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Update: Name of child fatally injured in hit and run released

March 25, 2019 Update: The name of the child who died Monday morning after she was struck be a vehicle has been released. more »»

Update: Missing child found

March 22, 2019 Update: Brodi has been safely located. more »»

Citrus canker reimbursement proposed in House budget

March 21, 2019 Still waiting for compensation for the removal of citrus trees on your property? After nearly two decades, it may be coming. more »»

Casino in the Cape: Tickets on sale now for charity event

March 21, 2019 Cape Coral charities will benefit from this year’s annual Casino in the Cape, presented by the Class of 2018 Leadership Cape Cora. more »»

Parks projects to get under way

March 21, 2019 On Monday, Cape Coral City Council gave the go-ahead for $10.2 million in General Obligation Bonds to finance the first component of the $60 million Parks Master Plan. more »»

Army Corps to present info session

March 21, 2019 Cape Coral residents will have the chance to be informed on the latest information when it comes to water quality next week directly from the sourc. more »»

‘Rock Out Against Domestic Violence’ concert tickets on sale

March 21, 2019 The third annual “Rock Out Against Domestic Violence” concert is expected to be bigger than eve. more »»

Cape Council to discuss employee clinic

March 21, 2019 Cape Coral City Council will discuss the feasibility of an employee health clinic Monday, a proposal a consultant says will save the municipality millions. more »»

Guardian Angels Fashion Show and Auction tickets on sale

March 21, 2019 The 11th annual Fashion Show and Auction, a fundraiser by the Guardian Angels for Special Population, has moved to a new location to accommodate the continued growth in attendance next month. more »»

School district’s student enrollment director to retire

March 21, 2019 After more than 28 years with the School District of Lee County, the student enrollment director is retiring March 28 to pursue the next phase of her life, traveling and taking some time for hersel. more »»

Mural Walk & Wine Tasting set at the SWFL Military Museum

March 21, 2019 The Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library is holding a first-time event featuring art and wine this weekend to take individuals on a journey through vivid and moving art depicting what... more »»

Burrowing Owl fest raises $25,000 for environmental efforts

March 21, 2019 Those who attended the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife's Burrowing Owl Festival last month seemed to have had a “hoot” of a time, raising thousands of dollars for the non-profit dedicated to Cape... more »»

State Attorney’s Office launches citizen-information initiatives

March 21, 2019 Southwest Florida's newest State Attorney has taken steps to be more connected to the community she serves. more »»

Zonta to host speaker Tuesday

March 21, 2019 The Zonta Club of Cape Coral invites the public and members of other organizations to come hear guest speaker, A. J. more »»

Northwest Regional Library Booksale April 5-6

March 21, 2019 The Friends of the Northwest Regional Library will hold an overstock book sale April 5-6. The sale will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

UPDATE - FMPD seeks identity of third man in Lee statue vandalism

March 20, 2019 Update: The Fort Myers Police Department has released a video image of a third man investigators believe was involved in the damaging the bust of General Robert E. Lee. more »»

Council approves first GO Bond issuance

March 20, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council has authorized the first financing wave for its voter-approved $60 million parks master plan. more »»

Growing up fast

March 20, 2019 The eaglets that have been raised by Harriet and M15 are fast becoming young adults, and on Wednesday and Thursday became the latest eaglets from that couple to fledg. more »»

ECHO Farm Fest offers taste of the world

March 20, 2019 If you went to ECHO’s annual Global Food & Farm Festival and went to the tropical rainforest section, it actually felt like a rainforest. more »»

Colorful Island Stitches Quilt Show Saturday at Matlacha Community Center

March 20, 2019 In 1988, a group of Pine Island and local residents gathered to pursue their passion for sewing and quilting. All these years later, Quilts R Us continues to meet every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»

 
 

 

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