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Below-average hurricane season predicted

May 30, 2014 Despite dire predictions of an above-average hurricane season, 2013 turned out to be one of the quietest in decades. With that in mind, weather expert Dr. more »»

Emergency public shelters:

May 30, 2014 Be advised: Lee County will not open all shelters during any single event. The opening of shelters is dependent upon the nature of each specific event. more »»

Cape Coral residents urged to begin planning for 2014 hurricane season

May 30, 2014 With the 2014 hurricane season set to kick off, the city of Cape Coral encourages residents to become informed on storm surge and evacuation zones and to make a plan ahead of time and prepare a kit. more »»

Lee County's annual prohibition on nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizer starts June 1

May 30, 2014 With the traditional start of the South Florida wet season, June 1, elements of the Lee County rules for fertilization application are once again enacted. more »»

Lane closures on Alico Road next week

May 30, 2014 Lee County Department of Transportation will be repaving Alico Road in south Fort Myers next week. Work will begin Monday, June 2, and conclude by Thursday morning, June 5. more »»

Offshore fishing tournament to benefit Ronald McDonald House

May 30, 2014 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Florida is hosting its second annual offshore fishing tournament to raise money for helping local families. more »»

Police release name of child drowning victim

May 30, 2014 Cape Coral police have released the name of a child who drowned over the holiday weekend. The victim was identified as Myson Noel, 12, of Lehigh Acres. At about 2:20 p.. more »»

Foundation thanks Lee Schools 'superheroes'

May 30, 2014 Most people in the community refer to her as Dr. Nancy Graham, superintendent of Lee County Public School. more »»

Barefoot Beach ranked second on 2014 Top 10 Beaches list

May 30, 2014 Barefoot Beach in Bonita Springs has been ranked in Dr. Beach's Top 10 Beaches for 2014. Again. And this time it's listed in the No. 2 slot. more »»

Tropical Cyclones

May 30, 2014 What is a Tropical Cyclone? Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena. If you live in an area prone to tropical cyclones, you need to be prepared. more »»

‘Day of Hope’ to provide free dental services

May 29, 2014 Free limited dental work will be available at the upcoming “A Day of Hope” event. Hosted by the Adult Dentistry of Southwest Florida, it will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Cape youngster among Scripps National Spelling Bee finalists

May 29, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Twelve young spellers have made the championship finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, a group that surprisingly includes only one repeat finalist. more »»

Cape Coral eyes its own electric utility

May 29, 2014 The city of Cape Coral is exploring options to part ways with LCEC as the city’s electrical power utilit. more »»

FHP, LCSO conduct Operation P.E.D.S.

May 29, 2014 On Thursday, May 28, the Florida Highway Patrol, along with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, completed the second quarterly wave of Operation P.E.D.S. more »»

Street lighting districts discussed

May 29, 2014 City Council discussed bringing back the city’s streetlight program — possibly by creating lighting districts funded with assessments — at a special meeting Wednesday. more »»

All You Need is Love: Beatles review starts theater’s summer season

May 29, 2014 The iconic songs of The Beatles will kick off the summer season at Cultural Park Theatre. more »»

City to host hurricane seminar

May 29, 2014 The Cape Coral Fire Department has scheduled its annual hurricane seminar for June 4 at City Hall in the City Council chambers. more »»

Hibiscus Society Show set for Sunday

May 29, 2014 It is one of the largest and oldest Hibiscus shows in the state of Florida, and, with a new location, it promises to been even bigger and better this time around. The James E. more »»

Tech institutes name students of the year

May 29, 2014 A military veteran and a woman who spent her early years blind and deaf, received the highest honor the Lee County technical institutes can bestow on a student. more »»

‘Feed the Cape’ kickoff a record-breaker

May 29, 2014 It was quite a night for the Feed the Cape food drive as it opened its summer fundraiser Wednesday night with a kickoff party at Rumrunner’s. more »»



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