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Charter revision board formalizes proposed changes

April 17, 2015 If a contemplated charter amendment hits the ballot this year, Cape Coral city council members and the mayor would no longer be compensated according to the number of registered voters per district. more »»

Effort to release dolphin from behind Chiquita Lock fails

April 17, 2015 It’s back to the drawing board for the NOAA Fisheries and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. more »»

Earth Day activities abound in Cape Coral

April 17, 2015 An abundance of Earth Day activities are being held throughout Cape Coral starting this weekend and carrying on through next week. Keep Lee County Beautiful Inc. more »»

Charter Review Commission to hold off-site meetings

April 17, 2015 The Lee County Charter Review Commission, starting this month, will hold meetings in the various Board of County Commission districts rather than at its typical downtown Fort Myers location. more »»

‘Everyone Has a Story’: Habitat volunteer feted on the Today show

April 17, 2015 Cape Coral resident Harold Elsesser has not been one to brag about his accomplishments, and when he made his appearance Thursday on the “Today” show with Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, nothing... more »»

Friends of the Cape Coral Library Spring Book Sale starts Thursday

April 17, 2015 Books, books and more books will be available for grabs next week at the Cape Coral Librar. more »»

International Beer Fest set for Saturday

April 17, 2015 Take an inexpensive beer tour around the world this weekend without ever leaving Florida. The annual South Cape International Beer Fest will take place Saturday from 7 to 11 p.m. more »»

JoAnn Cape entrepreneur finalist for FGCU award, Cape Spirits – Wicked Dolphin Rum

April 17, 2015 JoAnn Elardo is much more than an entrepreneur. She is a philanthropist who makes a difference in the community. more »»

Pedestrian improving following crash

April 17, 2015 A Cape Coral pedestrian is improving at the hospital after he was recently struck by a vehicle. Jason Ray Degraaf, 40, of 418 N.E. more »»

Chiquita Lock closed for three hours Friday to attempt to free trapped dolphin

April 16, 2015 The Chiquita Lock will be closed to boater traffic on Friday, April 17, from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. more »»

Habitat volunteer going on ‘Today’ show

April 15, 2015 In his 26 years of volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, Harold Elsesser has never been one for patting himself on the back or speaking about himself. more »»

Council tables pay raise discussion

April 14, 2015 The city's resolution seeking to approve a 5 percent pay raise and 10 percent shift of the pay range for 119 non-bargaining employees did not go through at Monday's City Council meeting. more »»

Tax time

April 14, 2015 Today is the last day taxpayers can file their 2014 tax returns and have them in on time. more »»

Ozzie’s fracture starting to heal

April 14, 2015 A callus, or new bone development, was detected on Ozzie's latest X-ray Tuesday, which is good news for the celebrity bald eagle cam sta. more »»

LMHS to provide information for public on National Health Care Decisions Day

April 14, 2015 Cape Coral Hospital will provide information about advanced directives on Thursday. more »»

Local officials react to state rep’s school funding suggestions

April 14, 2015 The School District of Lee County responded to a list of solutions that Rep. Matt Caldwell feels would help the district overcome financial deficits to build new schools without raising taxes. more »»

State shuffleboard champs crowned in NFM

April 14, 2015 The best shuffleboard players in the state came to the North Fort Myers Recreation Center, the location of the Lee County Shuffleboard Club to participate in the premier event of the state... more »»

Motorcyclist dies from injuries suffered in crash

April 14, 2015 A Cape Coral man has died at the hospital after his motorcycle recently collided with an SUV. more »»

Teen who rode bike into vehicle’s path released from hospital

April 14, 2015 A Cape Coral teen has been released from the hospital after his bicycle was struck by a truck. As of Tuesday, Nicholas A. Golod, 14, of 414 S.E. more »»

Antique show at Shell Factory gains increased interest

April 14, 2015 While the Taste of North Fort Myers was just getting started Sunday morning at the Shell Factory, another event was happening over the bridge in the front parking lot which has been flying under the... more »»

 
 

 

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