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Taste of Lee: Tropical Fruit Fair Saturday in Fort Myers

June 19, 2015 Learn about locally grown tropical and subtropical produce this weekend. The Taste of Lee Tropical Fruit Fair will be held on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at City Gate Ministries in Fort Myers. more »»

GCHS gears up for Cape shelter drive

June 19, 2015 The ability to save more dogs and cats and get them adopted into loving homes is always a good thing. more »»

Cape firefighter culls top honor

June 19, 2015 Of the numerous first responders in the city of Cape Coral, the Moose Lodge has the difficult task of picking one who stands out above the rest. more »»

Grand opening to feature charity cut-a-thon

June 19, 2015 As of Saturday it will have a new name. That doesn’t mean it won’t have the same dedication to those who need compassion the mos. more »»

Sheriff's Office releases name of homicide victim found in Lehigh

June 19, 2015 The Lee County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man found dead Wednesday late afternoon at Banning Street and Acton Avenue in Lehigh Acres. The body has been identified as David M. more »»

Grand opening to feature charity cut-a-thon

June 19, 2015 As of Saturday it will have a new name. That doesn’t mean it won’t have the same dedication to those who need compassion the most. more »»

Locals sample new brewery for a cause

June 19, 2015 news@breezenewspapers.com Nobody can turn down free beer. And they didn’t turn down beer from the new Cape Coral Brewing Co. more »»

LCEC reduces rates for the third time in less than two years

June 19, 2015 LCEC is reducing its electric rates for the third time in less than two years, resulting in residential electric rates officials say are among the lowest of all 56 utilities in Florida, and the... more »»

‘Red, White & Brew’ set for June 27

June 19, 2015 Some of the South Cape's best restaurants, nightclubs and bars will pull out all the stops the weekend before the July 4 holiday. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling awards scholarships for environmental studies

June 19, 2015 At a special after-hours gathering at J.N. more »»

Treasury says woman will be picked for $10 bill

June 18, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Alexander Hamilton, who has been featured on the $10 bill since 1929, is making way for a woman. more »»

Lee County Emergency Management offers Hurricane Preparedness Seminars

June 18, 2015 Lee County Emergency Management, in coordination with partner agencies, will offer a series of public Hurricane Prepared-ness Seminars through the end of the month. more »»

Ozzie takes flight to freedom after 3-month rehab stint at CROW

June 17, 2015 After exactly three months in rehabilitation captivity, Ozzie the bald eagle and Eagle Cam star, is back where he belongs - in the wild. more »»

Voters to decide council members’ pay hike

June 16, 2015 A pay hike for council members and the mayor was the main topic of discussion for the Cape Coral City Council Monday. more »»

New fire equipment, other asset purchases set in motion

June 16, 2015 With the fire service assessment finally approved, the city has set into motion the purchase of fire equipment and other capital needs the Cape has. more »»

North Fort Myers High School hosts USF football camp

June 16, 2015 Hundreds of high school football players filled the fields at North Fort Myers High School on Thursday as the University of South Florida and the school hosted the annual Willie Taggart football... more »»

Sun Splash offering Father’s Day specials this weekend

June 16, 2015 Cape Coral's water park is celebrating Father's Day weekend by offering free admission. more »»

Man struck by car in February remains in hospital

June 16, 2015 A Cape Coral pedestrian remains hospitalized four months after being hit by a vehicle. Jason Ray Degraaf, 41, of 418 N.E. more »»

Exotic orchid blooms for Sanibel homeowner

June 16, 2015 Joe Salatino was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday morning when he walked outside and noticed his exotic orchid in bloom for the first time since planting it more than a month ago. more »»

Academy for the Arts starts camp season

June 16, 2015 The air was filled with the sounds of violin bows gliding across the strings and steel drums banging. more »»

 
 

 

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