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Summer’s not quite over ...

August 1, 2014 By MEGHAN McCOY news@breezenewspapers. more »»

 
 
 
Law enforcement agencies offering basic safety tips for students, parents

August 1, 2014 As Lee County students head back to school this month, local law enforcement wants to remind the public about some basic safety tips to keep everyone safe this year. Sg. more »»

School lunch menus to feature nutritional items

August 1, 2014 A variety of healthy, nutritional items will grace the lunch menu for Lee County students, which can be monitored on a new interactive website that is being launched this year. more »»

Officials: Parents should pack healthy lunches for kids

August 1, 2014 Parents are encouraged to pack a healthy lunch for their child so he or she can receive all the nutritional benefits such as vitamins and minerals to achieve their best academic success this... more »»

Stores offering variety of new clothing styles for 2014-15

August 1, 2014 It’s that time of year again, when students begin dragging their parents to the stores to grab the latest school fashions for the first day of schoo. more »»

Lee County Commission District 2

July 31, 2014 Two candidates will face off this month for the District 2 seat on the Lee County Commission. Incumbent Cecil L. Pendergrass and opponent Paige Rausch will go up against each other in the Aug. more »»

Lee County Commission District 4

July 31, 2014 Three are vying for the Republican spot in the District 4 race for the Lee County Commission. Incumbent Brian Hamman will seek to retain his party’s nomination against opponents Andy Coy and Swayer C. more »»

State Senate: District 30 Primary

July 31, 2014 This is one primary race where the candidates have to impress more than just one part. more »»

Schools super provides updates

July 31, 2014 A new form of testing will reinforce the need for teachers to teach the standards, while overcrowding in certain areas could eventually force the school district to consider new schools in the near... more »»

Special meeting:City charter school authority sets session

July 31, 2014 With the Cape Coral Charter School System in search of a new superintendent and the school year fast approaching, the system is scrambling to find someone who could fill the role. On Tuesday, Au. more »»

City: Cape better off than on-line ranking indicates

July 31, 2014 While the city of Cape Coral rebounds from seven years of a nationwide economic recession, online studies keep popping up to rank cities in one or more categorie. more »»

Tax-free holiday kicks off today

July 31, 2014 Parents and students can save money on their back-to-school shopping over the next three days. The 2014 sales tax-free holiday kicks off today in Florida and runs through Sunday. more »»

Tickets on sale for sizzling downtown fest

July 31, 2014 Calling all bacon lovers! Tickets are on sale now for the South Cape BaconFest 2014 trolley run. more »»

Motorcyclist recovering following collision

July 31, 2014 A motorcyclist is improving at the hospital after an accident that killed a Cape Coral pedestrian. Leslie S. more »»

Rockin' for Robin - Dual-benefit held in Cape Coral and Fort Myers Beach for well-loved local

July 30, 2014 Always doing her part to help the local community, now the community is stepping up to help her. Robin Curley has been a part of the Southwest Florida circuit for nearly a decade. more »»

A Party for Marty - All are welcome to join the 100th birthday celebration of lifetime Kiwanian and Shriner Marty Rowe

July 30, 2014 Local resident Marty Rowe has been a volunteer and community philanthropist all of his life. more »»

Cape man sentenced to 10 years

July 30, 2014 A Cape Coral man is serving time after being sentenced in an attempted murder case. Jonathan Baer Edwards, 30, of 4904 Vincennes St., Apt. more »»

Lots of races line up for August primary

July 30, 2014 With the special election wrapped up, another round of campaigning is heating up. In less than four weeks, voters will head to the polls for the primary that leads to the big general election on Nov. more »»

Four vie for District 77 House seat

July 30, 2014 State Rep. Dane Eagle will have ample company in the Aug. 26 primary as he and three others will battle for the Republican nomination in the 77th House District. more »»

Council discusses domestic partnership registry

July 30, 2014 Even before a formal presentation was delivered Monday night, a dozen people paraded before City Council favoring the establishment of a domestic partnership registry in Cape Cora. more »»

Boil water notice issued for Trafalgar Woods/Heatherwood Lakes area

July 30, 2014 A waterline break near the Trafalgar schools has interrupted service for residents of Trafalgar Woods and Heatherwood Lakes, the city announced at 10 a.m. today. Also affected are St. more »»

 
 

Portrait and figure art course August 2, 2014

An Open Session for all Portrait and Figure Artists will held this and every Saturday, from 10:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Robb and Stucky, 13170 S. Cleveland Avd., Fort Myers, sponsored by the Portrait and Figure Painters Society of SW Florida, Inc. more »

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