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Volunteers sought to teach kids about the Constitution

January 9, 2020 A nonprofit organization that has a mission to “unite, educate, and take action to preserve the Constitution and the principals of our Founding Fathers” is looking for both high school, and adult... more »»

S.E. 47th Terr. slowdown proposed

January 9, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council has had an issue dealing with speed limits in recent years with some residents, particularly those who live on cul-de-sacs and minor roads believing the 30 mph speed limi... more »»

Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival is this weekend

January 9, 2020 One of Cape Coral's most popular events will fill Cape Coral Parkway this weekend as the Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival returns to South Cape Coral for its 35th year. more »»

Cape scout featured on tagalong cookie box

January 9, 2020 A Cape Coral Girl Scout was named one of six national winners in the Girl Scouts of the USA's 2018 Girl Scout Cookie Pro Contest, resulting in her photograph gracing her favorite flavored Girl Scout... more »»

Artists to transform new business on parkway with mural

January 9, 2020 A business that opened last summer on Cape Coral Parkway is undergoing a facelift with the help of two local artists, who created Artsemble Underground. more »»

14 schools honored with the Five Star School Award

January 8, 2020 Fourteen Lee County schools have received the Florida Department of Education's Five Star School Award for the 2018-2019 school year. more »»

Type O blood donors sought as Lee faces 'severe' shortage

January 8, 2020 Lee Health is experiencing a severe shortage of both Type O-Negative and Type O-Positive blood, with supplies running 25 percent below minimum, and health care system is asking the public to donate. more »»

EMS vehicle and crew now housed at CCFD Station 11

January 7, 2020 The city of Cape Coral and Lee County have teamed up to add an EMS vehicle at Cape Coral Fire Department Station 11 in the North Cape, a move that officials said looks ahead to the future of the cit... more »»

Cape may revisit its noise ordinance

January 7, 2020 Cape Coral is considering another look at its new noise ordinance. more »»

Nature of photography

January 7, 2020 The deadline for high school students to enter the seventh annual “Ding” Darling-Theodore Cross High School Photography Contest is fast approaching. more »»

Littleton Road-Kismet Parkway groundbreaking set

January 7, 2020 The public is invited to attend an official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Littleton Road-Kismet Parkway realignment at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. more »»

Home Show returns to Lee Civic Center this weekend

January 7, 2020 An event that has only gotten bigger and bigger over the last three years returns to the Lee Civic Center this weekend. more »»

Attempt to terminate city manager fails

January 7, 2020 A bid to fire the city of Cape Coral's top administrator without cause failed Monday when the motion failed to garner enough support. more »»

Residents question Tropicana Park changes

January 7, 2020 Northwest Cape residents cried foul Monday over a proposal to lease land at Tropicana Park to a pair of water-oriented clubs. more »»

Lee Property appraiser to retire after current term

January 6, 2020 Lee County Property Appraiser Ken Wilkinson, "the father of Homestead Exemption, has announced he will not seek another term. more »»

20/20 review of Cape site expected next Thursday

January 2, 2020 A proposal to have land north of Four Mile Cove be considered for Conservation 20/20 purchase is expected to take place next Thursday. more »»

Tropicana Park lease proposals stir the waters

January 2, 2020 Carolyn Jones and some of the other residents in northwest Cape Coral want the city to know that they aren’t in favor of leasing a portion of Tropicana Park to two clubs. more »»

With current administrator’s retirement pending, hiring new city manager goal No. 1 for 2020

January 2, 2020 The year 2020 is shaping up to be a very eventful year in Cape Coral politics, with a myriad of issues that will have to be dealt with in a key election year. more »»

Cape musicians bring ‘Dead Ritual’ alive

January 2, 2020 In a city with a budding youth movement and growing music scene, a local band is making a name for itself around the state and Southwest Florida. more »»

Intermezzo Choir to help those diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s

January 2, 2020 A new choir is being introduced to Southwest Florida this month for those who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and dementia, as well as for their partners. more »»



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