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CCPD's Pankey named Officer of the Month

May 24, 2019 Cape Coral Police Officer Keith Pankey is being recognized as the Officer of the Month for May 2019. According to a report from the CCPD, on May 10, 2019, at 11:18 a.m. more »»

Arrest made in fatal bus stop hit-and-run

May 23, 2019 *Update: Hetherington's bail has been posted and he is expected to be released from Lee County Jail this afternoon. His scheduled trial date is June 24. more »»

Honoring those who have given all: Many ways to pay tribute to veterans who have fallen

May 23, 2019 While Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer, the day is designated to remember all who have made the ultimate sacrifice to their country. more »»

Inaugural Memorial Day parade set for noon on May 27

May 23, 2019 As the country prepares to observe Memorial Day this Monday, Cape Coral is doing its part to honor all of those who put their country before themselves and sacrificed their life fighting for the... more »»

Cape man seriously injured when car pins him against wall in his garage

May 23, 2019 Cape Coral Police are continuing to investigate a crash that sent a 74-year-old Cape man to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.   Wednesday, May 22, at around 6:39 a.m. more »»

CCPD seeks public's help finding missing woman

May 23, 2019 Cape Coral Police have asked for the public's help locating a missing endangered adult. Helen Fernandez, 36, of Cape Coral was reported early this morning as missing/endangered. more »»

SUN Trail grant not a done deal

May 23, 2019 A proposed $10 million multi-use trail in the north Cape would cost the city very little money, as much of it would be paid for by grants. more »»

Restaurant Week offers some Sizzle

May 23, 2019 Nothing brings people together like a good meal and a good caus. more »»

Lee TeleHealth, virtual care service, offered

May 23, 2019 Area residents and visitors can now access medical care for minor injuries and sickness from home, thanks to Lee TeleHealth, a virtual care service. more »»

Circuit court reverses decision on annexation standing

May 23, 2019 A circuit court of appeals has reversed the decision by a previous court regarding the standing of petitioners challenging the annexation of property in Matlacha along the Cape Coral border. more »»

School bus safety options discussed

May 22, 2019 With the tragic death of an 8-year-old Cape Coral girl in a school bus stop accident fresh on people’s minds, Cape Coral City Council on Monday listened to the city’s police chief and traffic... more »»

Council hears from China trip protestors

May 22, 2019 Just one week after Cape Coral City Council narrowly approved a taxpayer-funded trip to China for a city delegation of five, residents took to the podium Monday to express their displeasure. more »»

Yard Dog Charlie to host annual Memorial Day BBQ and canned food drive

May 22, 2019 Yard Dog Charlie will host his 11th annual Pine Island All American Memorial Day BBQ picnic and canned food drive at Woody's Waterside on Memorial Day, Monday May 27. more »»

NFMAA nurse named School District’s best

May 22, 2019 Gwen Boyd, nurse at North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, has been named Lee County Public Schools Nurse of the Year for her “priceless” service to students and staff. more »»

‘Lee TeleHealth’ virtual care service available

May 22, 2019 Lee County patients will no longer need to leave home when suffering from a minor injury or sicknes. more »»

Tickets still available for this weekend's River District Food and Brew Festival

May 22, 2019 Food, beer and live music enthusiasts are invited to the first-ever River District Food and Brew Festival to be held this Saturday, May 25, from noon to 8 p.m. more »»

State of Our Schools: Instilling brains, heart & courage

May 21, 2019 The Broadway Palm Dinner Theater was turned into the Land of Oz last Friday as Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion walked down the yellow brick road, touting all the School District of Lee... more »»

Cape man charged in hit-and-run pedestrian fatality

May 17, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been charged in the hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian on May 3 in downtown Cape Coral. more »»

Cape police investigating bank robbery

May 17, 2019 According to an alert from the Cape Coral Police Department, there is an increased police presence at Bank OK, at 61 Hancock Bridge Parkway, due to a bank robbery. This is an active investigation. more »»

City Parks employee charged with possession of child pornography

May 17, 2019 An employee of the City’s of Cape Coral's Parks & Recreation Department, Toby Sheaf, was arrested Friday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and charged with possession of child pornograph. more »»



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