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Lee County Uniform Crime Report Numbers Overall crime down; violent offenses show slight tick up

July 21, 2016 While non-violent offenses and overall crime in Lee County dropped for the first half of this year compared to the first six months of 2015, the number of violent offenses rose slightly. more »»

Parking fees waived for county boat ramps, parks and pools July 30-31

July 21, 2016 Parking fees will be waived Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31, at Lee County-managed boat ramps and regional parks, and admission will be waived at the county’s swimming pools in recognition of... more »»

Driver injured in crash released from hospital

July 21, 2016 A Cape Coral driver has been released from the hospital following a four-vehicle accident. more »»

City Manager reopens Yacht Club beach

July 21, 2016 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has reopened the Yacht Club beach after the latest testing results from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection showed no toxins in the water. more »»

Council to set millage cap Monday

July 21, 2016 City Council will set the not-to-exceed millage rate for ad valorem taxes and the public hearing dates associated with the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2017 operating budget at Monday’s meeting in... more »»

Hanging up the white jacket

July 20, 2016 U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Spencer Roach said one of the most important lessons he learned during his 20 years and 16 days of service was how to be a good dishwashe. more »»

Fort Myers Beach is safe for now, just smelly

July 20, 2016 The odorous aroma drifting in from the beach in the last week has had many plugging their noses, but the smell is harmless: it's a consequence of the dredging of Matanzas Pass. more »»

New voter information cards for all Lee County voters

July 20, 2016 Due to the mandated legislative redistricting that became effective after the March Presidential Preference Primary, all Lee county voter will receive new Voter Information Cards. more »»

City to close portion of Coronado Parkway to replace sewer line

July 20, 2016 The city of Cape Coral will be closing a section of Coronado Parkway Thursday, July 21, from 10 p.m., until Friday, July 22, at 9 a.m., to replace a sewer line. more »»

Moore & Scarry Advertising locates headquarters in Cape Coral

July 19, 2016 A national advertising firm has acquired a building in Cape Coral for its headquarter. more »»

Hanging up the white jacket

July 19, 2016 U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Spencer Roach said one of the most important lessons he learned during his 20 years and 16 days of service was how to be a good dishwashe. more »»

Local speech expert: Don't dump on Melania Trump

July 19, 2016 A local educator with a specialty in speech says some of Melania Trump's remarks might echo a previous Michelle Obama speech closely enough to be called plagiarism but the presumptive Republican... more »»

Couple facing child abuse charges

July 19, 2016 A Cape Coral man is facing sexual assault and child abuse charges, and his wife also faces multiple counts of child abuse, after several of their children came forward with allegations on Monday. more »»

CRA board OKs Bimini Basin Zoning District land use regulations

July 19, 2016 City staff's presentation on the establishment of the Bimini Basin Zoning District that was heard by the city Planning & Zoning Commission last week went before the Community Redevelopment Agency... more »»

Leon questions Szerlag about Yacht Club beach closing

July 19, 2016 At Monday's City Council meeting, Councilmember Richard Leon grilled City Manager John Szerlag over his decision to close the city beach to swimming at the Cape Coral Yacht Club over the weeken. more »»

Palmetto Pine hosting Christmas in July sale

July 19, 2016 A Cape Coral country club is doing its part to help out with the Save Our Summer campaig. more »»

Deadlocked vote stops land-use change for proposed multi-family development along Chiquita Boulevard

July 19, 2016 Neighbors to a proposed multi-family development along Chiquita Boulevard south of Cape Coral Parkway went home happy after City Council rejected the land use change request at its meeting Monday... more »»

City Council tables request for zoning changes in downtown area

July 19, 2016 Councilmember Richard Leon proposed to reduce the size of about 50 acres of property in close proximity to the Bimini Basin area that came before City Council Monday night to change from current... more »»

City staff to meet on Yacht Club Beach closure

July 18, 2016 Based on conversations with Cape Coral Mayor Marni Sawicki Retzer and Rep. Dan Eagle, City Manager John Szerlag closed the Yacht Club beach to swimming on Sunday. more »»

Cape man charged with DUI after crashing into home

July 16, 2016 An SUV slammed into a south Cape Coral home Friday night, causing extensive damage. Gregory Fischer, 43, of 5514 S.W. 12th Av. more »»



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