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Clerk of Courts Self Help Center to open April 18

April 10, 2018 Clerk of Courts Linda Doggett has launched a new service for Lee County residents, giving them easier access to self representation in civil court. more »»

Additional volunteers needed for CCPD unit

April 10, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is still in need of new volunteers for administrative positions in the lobby of the Police Department as well as at City Hall. more »»

Fort Myers man arrested on drug charge near Cape Elementary

April 9, 2018 Police answering a call of a suspicious vehicle near Cape Coral Elementary School made a drug-elated arrest after they found methamphetamine in the vehicle. more »»

Free rides on LeeTran buses for Try Transit Day

April 6, 2018   Lee County Transit, LeeTran, will be offering free rides on all fixed-route buses for Try Transit Day Friday, April 20. more »»

Man arrested after intentionally ramming vehicle head-on

April 6, 2018 A man was arrested Thursday night after battering a victim not only with his hands, but with a vehicle after he intentionally crashed into the victim's car with his pickup truck, according to a... more »»

Matlacha Community Center, park and boat ramp to close temporarily for parking lot maintenance

April 6, 2018 The Matlacha Community Center, park and boat ramp at 4577 Pine Island Road, Matlacha, will be closed Tuesday, April 17, through Thursday, April 19, for routine parking lot maintenanc. more »»

Deputies seek information on hit-and-run crash

April 6, 2018 Lee County deputies are hoping someone can provide information on a hit-and-run accident that occurred Thursday night, April 5, next to a popular ice cream shop. more »»

Matlacha Bridge lighting work slated

April 6, 2018 Lanes on the Matlacha Bridge will be closed intermittently from 9 p.m., Thursday, April 12, to 5 a.m., Friday, April 13, as workers repair four damaged street lights. more »»

Bimini has potential, good infrastructure deemed key

April 5, 2018 The much-hoped for redevelopment of Bimini Basin has potential and challenges alike. more »»

Cardboard boat regatta cancelled

April 5, 2018 After 24 years of the Rotary of Cape Coral putting on its annual cardboard boat regatta, this year’s race has been torpedoed due to high bacteria levels in Bimini Basin. more »»

City Charter rally set for Saturday

April 5, 2018 The City of Cape Coral Charter School Authority Rally returns for its fifth year this Saturday complete with music, food, rides, games and vendors at the German American Club of Cape Coral. more »»

Taste of the Cape Food, music and crafts featured at Sunday’s event

April 5, 2018 The annual Taste of the Cape has extended its hours this year to give attendees more time to enjoy food from local restaurants, craft vendors and live music. Taste of the Cape will be held from 11 a. more »»

Luxury apartment community now leasing

April 5, 2018 Cape Coral's tight rental market is getting a boost— a big boost. more »»

Touch-A-Truck to feature more than 30 vehicles

April 5, 2018 The third annual Cape Coral Touch-A-Truck fundraiser will move to the revamped Lafayette Street in the South Cape where it will be turned into a street festival this Saturday. more »»

Kiwanis free fishing derby returns for the 30th year

April 5, 2018 Boys and girls, get ready for the 30th annual Free Fishing Derby at the Cape Coral Yacht Club, complete with plenty of prizes this Saturday. more »»

Sanibel journalist faces sex offense voyeurism charges

April 5, 2018 A journalist who worked on Sanibel is facing three felony charges after he reportedly used a cell phone to take photos and video up a woman's skirt during a recent island festival. more »»

City Charter rally set for Saturday

April 5, 2018 The City of Cape Coral Charter School Authority Rally returns for its fifth year this Saturday complete with music, food, rides, games and vendors at the German American Club of Cape Coral. more »»

Cape looks to adjust South Cape noise regulations

April 5, 2018 The city of Cape Coral may increase allowable “noise” levels in the South Cape Entertainment District. more »»

County impact fee increase has minimal effect in the Cape

April 5, 2018 Although Lee County increased its impact fees last month, new construction in the city of Cape Coral will not see the same increases as the unincorporated areas. more »»

BBQ Bands & Brew set for Sunday at Centennial Park

April 5, 2018 The popular BBQ Bands & Brew fundraiser has changed locations this year to Centennial Park, providing attendees with more space to enjoy the delicious food, local bands and a variety of activities... more »»

 
 

 

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