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Drug House Odyssey illustrates impact of choices

March 20, 2015 Every decision made in life has consequences. Some are good, some bad. more »»

AchievAlympics & Chili Blast set for Saturday

March 20, 2015 An afternoon of old-fashioned fun will fill a Cape Coral park this weekend while raising funds for Cape Coral classrooms as the AchievAlympics & Chili Blast returns for a second year. more »»

Spring Training Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival at JetBlue Park Saturday

March 20, 2015 The first Spring Training Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival will take place this weekend. Hosted by Food Trucks Festivals of America, the event will be held from noon to 5 p.m. more »»

Makepeace named Citizen of the Year

March 20, 2015 Much of what Gregg Makepeace has done for North Fort Myers over the past 12 years has been done in silence and without much notoriet. more »»

Bus filled with children catches fire; no injuries

March 18, 2015 A private school bus carrying over a dozen students caught on fire on Wednesday. At 7:40 a.m. more »»

Residents, officials examine Bimini Basin ideas

March 17, 2015 Cape Coral residents got the chance to look at the Bimini Basin project study Tuesday displayed for all to see, and interact with the design team from the University of South Florida School of... more »»

Home at last

March 17, 2015 It's in the eyes. In the first two years of life, those eyes showed pain, torture and sadness. more »»

Cape police conduct auto insurance crackdown

March 17, 2015 An auto insurance crackdown took place on Tuesday in Cape Coral, resulting in five arrests and numerous traffic citations and written warnings. more »»

City Council discusses utility issues

March 17, 2015 Public utilities were the hot topic discussions at Monday's City Council meeting as the members continue their fight against a Florida House bill seeking to force local government to pay the cost of... more »»

Church takes action to help community

March 17, 2015 At Cape Coral First United Methodist Church, being a member of a congregation is more than just sitting in a pew and praying. It’s getting out into the community and serving other. more »»

City receives $14.2 million from Clean Water State Revolving Fund

March 17, 2015 Cape Coral just received more than $14. more »»

Oasis High graduation ceremony to be simulcast

March 17, 2015 Cape Coral Charter School System has come up with a simple solution to a dilemma facing Oasis High School graduates and their familie. more »»

Former resident facing sex offense charges from 2005 incident in Lee County Jail

March 17, 2015 A former Cape Coral resident is facing sex offense charges more than a decade after the allegations were brought forward involving a then-underage victim. more »»

Man injured in traffic crash released from hospital

March 17, 2015 A motorist has been released from the hospital following a recent accident in Cape Coral. At 9:24 p.m., March 7, Ryan . more »»

Snowman Shuffle raises $14,000 for Special Populations

March 17, 2015   The 4th Annual Snowman Shuffle raised $14,000 for the city of Cape Cora’s Special Populations Program. The event was Feb. 28 at the Sun Splash Family Waterpark pavilion. more »»

Sawicki to host “Mayor’s Night Out” March 31

March 17, 2015   Mayor Marni Sawicki will host her “Mayor’s Night Out” Tuesday, March 31, at the Chester Street Resource Center. The mayor will be available from 5–7 p.m. The center is located at 4816 Chester S. more »»

Cape Coral Hazardous Waste Collection Day Saturday

March 17, 2015 The next scheduled Household Hazard-ous Waste Collection Day for Cape Coral residents is this Saturday, March 21, at the Public Works Annex on Everest Parkway from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Michael Ilczyszyn appointed assistant city manager

March 17, 2015 City Manager John Szerlag has appointed Michael Ilczyszyn as the city’s assistant city manager. Ilczyszyn has been filling the role on an “interim” basis since September 2014. more »»

Four teens charged in home invasion robberies; police searching for fifth suspect

March 17, 2015 Four teenagers have been arrested following what police are calling a "violent and brazen crime spree" that began early Saturday morning in North Fort Myers. more »»

Charter schools try to solve graduation dilemma

March 14, 2015 Cape Coral Charter School System is working to resolve parental concerns over the upcoming graduation ceremony on campus. more »»



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