Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
Lee voters back County Commission term limits, expanded School Board

November 4, 2014 Voters opted to set term limits for Lee County commissioners and increase the Lee County School Board by two members Tuesday in the general electio. more »»

Clawson cruises to first full term in 19th Congressional District

November 4, 2014 Republican U.S. Rep. Curt Clawson had four months to show Florida's 19th Congressional District that he was the right person to hold the seat he filled when disgraced Rep. more »»

Eagle rolls to second House term

November 4, 2014 Dane Eagle culled a second term in the state 77th House District race Tuesday, capping an earlier victory in the Republican primary were he pulled nearly 64 percent of the vote. more »»

Council OKs Domestic Partnership Registry

November 4, 2014 Cape Coral passed the Domestic Partner-ship Registry ordinance at Monday night's final public hearing, but it was far from unanimous. more »»

CCFD participating in Medication Take Back Day

November 4, 2014 People can dispose of their expired and unneeded medications today at any Cape Coral fire station. more »»

Veterans Day event to close Midpoint Bridge

November 4, 2014 The Midpoint Madness Veteran's Day 5K will close the Midpoint Bridge from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 11. Motorists are encouraged to use the Cape Coral Bridge or the U.. more »»

Pohlman, Cautero to address NWNA Thursday

November 4, 2014 The city of Cape Coral's Steve Pohlman and Vince Cautero will update the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association on the city-owned properties formerly known as the “Thieman properties” at its... more »»

Early voting winding down

October 31, 2014 Lee County voters have two days to cast a ballot early before the Nov. 4 general election. Early voting remains open today and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.. more »»

Halloween safety tips

October 31, 2014 As tiny superheroes, scary monsters and fairy princesses take to the streets tonight to satisfy their shared sweet tooth, local law enforcement has some basic tips to ensure a safe Halloween for... more »»

Coconut Festival

October 31, 2014 The 9th annual Cape Coral Coconut Festival will kick off Thursday for four days of fun. First up, Coco Idol Night will offer the public a sneak peek at the festivities ahead from 5 to 10 p.m. more »»

City domestic partnership registry tops council agenda

October 31, 2014 Facing a very light agenda, Cape Coral City Council is expected to discuss at the final public hearing Monday night an ordinance establishing a domestic partnership registry in Cape Coral. more »»

Cape family first to benefit from WWA Act of Kindness Emergency Relief Fund

October 31, 2014 Wounded Warrior Anglers Act of Kindness Emergency Relief Fund changed the lives of a Cape Coral couple and their 1-year old son, Keygan, Wednesday, Oct. more »»

Plant nursery to host annual bonsai show

October 31, 2014 For centuries, the planting of bonsai trees has been known as an activity of contemplation to strengthen your skills in effort and ingenuity. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. more »»

Summit addresses homeless vet dilemma

October 31, 2014 One of the biggest reasons there are so many homeless veterans in Southwest Florida is because very few realize they can get help from the Veterans Administratio. more »»

Water quality protection and more sought with Amendment 1

October 31, 2014 With Election Day this Tuesday, a voter decision on one proposed U.S. constitutional amendment for Florida could weigh heavy on our local waterway. more »»

Woman injured in motorcycle crash remains hospitalized

October 31, 2014 A woman involved in a recent, fatal Cape Coral motorcycle crash remains hospitalized. more »»

Cape man injured in accidental shooting released from hospital

October 31, 2014 A Cape Coral man was released from the hospital following a recent accidental shooting. As of Thursday, Julio Angel Irrizarry, 20, of 959 S.W. more »»

Inaugural Veterans Country Jam comes to Civic Center

October 31, 2014 They didn’t quite pack the house, and one of the acts had to cancel at the last minute, but there was still plenty for fans to get excited about this past weekend at the first of what organizers... more »»

Fall back and ‘Change Your Clocks Change Your Battery’

October 31, 2014 This Sunday, Nov. 2, when you change your clocks for the end of Daylight Saving Time, be sure to change the batteries in all the smoke alarms in your house as well. Doing so can save your life. more »»

Yacht Club Pool closed due to broken pipe

October 30, 2014 The Yacht Club Pool will be closed until Wednesday, Nov. 5, due to a pipe break, according to city officials. The 6-inch pipe broke this morning. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web