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Gov. signs HB 7069; School bill draws mixed reaction

June 15, 2017 Charter schools in Cape Coral and countywide will now receive a portion of the local property tax revenue collected by the Lee County School District thanks to the governor's signing of a bill. more »»

Sun Splash offers free admission for fathers this weekend

June 15, 2017 Cape Coral's water park is celebrating Father's Day weekend by offering free admission. more »»

Save Our Summer food drive under way

June 15, 2017 With the arrival of summer begins a local annual effort to help those in need in Cape Coral. more »»

Celebration of Life for Cape Coral man set for June 25

June 15, 2017 Shortly after leaving the Dale Owen’s musical benefit at Valerie’s Lounge last Sunday, Cape Coral resident Scott LaMothe was involved in a rollover crash after he lost control of his SUV, later... more »»

Crash with injuries reported

June 15, 2017 A Cape Coral driver was sent to the hospital on Wednesday after his vehicle was T-boned. Pablo A. Zuniga, 31, of 5239 S.W. more »»

Cape driver cited in crash

June 15, 2017 A Cape Coral man was found at-fault in an accident that critically injured another driver. more »»

Driver license and motor vehicle services to be unavailable during migration of database infrastructure June 16-18

June 14, 2017 Driver license and motor vehicle services to be unavailable during migration of database infrastructure June 16-18 The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is scheduled to migrate its... more »»

Charter School Governing Board sets tentative budget

June 13, 2017 The Cape Coral Charter School Governing Board on Tuesday approved its tentative operating budget for the 2017-18 school yea. more »»

July 4th forecast: 'Chili' at City Tavern during Downtown Fort Myers Freedom Fest

June 13, 2017 No matter what the weather will be like come Independence Day, it’s going to be a bit “chili” at City Tavern’s first-ever Chili Dog Eating Competition to be held at 6 p.m. more »»

Suspects sought in abduction turn themselves in

June 13, 2017 Three suspects sought in the abduction of a woman who said she was held captive for five days turned themselves in Monday night and were booked into the Lee County Jail. more »»

Council OKs placing District 5 seat on primary ballot

June 13, 2017 City Council voted Monday night to place the District 5 council seat on the primary election ballot when Rana Erbrick's expected resignation officially is filed. more »»

Tractor Supply to host pet and livestock adoptions on Saturday

June 13, 2017 Tractor Supply Company in North Fort Myers at 5881 Bayshore Road will host pet and livestock adoptions on Saturday, June 17. more »»

City Council discusses eminent domain process

June 13, 2017 A petition to City Council about best practices regarding its eminent domain process following a year-long fight between the city and the Bunch family would not have been presented if Councilmember... more »»

Internal affairs investigation sustains all allegations against former Cape police officer

June 13, 2017 An internal affairs investigation recently sustained all allegations against a former Cape Coral police officer, who was found guilty last month of DUI after she crashed into a residence while off... more »»

Happy 70th

June 13, 2017 In two weeks, on June 28, long-time St. James City residents Ray and Fran Lever will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary. Ray Clarence Lever was born in Milwaukee. more »»

Bicyclist remains hospitalized following Thursday accident

June 13, 2017 A Cape Coral bicyclist remained hospitalized Tuesday following a traffic crash last week. more »»

Man injured in June 4 crash released from hospital

June 13, 2017 A Cape Coral man has been released from the hospital following a recent roll-over crash. As of Tuesday, Sean Patrick Farley, 32, of 129 N.W. more »»

One dead in Cape shooting

June 9, 2017 One of two people shot at a south Cape Coral condo Thursday morning died of her injuries. more »»

City to discontinue accepting credit card payments over phone starting June 12

June 9, 2017 Beginning Monday, June 12, the city of Cape Coral Customer Billing Services will no longer accept credit card payments over the phone for utility payments. more »»

Cape rescinds Stage I Water Shortage Declaration effective immediately

June 9, 2017 City Manager John Szerlag has rescinded the Notice of Emergency – Stage I Water Shortage and reinstated the City’s regular two-day watering schedule. The rescission is effective immediately. more »»

 
 

 

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