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Cape gears up for $60 million parks referendum

June 21, 2018 The playground at Paul Sanborn Park attracted a range of families late Wednesday afternoon. A pair of toddlers, under the watchful eye of a couple of dads, scrambled up the “big kids” jungle gym. more »»

Cape Rotarian looks to raise funds via canoe paddle

June 21, 2018 A childhood dream will be realized for one Cape resident over the next three months with a philanthropic twist. Erik Elsea, a Realtor with Jones & Co. more »»

‘Mini Reefs’ come to the Cape

June 21, 2018 A remedy for Southwest Florida waters may have arrived via an artificial reef system developed by Ocean Habitats Inc. more »»

Shell Factory to celebrate shells, 80th birthday

June 21, 2018 To call an event “80 years in the making” is a bit of a stretch, as very few businesses can make that claim. But when it does happen, there certainly is reason to celebrat. more »»

Councilmember Stokes to hold his first Town Hall meeting

June 21, 2018 Councilmember David Stokes will hold his first Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, June 26, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. more »»

Lee County enters Guinness Book of World Records

June 21, 2018 One thousand ninety-three is now the world record to beat. more »»

Update on roundabout provided

June 21, 2018 With a roundabout set to be built at the intersection of Southeast 47th Terrace and Vincennes Boulevard, residents and South Cape business owners had one last chance to see what it will look like... more »»

AMMILVETS to hold grand opening for expansion

June 21, 2018 The American Military Veterans Foundation, or AMMILVETS, is opening a new facility to better serve veterans in need in Southwest Florida. more »»

School district touts positives on state standards assessments

June 21, 2018 Although the Lee County School District reports improvements in many areas of the 2018 Spring Florida Standards Assessment and End of Course exams, percentages of students scoring at a Level 3 or... more »»

'not if...but when': Sheriff’s Office offers active shooter preparedness advice

June 19, 2018 What may be the most pressing topic in the country right now was discussed Saturday as the Lee County Sheriff’s Office presented “A Response to Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Events. more »»

Voters to decide $60 million GO bond for parks

June 19, 2018 Cape Coral voters will decide whether they are willing to pay more in property taxes for parks. more »»

Council taps mayor to spearhead new LCEC franchise talks

June 19, 2018 The Cape Coral City Council decided Monday it would prefer to make another attempt to reach a franchise agreement rather than file a lawsuit or face another three-plus years without a pact with its... more »»

Cape Coral approves mooring field ordinance

June 19, 2018 Cape Coral now has the ability to regular moorings in the Bimini Basin. more »»

Extended detour at Southeast 47th Terrace and Vincennes Boulevard

June 18, 2018 Beginning Monday, June 25, the city of Cape Coral’s construction manager, Chris-Tel Construction, will implement a new traffic detour pattern to perform underground utility work at the intersection... more »»

New franchise agreement on the table

June 14, 2018 Update: A discussion of the LCEC franchise agreement was added to the Cape Coral City Council agenda on Friday: ADDENDUM: Unfinished Business - LCEC Franchise Agreement discussion (Brought forward... more »»

Cat Daddy Challenge: Fishing tourney to raise money for families dealing with pediatric cancer

June 14, 2018 Southwest Florida anglers looking to get out on the water this weekend for a boat-load of fun and prizes — while supporting a great charity — need not look any further than the 2018 Coastal... more »»

Council to consider $60 million parks referendum

June 14, 2018 Cape Coral City Council will decide Monday whether to place a proposed $60 million bond referendum for city parks on the November ballot. more »»

‘Active shooter’ seminar set for Saturday

June 14, 2018 The Lee County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with the Lee County Department of Pubic Safety and Lee County Trauma District will conduct an active shooter seminar this Saturday. more »»

Dads to get in free at Sun Splash

June 14, 2018 By CJ HADDAD cjhaddad@breezenewspapers.com Dads looking for a day of fun rides and cool waters with their families will find just that at Southwest Florida's largest water park. more »»

Ideas to be aired at Bayshore pathway meeting

June 14, 2018 There is a possibility that in the not-so-distant future, the look and feel of Bayshore Road will be a whole lot different, with a shared-use path or sidewalks for bikers and pedestrians for all... more »»

 
 

 

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