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County official discusses new fishing pier for Matlacha

November 26, 2019 Lee County Parks and Rec-reation Director Jesse Lavender discussed the design and construction of a new fishing pier for the Community Park in Matlacha last Wednesday night at the monthly Matlacha... more »»

ClamJam of Southwest Florida Seafood & Music Festival Jan. 26-27

November 26, 2019 ClamJam of Southwest Florida Seafood & Music Festival will be held Jan. 26, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Jan. 27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the German-American Social Club, 2101 Pine Island R. more »»

Lee County Community Band to presents ‘A Jazzy Christmas’ 

November 26, 2019 The Lee County Com-munity Band will present “A Jazzy Christmas” Sunday, Dec. 8, at Cape Coral High School. The free performance is set for 3 p.m. more »»

Four Pine Island residents facing drug charges

November 25, 2019 Last week, the Lee County Sheriff's Office, with the assistance of the ATF, conducted three residential search warrants at the homes of several alleged drug dealers operating within Lee Count. more »»

School District eyes tech program expansion

November 21, 2019 The district is exploring adding new programs, and possibly another technical college, to meet the demands of the community. more »»

First responders honored at Chamber event

November 21, 2019 It has become a tradition each November for Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce members to gather at FOS Furniture to pay tribute to law enforcement and fire professionals who have gone above and beyond... more »»

Turkey Trot: Annual 5K ushers in holiday season

November 21, 2019 Looking for a morning workout before indulging in all of the delectables Thanksgiving has to offer? The 40th annual Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk, put on by the Fort Myers Track Club and Lee Health, will... more »»

Cape Council to tackle solid waste collection challenges

November 21, 2019 In the wake of last week’s Cape Coral City Council meeting where numerous residents complained about what they say is the continuing problem with bulk waste sitting alongside the road for weeks at a... more »»

‘Catch the Vision’ provides citywide update

November 21, 2019 Those wondering what's on the horizon for developments in Cape Coral got the chance to “Catch the Vision” Tuesday night at Cape Christia. more »»

Fundraiser to boost fallen officers remembrance effort

November 21, 2019 A local nonprofit dedicated to touching the lives of families that have lost a loved one in law enforcement is hosting a gala event to ensure their work continues. more »»

‘Join the Fight’ to mark World AIDS Day

November 21, 2019 Join the Fight, a local effort to mark World AIDS Day, will be held this Saturday in Fort Myers. more »»

ARC to hold annual Starlight Auction

November 21, 2019 It is the event the Animal Refuge Center looks forward to every year, where it not only raises large sums of money, but also celebrates its successes throughout the year. more »»

ECHO hosts agricultural conference

November 21, 2019 In areas that struggle to grow food, it takes a lot of creativity to be able to get enough food for everyone in their homeland to eat. more »»

DeSantis announces ‘Bolder, Brighter, Better Future’ state budget

November 20, 2019 Gov. Ron DeSantis announced his "Bolder, Brighter, Better Future" state budget for fiscal year 2020-2021 this week. DeSantis' recommended budget is $91.4 billion. more »»

Players Circle Theatre prepares to kick off season

November 20, 2019 Players Circle Theatre, Lee County’s newest professional theater, recently announced its 2019-2020 inaugural seaso. more »»

Eagle watch

November 20, 2019 Every year at this time, attention moves to the Pritchett Farm in North Fort Myers as eagle cam watchers the world over wait for Harriett to lay her eggs. more »»

Fire Station #4 officially opens in Matlacha

November 20, 2019 Saturday morning, representatives of the Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District and Fire Commissioners “uncoupled” a fire hose formally opening Matlacha Fire Station #4. more »»

Volunteers sought for new theater in NFM

November 20, 2019 For a good community theater to run, it needs more than just actors. It needs people behind the scenes, from ticket takers to backstage people and talent handlers, to help make the performers shine. more »»

Council gives city manager pay bump effective May 2020

November 19, 2019 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag, who will retire at the end of November 2020, will receive a 15.6 percent bump in his base salary for the last six months of his time with the city. more »»

Cape residents continue to complain about trash collection

November 19, 2019 Shortly after starting her term three years ago, Cape Coral Councilmember Jennifer Nelson took a ride on a garbage truck to find out what problems, if any, the city's solid waste collection provider... more »»

 
 

 

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