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Proposed Cape animal shelter granted lease approval for city site

February 7, 2017 Cape Coral City Council unanimously approved a 99-year lease agreement Monday night with Cape Coral Animal Shelter Corp. more »»

Cape Council extends public input time

February 7, 2017 Cape Coral City Council on Monday extended the amount of time allotted for public comment at its meetings from 45 minutes to an hour. more »»

CCPD investigating shooting

February 6, 2017 Two people suffered minor injuries in a shooting incident in Cape Coral Sunday night. Police officers responding to shooting call at 11:30 p.m. more »»

Nominations for ‘Women of Distinction’ sought

February 3, 2017 A new award aims to recognize women throughout Lee County for giving back to the community in their field of expertise through their time, talent and efforts. more »»

Updated: Pembroke Pines operates charter system without subsidy of city tax dollars

February 3, 2017 The City of Cape Coral’s Municipal School Authority was not founded without a blueprint. more »»

Autism walk to support locals affected by disorder

February 3, 2017 People still have time to register for a walk this weekend to benefit locals affected by autism. Hosted by My Autism Connection, the inaugural Autism Community Walk will be held on Saturday from 11 a. more »»

Charter schools report draws criticism

February 3, 2017 Florida Gov. more »»

Mazurkiewicz earns lifetime achievement award

February 3, 2017 The 10 years that Joe Mazurkiewicz served as the mayor of Cape Coral has only been the tip of the iceberg in regards to what he has done to make the city a place to live, work and play. more »»

Ride raises awareness, cancer funds

February 3, 2017 A local businessman and former state representative will pedal from Tampa to Tallahassee to raise funds for and awareness of the fight against cancer. more »»

Drug House Odyssey returns to civic center

February 3, 2017 It is one of the most important lessons a fifth-grader can learn, and every year the Lee Civic Center has hosted it with dozens of schools and organizations taking par. more »»

Former Cape resident victim in double homicide in New Hampshire

February 3, 2017 A former Cape Coral resident died early Sunday morning in New Hampshire in what investigators say was a double homicide. more »»

PTSD Summit urges new legislation for military veterans

February 3, 2017 The American Military Veterans Foundation held a PTSD Summit in Cape Coral Thuesday to educate state, county and city leaders of the growing epidemic of PTSD and suicide in the veteran community. more »»

Cape Council to consider more time for public input

February 3, 2017 Cape Coral City Councilmember Marilyn Stout has proposed additional time for citizens to speak before City Council during public comment periods as a result of reducing in the number of council... more »»

Crossing situation at Oasis improving

February 3, 2017 Things have gotten a lot better for children and families crossing the street in front of Oasis elementary and middle schools. more »»

Everglades update provided

February 3, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, the Everglades Foundation and City of Sanibel provided information about the myths vs. more »»

Quilters sought to make Quilts of Valor for veterans Saturday in North Fort Myers

February 2, 2017 Quilt Lovers’ Hangout is hosting an “open sew” for Quilts of Valor National Sew Day Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Former Cape resident victim in double homicide in New Hampshire

February 1, 2017 A former Cape Coral resident died early Sunday morning in New Hampshire in what investigators say was a double homicide. more »»

Volunteers sought for Lee BIA Builders Care signature fundraiser

January 31, 2017 Rotary Club of Fort Myers Sunset is assisting Lee BIA Builders Care with their eighth annual BBQ, Bands & Brews to be held at the Alliance for the Arts in downtown Fort Myers on Sunday, April 9, fro... more »»

Staff report: City-operated charter school system on path to run out of funds

January 31, 2017 A review of the Cape Coral Charter School System conducted by city staff was shows the city-operated schools could run out of money by 2021, City Council was told Monday. more »»

Become certified in TNR; get free spays or neuters for feral cats

January 31, 2017 Fortunate Ferals, in conjunction with Gulf Coast Humane Society, will hold its second Trap-Neuter-Release Workshop Saturday, Feb. 4. more »»



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