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Rescued Cape Coral canal bald eagle makes full recovery at CROW

May 15, 2015 The bald eagle rescued from a Cape Coral canal April 28 by residents, the FWC and the Cape Coral Fire Department has made a full recovery and is scheduled to be released back out into the wild today... more »»

Two killed, two injured in crash

May 15, 2015 A Wednesday crash killed two Cape Coral residents and sent another two to the hospital. more »»

Adventist Church completes $2.4 million expansion

May 15, 2015 Special to The Breeze news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Injured skateboarder improving

May 15, 2015 A Cape Coral skateboarder is improving at a local hospital after being struck by a van. As of Thursday, Matthew Stephen Sheung-Burden, 19, of 413 N.W. 27th Ave. more »»

Council to consider next steps for Bimini Basin project

May 15, 2015 Among the topics listed on the agenda for Monday’s meeting at City Hall, City Council will discuss the next steps for the Bimini Basin project as well as review the Village Square financial analysis... more »»

Jogger struck by pickup truck released from hospital

May 15, 2015 A man has been released from the hospital after being hit by a truck while running. As of Thursday, James P. Rosso, 20, of 2818 N.W. more »»

House involved in early-morning fire called a total loss

May 13, 2015 At this time, the preliminary investigation is complete into this morning’s structure fire at 5246 S.W. 20th Place in Cape Coral. more »»

Cape residents advised to follow mandatory two-day watering schedule

May 13, 2015 A slow start to the rainy season is causing some concerns in Cape Coral as levels in the city's freshwater canal system continue to decline due to dry conditions and overuse of the irrigation water,... more »»

Early morning fire damages southwest Cape home

May 13, 2015 This morning around 4:40, Cape Coral Fire Department’s Engine 6, Engine 9, Engine 1, Truck 4, Rescue 6 and Battalions 1 and 2 responded to a residential structure fire at 5246 S.W. 20th Place. more »»

‘My Mom Rocks’

May 12, 2015 One lucky Cape Coral mother received a surprise visit Saturday afternoon from jeweler Mark Loren Saturday who brought a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry with him that her 8-year-old daughter created... more »»

Council approves Stonewater development, Gulf Coast Humane Society shelter proposal

May 12, 2015 Yes, City Council unanimously approved a proposed single-family gated development in Northwest Cape, but the real stars of Monday's meeting were of the four-legged variety. more »»

Lee School Board rejects half-cent sales tax referendum

May 12, 2015 The Lee County School Board unanimously voted down a referendum Tuesday night that would have placed an increase of one-half cent per dollar school capital outlay sales surtax on the November ballo... more »»

A home of our own

May 12, 2015 Marisol Santiago knows the meaning of sacrifice, having spent recent months living with her mother in Lehigh Acres with her three children while commuting to Cape Coral for her job as a dental... more »»

Sierra Club to host Fracking and Florida workshop

May 12, 2015 Residents can learn about fracking and preventing it at a workshop today in Fort Myers. more »»

Dolphin finds way through Chiquita Lock

May 12, 2015 There were some anxious moments and it didn’t seem to want to leave, but the dolphin that got itself stuck behind the Chiquita Lock got itself out, without any of the hoopla that surrounded it... more »»

Special Populations welcomes Gear Up Florida cyclists

May 12, 2015 Almost 100 members of Special Populations, cheering and holding handmade signs, welcomed 21 bicyclists Monday afternoon at the Sun Splash Family Waterpark pavilion. more »»

Sawicki, other dignitaries to test comedic talents at fundraiser

May 12, 2015 Cape Coral's mayor will showcase her comedic talents in a new and unique fundraise. more »»

CCPD Volunteer Unit seeking information desk volunteers

May 11, 2015 The Cape Coral Police Volunteer Unit is seeking volunteers to work the information desks at the police station and city hall. more »»

Updated: Office I-75 lanes re-opened

May 10, 2015 Update 10:48 p.m. All lanes on I-75 in Sarasota County are back open. Travel safe Update 7:45 p.m. Southbound I -75 is now closed at the 182 mile marker (Sumter Road). more »»

Mentor volunteers needed

May 8, 2015 It is always a very happy occasion when parents who have been involved with the Child Welfare system are re-unified with their children. more »»



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