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The Cape Coral City Council gave its Parks Master Plan great reviews Monday. [Read More]
Dozens of pro-life activists rallied in front of U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson's offices on Monday to urge confirmation of U.S. [Read More]
Wearing black, carrying signs and even a coffin, more than 3,000 people turned out Saturday to mourn the death of a river. [Read More]
Hundreds of area residents joined hands along the riverfront at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Sunday in solidarity with like-minded peaceful protestors... [Read More]
A Fort Myers man accused of shooting a Fort Myers Police Department officer has been indicted for first degree murder. [Read More]
Efforts to mitigate water-quality issues throughout Lee County continue under the leadership of the Lee Board of County Commissioners with county... [Read More]
William Augustine Christopher Oakland, 96, of Cape Coral, passed away Tuesday, August 7, 2018. [Read More]
To the editor: The issue of red tides, green algae, hundreds of thousands of dead fish, dead sea turtles, dead manatees. [Read More]
To the editor: For years the South Florida Clean Water Movement eco activism group has been trying to send out warning signs, (more like S.O. [Read More]
Cape Coral Hooters hosted a Safety Day program Saturday, Aug. 4, in partnership with the Cape Coral Police Department and Cape Coral Fire Department. [Read More]
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Black will be the guest speaker at the next Gulf Coast Writers meeting, Saturday, Aug. 18. [Read More]
The Uncommon Friends Foundation recently held its annual board of directors retreat at Babcock Ranch and named its slate of officers for 2018-2019. [Read More]
Calling all super heroes! Students, mentors and businesses are wanted! Join LARC (Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens) for Job-A-Palooza, the... [Read More]
Nathan's Famous will formally unveil a contemporary new restaurant design at 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. [Read More]
Eight-Foot Brewing LLC in Cape Coral opened on July 28 to debut its handcrafted brews at new establishment at 4417 S.E. [Read More]
More than 300 children will go back to school this fall with backpacks and school supplies, thanks to items collected by employees at the Cape... [Read More]
Utility workers stumbled upon a mammoth piece of prehistoric history last month when a long bone fragment was found during the North 2 Utility... [Read More]
More than 90,000 students are heading to school this morning, ready to tackle either their first, or another school year. [Read More]
The Cape Coral City Council will once again tackle the subject of parks when it meets Monday. [Read More]
Floridian's concerned over the water quality issues happening across the Sunshine State will stand together as one in a peaceful demonstration... [Read More]
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