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Council makes Budget Review Committee appointments

January 9, 2018 Cape Coral City Council filled three vacanies on its Budget Review Committee Monday. Bill Osborn, Michael Botkin and Beatrice Jacquet-Castor were named to the advisory panel. more »»

Updated: Man sought in CCPD bank robbery

January 8, 2018 Update: Cape Coral police are looking for the man who robbed the Bank of the Ozarks branch at at 61 Hancock Bridge Parkway West Monday morning. The man sought in the 9:30 a.m. more »»

Cape police continue to investigate bank robbery

January 8, 2018 At approximately 9:30 a.m. today, Cape Coral Police patrol units responded to an alarm call at Bank of the Ozarks, located at 61 Hancock Bridge Parkway West. The suspect fled prior to police arriva. more »»

$11 million Lotto ticket sold in NFM

January 8, 2018 The next Lotto millionaire might just be a North Fort Myers resident. more »»

Suspects sought in series of gift card thefts

January 5, 2018 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying several individuals wanted in connection with at least five gift card thefts at various stores throughout Lee and... more »»

Lee Health limits visitation of children due hike in flu cases

January 5, 2018 Lee Health has seen a sharp increase in flu cases — jumping from less than 200 cases during the week of Dec. 18 to more than 330 cases during the last week of December. more »»

Remaining drop-off sites for Irma debris to close

January 5, 2018 Lee County will close its two remaining Hurricane Irma public drop-off sites at 5 p.m. Sunday. Starting Monday, Jan. more »»

Teen charged in auto burglaries

January 5, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department announced this morning that Dysean Bryant, 17, faces two counts of vehicle burglary after being identified from surveillance video provided by the victim and aired o... more »»

City reminds Cape residents to follow watering schedule to avoid future restrictions

January 5, 2018 Low levels in Cape Coral's canals has the city is reminding residents to follow the mandatory two-day watering schedule for irrigatio. more »»

DOH advises against entering water at Tarpon Bay Beach

January 5, 2018 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is advising the public not to enter the water at Tarpon Bay Beach due to high levels of bacteria identified in routine testing, according to the city o... more »»

Updated: Temporary closure of Sanibel causeway road expected Friday afternoon

January 4, 2018 Updated: There have been delays and the move of the oversized trailer across the Sanibel Causeway affecting traffic will not take place until 3-4 p.m. today, Jan. . more »»

Citadel to Pentagon: Caloosa Cougar paves path

January 4, 2018 With nearly three decades of service invested in the U.S. Army, a former Caloosa Elementary School student was recently assigned to the Pentagon at the Department of Defense. Lt. Col. more »»

Hurricane impact expected to top $17.6 million

January 4, 2018 Cape Coral City Council will open its first regular meeting of the new year with an update on costs left in the wake of Hurricane Irma. So far, the city has paid $6. more »»

Heroes & Hounds Competition, family fest to feature K9s

January 4, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark will be going to the dogs this Saturday, and some of the best and bravest in the area will lead the pack. more »»

27th annual Saint Andrew Festival opens Jan. 11

January 4, 2018 Saint Andrew Catholic School will host its big four-day fundraiser starting next week. The Saint Andrew Festival will kick off on Thursday from 6 to 10 p.m. on the school’s grounds. more »»

Meeting on Littleton/Kismet realign set for Tuesday

January 4, 2018 Those who use Littleton Road and Kismet Parkway on a daily basis know the challenge it can be to get from one road to the next. more »»

Carioscia looks to serve on county Tourist Development Council

January 4, 2018 Cape Coral City Councilmember John Carioscia wants to make sure Lee County’s largest city to get its fair share of tourism dollars. more »»

Fresh Market to resubmit design plans

January 4, 2018 People who have been waiting for the new Fresh Market to come to Cape Coral may have to wait a little while longer. The store has decided to slow up the opening of its new locatio. more »»

Weavers of Char-Lee ready to ROC

January 4, 2018 In honor of a tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages, the 14th annual ROC Day will take place this weekend in Fort Myer. more »»

CROW to celebrate golden anniversary

January 4, 2018 Like many nonprofit organizations, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, formed out of a necessity after one individual wanted to help an injured bird, but had no place to take i. more »»

 
 

 

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