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Bees that killed dog may have been ‘Africanized’

October 14, 2016 Cape Coral firefighter Ed Agocs was called to the 1400 block of S.W. 53rd Terrace last Thursday, but not to help put out a fire. more »»

Council, CRA meetings set for next week

October 14, 2016 At a City Council meeting in July, staff was directed to amend an ordinance to add veterinary and animal clinics as permitted uses under the Village zoning district classification. more »»

Info sought on vehicle linked to crash

October 14, 2016 Authorities are looking for a car involved in a five-vehicle crash that sent two to the hospital. As of Thursday, Bradley J. more »»

Lux brunch options abound throughout Lee County

October 14, 2016 With “season” creeping up fast, it’s already time to start planning for visitors looking to take in the sights — and tastes — around Lee County. more »»

Bill Clinton rallies Lee County Dems

October 12, 2016 Shane Broadstone, a senior at Oasis High School, will just miss the cutoff to be able to vote in the November election. more »»

Local veteran featured in anti-Trump advertisement

October 12, 2016 EEd Sieber, a 93-year-old Sanibel Island resident and former dive bomb pilot during World War II, voices his opinion about Donald Trump in a local ad that was aired throughout Lee County last week. more »»

Cape Kiwanis starts new year with installation

October 12, 2016 October is the start of a new year at the Cape Coral Kiwanis on Santa Barbara Boulevard. It’s a time where it not only looks back on a great year past, but also to look forward to the future. more »»

Four charged in death of Cape man

October 12, 2016 Four men accused of fatally shooting a Cape Coral man have been indicted on charges. The State Attorney's Office 20th Judicial Circuit said last week that Rodney Charles, 18, Mariano St. more »»

Motorist dies in crash on Pine Island Road

October 12, 2016 A multi-vehicle crash Thursday night along Pine Island Road left one driver dead. At 7:45 p.m. more »»

Cape man charged for involvement in several accidents

October 12, 2016 A Cape Coral driver has been arrested and charged after his involvement in multiple crashes. Michael Austin Lowry, 26, of 309 S.E. more »»

Motorcyclist injured in September released from hospital

October 12, 2016 A Cape Coral motorcyclist has been released from the hospital following a recent crash. more »»

County planners talk about historic preservation in NFM

October 12, 2016 There are many historic aspects of the North Fort Myers that the area can take great pride in but that history brings challenges. more »»

The Styles Harvest Moon Buffet Dinner Dance Saturday

October 12, 2016 The Styles Harvest Moon Buffet Dinner Dance will be held Saturday, Oct. 15, from 6:30-10:30 p.m., at Terrace Hall, 1313 S.E. 47th Ter-race, Cape Coral. more »»

Four face first degree murder charges

October 7, 2016 Four men accused of fatally shooting a Cape Coral man have been indicted on charges. The State Attorney's Office 20th Judicial Circuit reported today that Rodney Charles, 18, Mariano St. more »»

Vote-by-Mail ballots mailed on schedule in Lee

October 7, 2016 The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office mailed out 154,528 civilian-domestic vote-by-mail ballots on schedule Friday despite the bad weathe. more »»

Coast Guard reopens ports along Florida's west coast following Hurricane Matthew

October 7, 2016 TAMPA — The Coast Guard opened all commercial ports along Florida's west coast Friday following Hurricane Matthew. Capt. Holly L. more »»

Woman fatally injured in three-vehicle crash

October 7, 2016 A multi-vehicle crash on Thursday night along Pine Island Road left one driver dead. At 7:45 p.. more »»

Voter registration deadline approaching

October 6, 2016 Residents who want to cast a ballot in November have until Tuesday to register to vote. Currently, there are about 415,119 active registered voters in Lee County. more »»

Lee County Solid Waste collections proceed as scheduled

October 6, 2016 Household trash, recycling and yard waste collections in Lee County will not be affected by Hurricane Matthew and are expected to proceed as scheduled Friday. more »»

Lee County Schools and district offices open Friday

October 6, 2016 All Lee County Public Schools and offices will be open Friday pending any major changes in Hurricane Matthew's path. In addition, all extracurricular activities on Friday will continue as planned. more »»

 
 

 

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