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County holds Woodstock Airport hearing

October 24, 2017 A public hearing was held before the Lee County Chief Hearing Examiner Donna Marie Collins last Thursday morning re-garding a proposed zoning change for Woodstock Airport on Pine Island from... more »»

Bicyclist struck by car remains hospitalized

October 24, 2017 A bicyclist recently struck by a vehicle in Cape Coral remained in the hospital Tuesday. Faith Ann Zappa, 45, of 1412 S.. more »»

Woman listed in critical condition after car ends up in city canal

October 24, 2017 A driver who ended up in a canal on Monday may have had a medical episode, according to emergency responders. At 1:41 p.m., Dolores Louise Zearfaus, 67, of 222 S.W. more »»

Nam Jam attracts local veterans to Shell Factory

October 24, 2017 When Hurricane Irma resulted in the cancellation of the Nam Jam at the Shell Factory last month, it wasn’t known what kind of participation there would be when they rescheduled it. more »»

City boats ramps temporarily close for maintenance

October 24, 2017 Three city boat ramps will be closed temporarily this week while crews fill holes at the bottom of the concrete ramps using sand bags. Ramps will be closed from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the designated day. more »»

Invest in America’s Foundation’s Breakfast at the Museum Saturday

October 24, 2017 The Invest in America's Veterans Foundation will hold Breakfast at the Museum Saturday, Oct. 28, from 8-11 a.m. The cost is $6 per person and tickets are on sale no. more »»

CCPD investigating vehicle vs. bicycle accident on Cultural Park Boulevard

October 23, 2017 Cape Coral Police are on currently scene of a major crash investigation in the 1000 block of Cultural Park Boulevard. Reports indicate it is a vehicle vs. more »»

Updated: City staff asks to bring franchise proposal to LCEC elected board

October 20, 2017 In response to a "final offer" franchise agreement submitted by the city's electric utility provider, Cape Coral's administrative staff will request authorization Monday to bring a counter proposal... more »»

Cape non-profits honored at ENPYs

October 20, 2017 Nearly 200 of the area’s charitable heavyweights gathered at the Crowne Plaza Bell Tower Wednesday for the inaugural Excellence in Nonprofit Performance Yearly Awards. more »»

Chicago Beef Guy reopens in Cape Coral

October 20, 2017 Chicago Beef Guy was at full capacity for the lunch rush as doors reopened at its new location on Del Prado Boulevard in Cape Coral Wednesday. more »»

City gets update on South Cape development concept

October 19, 2017 For the Bimini Basin area to become what the city hopes it will, it will have to positively influence the drivers of investment who will be interested in growing the area and make it a destination. more »»

City to host candidate Q&As

October 19, 2017 Next Thursday and Friday, Cape Coral voters will get perhaps their last opportunity to hear the candidates for mayor and four city council seats give their views on the issues when City Hall plays... more »»

Oktoberfest under way

October 19, 2017 Every year, Oktoberfest is nothing less than a six-day party, a celebration of German heritage from the music to the beer. more »»

Walk to end Alzheimer’s set for Oct. 28

October 19, 2017 An annual walk set for next weekend in Fort Myers will help raise funds for a worthy cause. The 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Fort Myers, FL will be held on Oct. 28 at 9 a.m. more »»

Poker tournament and auction to benefit ill Cape woman

October 19, 2017 An upcoming poker tournament and auction will benefit a woman who is fighting cancer. The Cancer Sucks Poker Benefit for Katie Ball will take place on Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. more »»

Man accused of serial rape convicted; sentencing pending

October 19, 2017 A Cape Coral man has been convicted of kidnapping and sexually battering two women. Chunsi William Vines, 29, of 609 S.W. 29 St. more »»

Kids fests this week and next

October 19, 2017 A pair of popular festivals for children are set for today and next Saturday. Both are free. more »»

Toys for Tots accepting gifts

October 19, 2017 The Christmas season is rapidly approaching and our Lee County Toys for Tots campaign is underway! Toys can be dropped off at any A.C. more »»

Lee Voter Freedom group wants open primaries

October 18, 2017 There's a new activist group in town. In Lee County, county commission races are partisan. Closed party primaries are held in August and general elections in November. more »»

Officials hear streetscape parking plan concerns

October 18, 2017 It was standing room only at the Chester Street Resource Center Tuesday as advocates and adversaries gathered to discuss the parking controversy surrounding the proposed Southeast 47th Terrace... more »»



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