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Items unsettled going into first budget hearing

September 8, 2015 By the end of Thursday evening, the Cape Coral City Council must decide on a tentative millage rate and budget for the next fiscal year. It also must decide on what to do with the $2. more »»

Last hurrah

September 8, 2015 Cape Coral’s water park is offering a discount to all as its season come to an end. Admission to Sun Splash Family Waterpark during its final two weekends — Saturday and Sunday, Sept. more »»

Shell Factory holds Labor Day BBQ

September 8, 2015 A little morning rain did nothing to stop the Shell Factory from holding its second-annual Old Fashioned Family BBQ on Labor Da. more »»

Red Fish Challenge Saturday

September 8, 2015 The Low Key Tiki will hold its 5th annual Red Fish Challenge this Saturday, Sept. 12, with cash prizes going to the first, second and third place winners. more »»

Habitat home dedicated in North Fort Myers

September 8, 2015 Carla Alvarez was ready to give up. The journey to home ownership had become too daunting. But she stuck it out, and the rewards were well worth it. more »»

Long-time Pine Islander recalls his days as a World War II B-24 bombardier

September 8, 2015 Pine Island resident Ed Snyder was born in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, in 1920, and was 21 years old when Pearl Harbor was attacked Dec. 7, 1941. more »»

Local resident celebrates her 100th birthday

September 8, 2015 By ED FRANKS Pine Island resident Anna Goot turns 100 Saturday, Sept. 12. Her birthday party was held Saturday, Aug. 29. more »»

Traffic enforcement update for Monday

September 5, 2015 The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit will target at least one of the following three locations for enforcement Monday, Sept. 7: — Hart Road, North Fort Myers — Estero Blvd. more »»

Early voting opens Tuesday

September 4, 2015 By TIFFANY REPECKI Voters looking to beat the Election Day lines can cast their ballot early starting on Tuesday. Early voting for the Sept. more »»

Kayak club seeking ‘other options’

September 4, 2015 Plans to build an Olympic level training facility near Lake Kennedy are apparently no longer on the table — at least not for the city of Cape Coral. more »»

Question of the week, week seven: Accomplishment goal

September 4, 2015 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Sidewalks compromise criticized

September 4, 2015 The City Council passed a compromise plan in the Sands Boulevard sidewalk controversy this week. But some residents are still far from pleased. more »»

Race for Rotary: Cape club takes to the speedways to raise awareness, money to end polio

September 4, 2015 Rotary Club of Cape Coral is taking its fundraising effort to the speedways around the state to raise awareness and money to support the organization's End Polio fund. more »»

Governor presents commendation to Storm Smart

September 4, 2015 Three years ago, Storm Smart employed 83 people. Today it employs 147, and in the near future, close to 300. Those numbers get the attention of people like Florida Gov. Rick Scott who, along with L. more »»

Local man battles for access to new ALS drug

September 4, 2015 Updated: In 2007, North Fort Myers resident, Rick Jobus, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS. more »»

‘Rally to Improve Birth’ set for Labor Day

September 4, 2015 A worldwide rally is planned for Labor Day to call attention to a perceived healthcare crisis surrounding maternity care in the United State. more »»

Cape Council discusses city wage benchmarks

September 4, 2015 With the city of Cape Coral offering compensation to non-bargaining employees that is last or next to last, according to a city-led study, the need to recruit and retain quality people has never bee... more »»

Schools forum addresses broad range of issues

September 4, 2015 Teachers and community members attended a forum Wednesday where they had the opportunity to share their concerns. more »»

Ruane suspends efforts in District 1 county commission race

September 2, 2015 Sanibel mayor Kevin Ruane has suspended his campaign in the Lee County Commission race for District . more »»

Manatee 'distress' reported; behavior likely related to mating

September 2, 2015 Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission received a report of a possible manatee in distress in the Norfolk Canal, between Cape Coral Parkway and Bikini Court at about 2 p.m. Wednesday. more »»



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