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Fort Myers man sentenced to six years in DUI

May 29, 2014 A man was sentenced Tuesday in connection to a fatal Cape Coral traffic crash last year. more »»

Temple Beth Shalom holds B'nai Mitzvah, honors war veterans

May 29, 2014 On Memorial Day weekend, May 23, Temple Beth Shalom began the most beautiful B’nai Mitzvah ceremony ever held for 13 adults. more »»

Church’s ‘9-for-90’ project serves the community

May 29, 2014 For Faith Bible Fellowship Church, May is a time for giving of oneself — nine times over. The church is in the middle of its annual 9-for-90 service project. more »»

Cape Coral mail carrier joins million mile club

May 29, 2014 Linda Carey has worked for the United States Postal Service as a carrier since 1982, and in all that time, through wind, rain and severe heat, not only has she persevered, but has done so without... more »»

Additional charges in Cape shooting

May 29, 2014 A Cape Coral man is facing more charges after police say he fatally shot a man and injured two others. On Thursday, Christopher Curtis Manley, 19, of 1102 S.. more »»

Cape Coral marks Memorial Day at Coral Ridge

May 27, 2014 Memorial Day to many means cookouts and a three-day weekend. For those who served their country and their families, it often means a whole lot more. more »»

Army Reserve Center in Cape to be named after fallen Afghanistan vet from Naples

May 27, 2014 (AP) The U.S. Army Reserve Center in Cape Coral will be named in honor of Staff Sgt. Marc Anthony Scialdo, a soldier from Naples who died in the war in Afghanistan. NBC-2 reports (http://bit. more »»

Officials addressing Boat House parking issue

May 27, 2014 During the seven days since the Boat House Tiki Bar & Grill opened its doors and outdoor seating at the shore end of the Cape Coral Yacht Club pier, city officials have been flooded with calls and... more »»

Council to discuss power utility, streetlights

May 27, 2014 During a special public meeting at 4:30 p.m. today in City Hall, City Council will discuss two major issues involving LCEC, the city's electricity service provide. more »»

A day to remember

May 27, 2014 Memorial Day to many means cookouts and a three-day weekend. For those who served their country and their families, it often means a whole lot more. more »»

Sun Splash kicks off summer hours

May 27, 2014 The hot, sticky Florida summer has arrived, that means having to find activities for the kids to help them cool down. Fortunately, Cape Coral parents have a place to take the youngsters every day. more »»

Sixth Annual Fashion Show & Auction to benefit Special Populations June 7

May 27, 2014 Tickets are going fast for the Sixth Annual Fashion Show & Auction to benefit Special Populations. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.. more »»

Man dies from injuries suffered in April ATV accident

May 27, 2014 A Cape Coral man who lost control of an ATV last month and crashed has died from his injuries. As of Tuesday, Andrew Casey Baldwin, 33, of 2223 S.W. more »»

Cape resident charged following fatal shooting

May 27, 2014 A Cape Coral man remained in jail Tuesday after fatally shooting a man and injuring two others. Christopher Curtis Manley, 19, of 1102 S.W. more »»

Updated: Arrest made in early morning shooting

May 24, 2014 Update: Police have released the name of a man shot to death early Saturday morning and have arrested the man accused of shooting him. The deceased has been identified as Mathew Pech, 27, of St. more »»

Child drowning reported at the Yacht Club

May 24, 2014 A child drowned Saturday at the Cape Coral Yacht Club. A Cape Coral police office was flagged down at the facility 5819 Driftwood Parkway at 2:20. p.m. more »»

Cape man charged in two armed robberies

May 24, 2014 A Cape Coral man has been charged in the armed robberies of two convenience stores earlier this week. more »»

Judge dismisses Sullivan appeal

May 23, 2014 Cape Coral Mayor Marni Sawicki gained another victory this week in the wake of a lawsuit contesting the results of last year's mayoral election. Former Mayor John Sullivan’s appeal to have the Nov. more »»

Shelter project’s first fundraiser a success

May 22, 2014 Cape Coral is on track for a no-kill animal shelter and community support was evident at the project’s first fundraising event, held last Friday at the Wicked Dolphin Rum Distillery. more »»

Honoring our fallen: Cape Coral to observe Memorial Day

May 22, 2014 Memorial Day services for the public are planned Monday in Cape Coral and across the river. more »»



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