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Council OKs neighborhood parks plans

December 4, 2019 During its regular meeting at City Hall on Monday, the Cape Coral City Council approved the plans for the city’s neighborhood parks. more »»

 
 
 
Holiday events

December 4, 2019 Festivals * Festival of Lights The Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral will host the Holiday Festival of Lights, title sponsored by CenturyLink, on Saturday, Dec. 7. more »»

Let the music play

December 4, 2019 Lee County's most talented student musicians will come together and perform as part of the All-County Middle & High School Band. The All-County Band Concert is set for Friday, Dec. more »»

Melody Lane Performing Arts Center to present Mary Poppins Jr.

December 4, 2019 The Melody Lane Performing Arts Center will present Mary Poppins Jr. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Mariner High School, 701 Chiquita Blvd., Cape Coral. Performances all three nights are at 6:30. more »»

33rd American Sand Sculpting Championship comes to a close

December 4, 2019 Armed with just sand, water, glue and tools to detail, sharpen and smooth out their displays, sculptors from around the world fascinated thousands of onlookers at the 33rd American Sand Sculpting... more »»

Child injured in accidental shooting

December 3, 2019 A 3-year-old was in "guarded" condition Tuesday morning after an accidental shooting in Cape Coral Monday night. more »»

Fort Myers Miracle renamed Mighty Mussels

December 3, 2019 By CJ HADDAD cjhaddad@breezenewspapers.com Fans attending Florida State League baseball games at Hammond Stadium next year can expect to see the same great talent, but with a new loo. more »»

Defendant sentenced for the 2004 murder of Mary Mount

December 3, 2019 Today, Terry McDonald pled guilty and was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the 2004 murder of Mary Mount. The victim was last seen in Lee County when she was 28 years old. more »»

State seeking death penalty against man charged in two Cape murders

December 3, 2019 On Tuesday, the State Attorney’s Office filed a “Notice Of Intent To Seek Death Penalty” against Wade Steven Wilson, 25, for each of the two victims in the case he was indicted on by a Lee County... more »»

Ground broken for Porto Vista apartments

December 3, 2019 The need for affordable housing in Cape Coral is among the biggest problems the city faces. However, on Tuesday, ground was broken on a project that will help in that deficit. more »»

FHP to conduct DUI enforcement effort tonight

November 29, 2019 The Florida Highway Patrol will conduct a roaming DUI enforcement detail today, Nov. 29, from 8 p.m., until 4 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, in Lee County. more »»

CCPD partners with the 3H Exchange to help the homeless for the holidays

November 29, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department today announced that it is once again partnering with the 3H Exchange (High Schools Helping the Homeless) for the sixth consecutive year. more »»

Cape Police searching for missing man

November 29, 2019 Early Thursday morning, Nov. 28, the Cape Coral Police Department issued a missing endangered person report for Mason Cole Deatherage, 24. more »»

CCPD seek public's help identifying burglary suspects

November 29, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects and vehicle involved in an armed burglary case. more »»

Good Samaritan gives Cape homeowner much to be thankful for

November 27, 2019 Melissa Shannon has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving -- though the morning before the holiday didn't start off looking that way. more »»

Henderson to run for Congressional District 19 seat

November 27, 2019 Fort Myers Mayor Randall P. Henderson Jr. said Wednesday he will seek the Congressional District 19 seat in southwest Florida in 2020. more »»

Cape eyes ban on ‘lawn parking’

November 26, 2019 Cape Coral City Council wants residents to keep cars off the grass at their homes as part of new parking regulations they are considering. On that much, the council can agree. more »»

Mandatory rental list for the Cape?

November 26, 2019 Cape Coral’s trash collection issues could result in the mandatory registration of all rental properties within the city. more »»

Cha-ching, cha-ching: Shopping ‘season’ begins

November 26, 2019 Now that we're full from a hearty Thanksgiving meal, shoppers turn their attention to Black Friday deals and Small Business Saturday savings. more »»

Outdoor Expo and Boat Show set for Sun Splash

November 26, 2019 The fourth annual Cape Coral Outdoor Expo and Boat Show, set for next weekend, will feature three full days full of music, food, drinks and, of course, boats, accessories and seminar. more »»

CCPD ‘Fill the Boat’ toy drive set for Dec. 6-8

November 26, 2019 Picking up an extra toy or two while you’re shopping this weekend might make the holidays a little brighter for a child in nee. more »»

 
 

Zumba Gold classes at Bay Oaks December 5, 2019

Bay Oaks Recreation Campus will be offering a Zumba Gold class every Thursday night at 6:30 p.m., designed for the active adult population or the true beginner (unconditioned) participant. Zumba Gold addresses the anatomical, physiological and psychological needs specific to these populations. more »

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