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COVID-19 cases hit 66,000

June 9, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 66,000 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 1,096 since FDOH’s last update Monday mornin. more »»

Council to consider pay raise referendum

June 9, 2020 Cape Coral Mayor Joe Coviello believes that to get better people to run for local office, council seats must be recognized as a full-time job, with pay commensurate to the commitment. more »»

City manager's retirement date bumped up to August

June 9, 2020 As the city of Cape Coral works to finalize a contract with its candidate of choice for city manager, the City Council on Monday established when the current manager will leave the position he has... more »»

School district issues statement in death of George Floyd

June 8, 2020 The School District of Lee County Governance team -- superintendent and board members -- has issued a statement in the wake of the death of George Floyd: (Letter attached)... more »»

COVID-19 update

June 8, 2020 By the Numbers As of 11 a.m. Monday, there are 64,904 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 966 since FDOH's last update Sunday mornin. more »»

JCPenney store in Coralwood Shopping Center to close

June 5, 2020 Two local JCPenney stores are closing their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. more »»

State reports third straight day of 1,000 new coronavirus cases

June 5, 2020 By the Numbers As of 11 a.m. Friday, there are 61,488 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 1,305 since FDOH's last update Thursday mornin. more »»

School district moves ahead with hirings for new year

June 4, 2020 The school district is currently on track of hiring teachers as they have been in previous years. Chief Human Resource Officer Dr. more »»

Facing an uncertain future, Cultural Park Theater is going virtual to raise funds

June 4, 2020 Despite not being able to perform for an in-person audience, members of Cape Coral’s preeminent community theater are taking their talents to a virtual platform in hopes to fundraiser amidst the... more »»

Bar owners ready to open their doors

June 4, 2020 With Gov. Ron DeSantis’ announcement of Phase 2 of his “Safe. Smart. more »»

CCPD announces contractor fraud arrests

June 4, 2020 The Cape Coral Police Department on Tuesday announced the arrests of Louis . more »»

School superintendent appoints reopening task force

June 4, 2020 Looking ahead to the new school year, School District of Lee County Superintendent Greg Adkins has appointed a PreK-12 Education Pandemic Response Task Force. more »»

Sheriff Carmine Marceno issues 'message to the community'

June 4, 2020 Sheriff Carmine Marceno on Thursday released a message into the community. more »»

Cape residents to pay more, get more, in trash collection

June 4, 2020 Trash collection is something many people take for granted. You put the trash out on Tuesday evening and by the time you get home from work on Wednesday, the trash receptacle is empty. more »»

Cape Coral to consider building permit fee reduction

June 4, 2020 High building fund reserves has the city of Cape Coral considering a reduction in its building permit fees. more »»

Administrative investigation sustains management fault in handling of city payroll tax problem

June 3, 2020 An administrative investigation into the city of Cape Coral's Finance Department ordered in the wake of a payroll payment snafu that led to more than $420,000 in IRS fines and penalties has sustaine... more »»

UPDATED: COVID-19 in-patient case average up in Lee County

June 3, 2020 Health officials on Wednesday told of a “new normal” in Lee County when it comes to COVID-19 cases. President and CEO of Lee Health D. more »»

DeSantis opening bars, movie theaters

June 3, 2020 Starting Friday, the reopening of bars and movie theaters will be allowed in Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday. more »»

Back to School Immunizations: DOH-Lee plans weekend immunization clinics

June 3, 2020 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County (DOH-Lee) is reminding parents of kindergartners, seventh graders, out-of-state, transfer, and college students to make sure their children’s... more »»

Speaking out: Peaceful protests crop up in Southwest Florida in wake of killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer

June 2, 2020 As cries ring out across communities nationwide for equality in the form of protests, local civil rights organizations, community members and law enforcement leaders are speaking out regarding the... more »»

 
 

 

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