 A weekend event planned in the South Cape will mark the 60th anniversary of the purchase and development of what would one day become the city Cape Coral. more »»

 
 

 

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