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Coast Guard has recovered one body, search for missing family continues

June 23, 2016 The Coast Guard recovered a body Wednesday and continues to search the waters off Sanibel for a family reported missing after they left Sarasota in a sailboat Sunday but failed to arrive in Fort... more »»

Water quality subject of summit

June 23, 2016 City leaders and experts came from both sides of Lake Okeechobee to discuss a subject that has started to have a negative impact on water quality and tourism: Lake Okeechobee. more »»

Area boaters asked to be on the lookout for missing family

June 22, 2016 The Coast Guard station on Fort Myers Beach Maritime Emergency Response Team is among the entities searching for a family that failed to arrive in Fort Myers after their sailboat was caught in heav... more »»

Account established to raise funds to help find missing swimmer

June 22, 2016 An account has been set in the hopes of finding a Cape Coral man who went missing Sunday. more »»

Fundraiser at Tiki Hut to benefit families of Orlando shooting victims

June 22, 2016 Heather Gasser approached her boss about wanting to raise some money for the families of the victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub mass shooting. more »»

Pear, Sawyer complete Swim Around Key West

June 22, 2016 Even for avid distance swimmers like Thomas Pear and Bill Sawyer, Saturday's 12.5-mile Swim Around Key West was the most difficult of the four times they have participated. more »»

Studio to hold Olympic-themed dance contest

June 22, 2016 An Olympic-themed dance contest will take place this weekend at a Cape Coral dance studio. USA Dance's Chapter 6049 will host the contest and more on Saturday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. more »»

Officers involved in shooting on administrative duty

June 22, 2016 Four Cape Coral police officers who were involved in the takedown of a gunman earlier this month after he shot and killed two people have been placed on administrative duty. more »»

Pine Island Elementary Principal Mazzoli reassigned

June 22, 2016 Pine Island Elementary School Principal Robert Mazzoli has been reassigned to another Lee County school. His last day at Pine Island Elementary was last Monday. “I've been here 9 years,” Mazzoli said. more »»

Cardiac Rehabilitation Facility unveiled at Cape Hospital

June 22, 2016 Cape Coral has long been known as the second largest city, area-wise, in the state of Florida. In recent years, the city has become the largest base of residents of any Lee County community. more »»

'Cyber Gardian' child sex crime sting results in 21 arrests

June 21, 2016 A joint effort titled Operation Cyber Guardian was conducted for seven days in Cape Coral resulting in the arrest of 21 people who are charged with online sex crimes targeting children. more »»

Community pays tribute to one of its own

June 17, 2016 They came from Cape Coral and Fort Myers, lining Skyline Boulevard to stand and wait. Most had never met Jeremy Charles Taylor; some admitted that they had only recently learned of his name. more »»

Bar hours: Economic impact study under way

June 17, 2016 As City Council member Richard Leon spends the summer hiatus working to pull together a new ordinance to permanently extend bar hours in South Cape by working with the private sector on the details,... more »»

School District eyes position cuts

June 17, 2016 The Lee County Public Schools preliminary budget includes the elimination of numerous positions, as well as new initiatives to save the district money. Superintendent Dr. more »»

Sliding into summer: Sun Splash Family Waterpark celebrates dads this weekend

June 17, 2016 Spend time with dad this weekend without breaking the bank at Sun Splash Family Waterpark. more »»

Eminent domain: Property owner cries foul over forced sale

June 17, 2016 An eminent domain claim by the City of Cape Coral against their five-acre property just off Pine Island Road west of Chiquita Boulevard has the Jeff Bunch family fighting mad. more »»

City to delay sending ‘undergrounding’ ballots in North 2

June 17, 2016 Input from property owners living in the North 2 utility expansion project area has delayed the mailing of ballots concerning a proposal to also “underground” electrical services in that area. more »»

New cardiac rehab facility opens Monday at Cape Hospital

June 17, 2016 Patients in need of outpatient cardiac rehabilitation at Cape Coral Hospital will undergo treatment at new, expanded facility with all new equipment beginning Monday. more »»

Catch the rise of ‘Coda Cutlass’ at Rack ‘Em Billiards June 25

June 17, 2016 By BRIAN WIERIMA news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Fraudulent schemes follow Pulse tragedy

June 17, 2016 Just hours after the mass shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub on June 12, phony social media and crowd-funding accounts were created by heartless thieves trying to take advantage of generous donor... more »»

 
 

 

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