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At long last: Decorated Vietnam veteran, with the help of a friend, finally gets a marker for his grave

October 31, 2019 “In life, if you leave this world with just one good friend, you've had a good life. more »»

Development project set for review

October 31, 2019 A Planned Development Project for a 336-unit complex in Cape Coral will go before a hearing examiner Tuesday. more »»

Cape Fire Department to hold citywide open house

October 31, 2019 Ever wondered how the fire department operates from day to day? This weekend, Cape Coral residents can get an in-depth look at fire stations across the city, interactively learn about services... more »»

Pride and Patriotism event Nov. 7

October 31, 2019 Pride and Patriotism of Lee County will hold its annual performance at Barbara B. Mann Hall next week featuring the youth of Lee County public and charter schools. more »»

Discussion of city manager’s contract on Monday’s Council agenda

October 31, 2019 Among the items set for Cape Coral City Council consideration Monday is the city manager’s contract. more »»

Tickets on sale for Cape’s 50th anniversary Jubilee

October 31, 2019 Cape Coral's 50th anniversary will be celebrated throughout 2020, marking five decades since the city’s incorporation. more »»

16th annual Calusa Blueway Kayak Fishing Tournament set for Nov. 9

October 31, 2019 A charitable fishing tourney with both a twist and an on-shore component for the whole family is set for next Saturday in Matlacha. more »»

Food truck competition Saturday at JetBlue Park

October 31, 2019 Approximately 20 food trucks will make an appearance at the SWFL Food Truck Nationals event this Saturday at JetBlue Park. RP Charities Inc. more »»

Aldi to open two new Cape Coral stores in November

October 31, 2019 Aldi will open two new stores in Cape Coral as part of its aggressive national expansion plan to become the third-largest U.S. grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022. more »»

CoCo Fest to kick off with sneak peek Thursday

October 31, 2019 The Cape Coral Coconut Festival will return to the Sun Splash Festival Grounds next week. This annual event organized by the city’s Parks & Recreation Department is set for Nov. more »»

Red Cross offers tips to help keep Trick-or-Treaters safe this Halloween

October 29, 2019 Halloween is just days away Thursday with little super heroes, cartoon and television characters out in their neighborhoods for trick or treat fun. more »»

City looks to help subsidize charter schools

October 29, 2019 At the rate the Cape Coral Charter School system is going, it will be financially unsustainable in five years, potentially jeopardizing the hundreds of jobs and thousands of students who work at or... more »»

Council debates salary for mayor’s assistant

October 29, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council had an issue regarding the pay of an executive assistant who works in the City Council office, and found the problem might not be with the worker’s pay, but the... more »»

United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee campaign under way

October 29, 2019 Over 800 people celebrated the kick off of the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee’s 2019-2020 Campaign at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall Tuesday. more »»

Volunteers sought for Monofilament Madness cleanup event this weekend

October 29, 2019 An annual event, which began after local anglers, Larry Davis and Dave Westra, who saw what was happening with monofilament fishing line, is now in its 26th yea. more »»

Full Plate Project in need of 2,500 turkeys

October 29, 2019 This year's Community Cooperative's Full Plate Project has a goal to collect 2,500 turkeys for the more than 120,000 people in Lee County at risk of being hungry this holiday season. more »»

Mickuleit: M/PIFCD Fire Station #4 operational

October 29, 2019 Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Chief Ben Mickuleit announced that as of Oct. 23, the Matlacha Fire Station #4 is operational. more »»

Battle to protect Florida coast from offshore drilling continues

October 29, 2019 The fight to protect Florida's Gulf Coast from offshore oil and gas drilling is far from over. That was the update delivered on Oct. more »»

LeeTran to host Mobility Week open house Friday

October 29, 2019 LeeTran will hold an open house event in conjunction with the Florida Department of Transporta-tion’s Mobility Week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. more »»

FEMA awards Lee County School District more than $3 million for Hurricane Irma expenses

October 25, 2019 FEMA has approved $3,012,908 for the State of Florida to help the Lee County School District defray the costs of responding to Hurricane Irma under FEMA’s Public Assistance Progra. more »»



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