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Early voting opens Monday

October 16, 2014 As we approach two weeks before the General Election on Nov. 4, early voting is set to begin on a variety of area races and referendums. more »»

Oktoberfest: Annual two weekend celebration kicks off today in Cape Coral

October 16, 2014 It is that time of year again to break out the lederhosen, steins and famous “Chicken Dance” skills as the 29th annual Oktoberfest kicks off today in Cape Coral at the German American Social Club. more »»

Arrest made in bank robbery

October 16, 2014 A Cape Coral man accused of robbing a bank last week was behind bars Thursday. Jose Benitez Jr., 45, of 1330 N.E. more »»

Major fabric manufacturer relocates to Cape Coral

October 16, 2014 A major fabric manufacturer has moved its local office to Cape Coral from downtown Fort Myers. more »»

Cape shooting victim recovering at hospital

October 16, 2014 A Cape Coral man is improving at the hospital following a recent accidental shooting. On Thursday, Julio Angel Irrizarry, 20, of 959 S.W. more »»

Girl Scouts give Hope and Locks of Love

October 16, 2014 Earlier this month, 26 Girl Scouts sat down in the Shear Art Hair Studio in Cape Coral, bowed their heads and allowed stylists to cut off a cumulative total of 35, one-gallon size bags of hair to be... more »»

Raises, artisan brewery ordinance on Council agenda

October 16, 2014 City Manager John Szerlag is bringing a request before City Council Monday night to grant a 5 percent pay increase to the city’s non-bargaining sworn police officers, essentially the top... more »»

Cape Coral man dies in Collier County crash

October 16, 2014 A traffic crash Wednesday in Collier County killed a Cape Coral man and injured another. more »»

City Council addresses job classifications, reclassifications at workshop

October 15, 2014 City Council delved deeply into a proposed resolution for six job reclassifications and three new classifications during a workshop meeting Tuesday night at the Nicholas Annex. more »»

Group waves flags at busy Cape Coral street corner

October 15, 2014 American flags by the hundreds fluttered in the breeze Monday, wrapping around the RE/MAX Realty office at Del Prado Boulevard and Veterans Memorial Parkway in an undulating sea of red, white and... more »»

Health system implements Ebola protocols

October 15, 2014 Lee Memorial Health System officials are taking a proactive approach to prepare for the Ebola virus. more »»

Police offer reward, asks witnesses to come forward in child's shooting death

October 15, 2014 The Fort Myers Police Department is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the murder of Andrew Faust Jr., 5. more »»

Spectacular Fun

October 15, 2014 It was certainly a great way to spend a Friday night as hundreds of children and their parents gathered at Pelican Elementary for an evening of fun at the Pelican Spectacular. more »»

Woman involved in fatal weekend crash remains hospitalized

October 15, 2014 A woman involved in a fatal Cape Coral motorcycle crash remained hospitalized Tuesday. more »»

Cape man recovering from accidental shooting

October 15, 2014 A Cape Coral man is improving at the hospital following a recent accidental shooting. On Tuesday, Julio Angel Irrizarry, 20, of 959 S.W. more »»

Mariner students selected as Girls State representatives by Pine Island Legion Post 136 Women’s Auxiliary

October 15, 2014 Last Wednesday evening the American Legion Post 136 Women's Auxiliary on Pine Island recognized the two young women selected to attend Girls State Leadership Program. more »»

Local man places 12th in national Talent Quest

October 15, 2014 Pine Island resident Bobby Mann recently earned a top finish in the national Talent Quest competition. more »»

Playhouse to present Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’

October 15, 2014 Pine Island Playhouse is opening it's second season with "Frankenstein," Friday and Saturday, Oct. 17-18, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m., at the Fishers of Men Lutheran Church. more »»

‘Life On Pine Island Sound’

October 15, 2014 During the month of October, the Southwest Florida Historical Society has an exhibit on display focusing on “Life Around Pine Island Sound” in the early 1900s. more »»

Thanksgiving brings need for turkeys

October 15, 2014 Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and the Harry Chapin Food Bank needs to provide about 12,000 turkeys and chickens for families. more »»

 
 

 

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