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Boat captains discuss water quality issues at CCCIA meeting

September 19, 2018 The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association held one if the biggest dinner meetings in its history Thursday, with the main topic being what’s been on everyone’s minds: water quality and what ca... more »»

Water crisis program Thursday

September 19, 2018 On Thursday, Sept. 20, Ecological Laboratories and Mettaurer Environmental will host a free and open to the public presentation on the water quality crisis in Cape Coral and around the state. more »»

CCPD searching for missing teen

September 14, 2018 Cape Coral Police has asked the public for help locating a missing endangered juvenile. Kencade Lee Godfrey, 15, of Cape Coral was reported missing Thursday evening. Godfrey was last seen around 6 a. more »»

City: Aqualinda Boulevard to reopen tonight

September 14, 2018 Agualinda Boulevard, which has been closed between Southwest 32nd Street and Southwest 36th Terrace due to a raw water main break, is expected to reopen tonight, city of Cape Coral officials... more »»

Safe seafood: Properly sourced products are fine to consume

September 13, 2018 Red tide, blue-green algae, fish kills in the thousands. What’s happening in Southwest Florida waters has taken a toll on the region’s tourism, economy and ecosystem. more »»

City/LCEC reach draft accord

September 13, 2018 After nearly three years of on-again, off-again negotiations and contretemps, the city of Cape Coral and its electric services provider, have reached a tentative franchise agreement. more »»

Groundbreaking nears for Cape’s first animal shelter

September 13, 2018 A year from now, Cape Coral residents will no longer have to drive to Fort Myers to visit an animal shelte. more »»

Red tide brings red ink: Losses in the millions

September 13, 2018 The trickle-down effect of the blue-green algae and red tide events has moved through Southwest Florida businesses just as water releases have moved down the Caloosahatchee. more »»

Tickets available for ABWA Fashion Show fundraiser

September 13, 2018 Purchase a ticket for the American Business Women's Association Palms of Edisonia Fashion Show to help raise money for women looking to further their educatio. more »»

Campaign stop

September 12, 2018 Republican candidate for Florida governor, Ron DeSantis, once again took a tour of Southwest Florida waters, this time along side running mate Jeanette Nune. more »»

Pine Island organization discusses water quality

September 12, 2018 The Greater Pine Island Civic Association invited Calusa Waterkeeper John Cassani to its meeting last week to discuss the water quality issues Southwest Florida has recently been facing. more »»

FMPD: Cape man shot, killed in Fort Myers

September 11, 2018 The Fort Myers Police Department has released the identity of the shooting victim discovered Monday morning at approximately 3:16 a.m. at 2210 Cuba St. more »»

Sheriff Scott announces retirement; governor to appoint replacement

September 10, 2018 Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott has announced his retirement after 30 years of service with the agency: To the Citizens of Lee County: This letter is to inform you of my intention to retire as Lee... more »»

‘Dead zone’ identified off Sanibel

September 10, 2018 A “dead zone,” an underwater patch with no plant, or animal life, has been found off the coast of Sanibel by Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation scientists. more »»

"Help Bring the Green Back to Sanibel & Captiva" - support island businesses

September 10, 2018 When times get tough, the community comes together to help one anothe. more »»

Cape police seeking public's help seeking missing man

September 9, 2018 Cape Coral Police has asked for the public's help locating a missing man. Nicholas James Clay, 33, of Cape Coral was reported Saturday evening as missing endangered (threats to harm self). more »»

Going strong: Goodness-to-go

September 7, 2018 Residents still have time to participate in the designated "Goodness-To-Go Day" next week by setting canned goods, gift cards, or monetary donations by their doorstep. more »»

Still paying the price: Hurricane Irma

September 6, 2018 On Sept 10, 2017 Hurricane Irma made landfall over Florida, taking with it the lives of 84 people statewide, leaving millions without power and hundreds of thousands with property damage. more »»

9/11 Parade of Heroes set for Saturday

September 6, 2018 The Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library in Cape Coral is giving residents across the region an opportunity to pay their respects to those who lost their life on one of the darkest days in... more »»



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