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CCCIA's Builders' Showcase of Homes starts today

January 17, 2019 When looking to buy a home in Cape Coral, finding the right design and layout of your home is paramount to a buyer’s future happiness. more »»

Inventors and Science Fairs this weekend

January 17, 2019 This weekend marks an annual fair that will bring 700 students together, competing for scholarships and awards in the largest pre-collegiate STEM competition in Southwest Florid. more »»

Annual martini competition gets ready to pour it on

January 17, 2019 Cape Coral martini lovers can get ready to shake up some fun next weekend, as the South Cape Hospitality & Entertainment Associations gear up for a night of drinks, appetizers and good times. more »»

St. Andrew School Carnival continues

January 17, 2019 A festival that began in 1992 in Cape Coral added a few new items this year to keep the families coming back for more. The 2019 festival opened Thursday and continues through Sunday at St. more »»

Women’s March comes to Fort Myers on Sunday

January 17, 2019 On Sunday—one day after the National Women’s March on Washington D.C.—a group of activists will bring the annual movement to Lee County for the first time. The 11 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»

Charter changes proffered

January 16, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council got its first formal look at the Charter Review Commission's recommended changes to the city charter Monda. more »»

$1.3 million road resurfacing plan approved

January 16, 2019 Cape Coral City Council has approved a $1,336,105 contract for FY 2019 Road Resurfacing. more »»

Sunday's bike component of Tour de Cape postponed due to weather

January 16, 2019 With the forecast calling for rain and strong wind this Sunday, the Bike Tour portion of the 2019 Tour De Cape event has been moved to Saturday, Jan. 26. more »»

Annual St. Andrew Catholic School Festival kicks off Thursday

January 16, 2019 A festival that began in 1992 in Cape Coral added a few new items this year to keep the families coming back for more. The 2019 festival will be held from Thursday, Jan. 17, through Sunday, Jan. more »»

Cape Coral Art and Music Festival sees big turnout

January 16, 2019 City streets were packed by tens of thousands of guests over the weekend, soaking in the sights, sounds and tastes of the 34th annual Cape Coral Arts and Music Festival. more »»

Fox sworn in as State Attorney for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit

January 16, 2019 Amira Fox walked into Courtroom 1-A in the Lee County Justice Center to a standing ovation Friday afternoo. more »»

Gulf Coast Harmonizers ready to present singing Valentines

January 16, 2019 The Gulf Coast Har-monizers are ready to score big for local charities Feb. 12-14, with their “Valen-tines Special. more »»

Cape Council moves city elections back to even years

January 15, 2019 Cape Coral voters will again elect city council members on the same ballots that also contain federal, state and county races. more »»

'Fake Threat…Real Consequences:' Lee schools, police, to treat all treats severely

January 15, 2019 By CJ HADDAD Lee County schools and law enforcement have a message for students and parents: Threats are not funny and will not be treated as a prank. more »»

Florida Southwestern State College opens its fifth Southwest Florida location

January 15, 2019 On Monday morning, Florida Southwestern State College opened its fifth location in Southwest Florida. more »»

Music Community to remember one of its own

January 15, 2019 A Celebration of Life will be held for a local musician who touched every life he crossed, human and animal alike, this Saturday at Dixie Roadhouse. more »»

GoFundMe account set up for family of child who died after being hit by car

January 14, 2019 Update: A GoFundMe campaign has been set up for the family of a child who died after she was struck by a car while walking along Durrance Road Monday morning. more »»

DeSantis, Rooney take action on water quality

January 11, 2019 Florida's officials are already setting their sights on algae. Newly sworn-in Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order Thursday in Bonita Springs to address the state's environmental crisis. more »»

DeSantis signs order to fight algae, red tide

January 11, 2019 TALLAHASSEE (AP) — Republican Gov. more »»

Cape readies for visit from ‘sister city’ delegates

January 10, 2019 As with an new relationship, Nita Whaley says forming a bond with Cape Coral’s sister city in Baise, China, will take some work. more »»



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