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Prehistoric invasion

September 29, 2015 Thousands of people were taken back in time millions of years this past weekend for a look at what our planet looked like in the age of the dinosaurs. more »»

Deputy named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year

September 29, 2015 A deputy from Cape Coral was recently named the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Lee County Sheriff's Office Deputy Michael Zazwirsky, who is assigned to the North District, was recognized Sept. more »»

Cape Coral man convicted of bank robbery

September 29, 2015 A Cape Coral man is facing prison after recently being convicted of robbing an Iberia Bank. On Friday, a federal jury found Jose Benitez Jr., 45, of 1330 N.. more »»

Cape Coral Parks & Recreation receives Agency Excellence Award for Environmental Sustainability

September 29, 2015 The city of Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department recently received a 2015 Agency Excellence Award for Environmental Sustainability from the Florida Recreation and Park Association. more »»

Registration under way for Bert’s Redfish Challenge in Matlacha

September 29, 2015 Bert’s Bar & Seafood Grill will be hosting the 7th Annual Bert’s Redfish Challenge charity fishing tournament to benefit Pine Island F.I.S.H. (Fellow Islanders Sending Help) on Saturday, Oct. 10. more »»

Pine Islander Luken honored by Lehigh Legion

September 29, 2015 Mack Luken was one of two Pine Island World War II veterans that were honored at a luncheon at American Legion Post 323 in Lehigh Acres last mont. more »»

Fall festival held at Lee County Posse Arena

September 29, 2015 It all started with a barrel race in the morning and ended with a celebration that went almost until dark. more »»

Ozzie is back at CROW after suffering injuries

September 28, 2015 Ozzie the bald eagle is back in familiar territory and unfortunately, it's not in his nest with Harriet In North Fort Myers. more »»

City Council candidate question of the week: Undergrounding of power lines

September 28, 2015 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Proposed charter amendments on November ballot

September 28, 2015 The following are the seven proposed amendments to the City of Cape Coral Charter that will appear on the Nov. 3 General Election ballot. SECTION 3. more »»

Upcoming candidates forums for Cape Coral City Council candidates

September 28, 2015 * Civic Association forum The Cape Coral Civic Association will hold its Candidate’s “Survivor’s Night” forum Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. more »»

Organ donations change lives

September 25, 2015 An 8-year-old's insecurities about her mother came to an end when given the opportunity to listen to her mother's heartbeat. That moment completely changed the young girl's life. more »»

Citadel classroom dedicated to fallen soldier

September 25, 2015 The life and service of a Cape Coral solider killed over a decade ago while stationed overseas was etched into another chapter of military history earlier this month at The Citadel. U.S. Army Capt. more »»

Lee DOT holds workshop on Burnt Store project

September 25, 2015 The Lee County Department of Transportation and its contractor, Quality Enterprises USA, will begin construction to widen Burnt Store Road from Diplomat Parkway to Van Buren Parkway next month. more »»

Fish on

September 25, 2015 Proceeds from a new fishing tournament will benefit a camp scholarship fund for youth. The first-ever Adam Strongin Kids Fishing Tournament will be held Sunday, Oct. 25, from 7 a.m. more »»

Unlicensed contractors

September 25, 2015   Lee County is doing everything it can to get rid of unlicensed contractors who take money from their victims and perform inferior work. more »»

‘The Carpet Man’ set to close up shop

September 25, 2015 For nearly 40 years, Pat Costello has been known to many as “The Carpet Man. more »»

City to replace plants removed from median

September 25, 2015 It all started on Southeast 17th Place with John Allen, who over the years planted palm trees and other tropical plants in the circular median at the end of the cul-de-sac in the Cornwallis... more »»

City Council to consider approval of two paving contracts at Monday’s meeting

September 25, 2015 City Council will be asked at its meeting Monday to approve two resolutions awarding contracts with Community Asphalt Corp. and Ajax Paving Industries for local and major road repaving project. more »»

Lee Physician Group opens integrative medicine office

September 25, 2015 Lee Physician Group has opened an integrative medicine office at the Bonita Bay Club Lifestyle Center in Bonita Springs. more »»



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