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Floridians can grow more fruit than just citrus

September 13, 2016 When people think of growing fruit in Southwest Florida, they automatically think of oranges and grapefruit. more »»

'Building for America’s Bravest' brings program home

September 12, 2016 Three weeks into his deployment to Afghanistan in 2010, a young soldier from Cape Coral named Corey Kent suffered critical injury after he stepped on a concealed improvised explosive device while on... more »»

OOA founder to receive high honor

September 9, 2016 Capt. John “GiddyUp” Bunch has done so much for troubled veterans to help make their lives a little better that it has earned more than the notice of local, state and national media outlets. more »»

North Shore Park water quality advisory lifted

September 9, 2016 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County has removed its advisory about high bacteria levels at North Shore Park. Tests completed Friday for Enterococcus bacteria in water samples taken Sept. more »»

Remembering 9/11: Officials, residents share memories

September 9, 2016 Even without knowledge of what was to come, news of the crash of the first plane into the north tower of the World Trade Center early Tuesday morning, Sept. more »»

District 1 Roadwatch, week of Sept. 11

September 9, 2016 This weekly report for District 1 is prepared by Florida Department of Transportation to inform the public about upcoming road work in Southwest Florida. more »»

Old golf course: Development plans still a work in progress

September 9, 2016 Plans for a residential community on acreage in southeast Cape Coral that once was a golf course have been modified to include fewer homes and more green space. Development plans by D.R. more »»

Tentative tax rate, budget, gets nod

September 9, 2016 The 2017 Cape Coral city budget will be a little higher than last year, but will hit the average Cape Coral taxpayer a little less, city officials sai. more »»

City: Self-funded benefits a success so far

September 9, 2016 The city of Cape Coral’s self-funded insurance plan is going well and is anticipated to save the municipality hundreds of thousands of dollars as opposed to if the city had stayed fully insure. more »»

Sun Splash slides into final weekends with admissions special

September 9, 2016 Attempting to salvage what’s left of a season battered by a destructive fire and severe weather, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is hoping to lure visitors back by offering a special admission price for... more »»

‘Civility’ discussion expected Monday

September 9, 2016 City Council resumes its regular meeting schedule on Monday in Council Chambers at City Hall following a week’s break in observance of Labor Day. more »»

Hillary Clinton accepts painting from local artist

September 9, 2016 Last Wednesday night, local artist Myra Roberts received a phone call from a collector friend telling her that presidential candidate Hillary Clinton officially accepted a portrait of her that she... more »»

Alliance for the Arts hosts bluegrass series starting Sunday

September 8, 2016 Bluegrass returns to the Foulds Theatre at the Alliance for the Arts Sunday, Sept., 11, from 2 to 5 p.m. more »»

Effort continues to establish Zonta Club in Cape

September 6, 2016 An international organization focused on empowering women and girls globally and locally is within reach of setting up its newest charter in Cape Cora. more »»

Advisory issued for North Shore Park

September 6, 2016 Fewer and fewer people are being seen at North Shore Park in North Fort Myers, and not because of the impending rainstorms that hit the area last week. more »»

Cape man pleads guilty to fraud, identity theft charges

September 6, 2016 A Cape Coral man pleaded guilty last week in federal court to fraud and identity theft charges. more »»

Bright ideas

September 6, 2016 Residents filled nearly every seat at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center on Monday to give their input to county officials on what they want to see in their public library when it’s built and... more »»

Pine Island residents open their hearts, help teen

September 6, 2016 Fourteen-year-old Davon Diehl loves to fish. Every day, before the school year began, and every weekend he can be found on the pier at Pine Island Marina. On Sunday, Aug. more »»

Cecchetti Council examiner visits Pine Island Dance

September 6, 2016 Saturday morning, Aug. more »»

Officials: Police bust drug traffickers in northwest Cape

September 6, 2016 Cape Coral police responding to a shots heard call found more than they bargained for early Thursday morning, according to officials. At about 3:15 a.m., police responded to 611 N.W. 20 St. more »»



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