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Back in session: Students return to classrooms Friday

August 9, 2018 More than 90,000 students are heading to school this morning, ready to tackle either their first, or another school yea. more »»

Women’s Council of Realtors to mark 60th anniversary

August 9, 2018 The Women's Council of Realtors Fort Myers/Cape Coral network is celebrating its 60th year as a member of the premiere real estate organization in the country. more »»

Cape Council to discuss parks master plan on Monday

August 9, 2018 The Cape Coral City Council will once again tackle the subject of parks when it meets Monday. more »»

Cape budget discussions commence

August 9, 2018 Two joint budget workshops between the Cape Coral City Council and its Budget Review Committee were an exercise where both looked at numerous "what-if" scenarios through the eyes of a computer mode... more »»

‘Hands Along the Water’ set for Sunday

August 9, 2018 Floridian's concerned over the water quality issues happening across the Sunshine State will stand together as one in a peaceful demonstration called "Hands Along The Water. more »»

‘SWFL Bleeds Blue:’ Support continues for fallen officer

August 9, 2018 The Southwest Florida community continues to come together to pay tribute to fallen Fort Myers Police Department officer Adam Jobbers-Miller. more »»

Four non-partisan school board races on the primary ballot

August 9, 2018 More than a dozen candidates are running in hope of garnering one of the four up-for-grabs school board seats in the Primary Election Aug. 28. more »»

Back to school

August 8, 2018 It's that time of year again when parents and students are heading to their schools for open houses, and getting ready to kick off the 2018-2019 school year this Friday, Aug. 10. more »»

Budget workshop hones in on charter schools subsidies

August 8, 2018 The first joint budget workshop between the Cape Coral City Council and its Budget Review Committee was an exercise where both looked at numerous “what-if” scenarios through the eyes of a computer... more »»

Crowley calls his felony arrest ‘childish’

August 8, 2018 On Monday, Chris Crowley was arrested on felony charges for alleged campaign finance violations. more »»

Temporary detours at Christa McAuliffe and Mariner middle/high schools modified

August 8, 2018 The temporary detours at Christa McAuliffe Elementary and Mariner middle and high schools due to Utilities Extension Project have been modified. Detour maps are attached. more »»

Area mayors ask County Commission for support

August 8, 2018 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners got a visit from most of Lee County’s mayors Tuesday, and they paid attention to their pligh. more »»

Cape man charged with homicide; accused of stabbing roommate

August 7, 2018 A Cape Coral man was charged with homicide after officers responding to an early morning call reporting a slaying found the man's roommate stabbed to death inside the home they shared. more »»

Cape officials: Efforts under way on the water quality homefront

August 7, 2018   Every time Cheryl Anderson talks about the blue-green algae crisis in Cape Coral, she gets a little emotional. As a member of Friends of Cape Coral Wildlife, that may stand to reason. more »»

Congressman Rooney requests federal aid for Florida algae blooms

August 6, 2018 In a letter to President Donald Trump, District 19 Representative Francis Rooney is asking for help. more »»

End of Watch: Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller laid to rest

August 6, 2018 Hundreds of family, friends and fellow first responders filled Germain Arena Monday to celebrate the life of fallen Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller. more »»

Congressman Rooney asks White House to declare State of Emergency for toxic algae crisis

August 6, 2018 Congressman Francis Rooney has sent a letter to the White House calling on the administration to formally declare a State of Emergency for Florida in the water of as pair of toxic algal blooms. more »»

Temporary detours at Christa McAuliffe Elementary and Mariner Middle/High Schools due to Utilities Extension Project

August 6, 2018 The city of Cape Cape Coral has announced access to the following schools will be temporarily impacted by the North 2 Utilities Extension Project: · Christa McAuliffe Charter Elementary... more »»

Mayor meets with Rubio rep on water issues

August 3, 2018 Cape Coral Mayor Joe Coviello says the city needs help getting businesses affected by the historic algal bloom sliming city canals back on track. more »»

Lee County launches webpage to update residents, property owners, businesses on algae response

August 3, 2018 Lee County today launched a webpage that will allow residents, property owners and businesses to keep up to date on the response to red tide in the Gulf of Mexico and blue-green algae in the... more »»

 
 

 

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