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Services Thursday for motorcyclist shot in Cape shooting spree

June 15, 2016 Jeremy Charles Taylor, devoted grandfather, father, son and husband, will be laid to rest Thursday. more »»

Conference center plans move forward

June 15, 2016 Construction of a new conference center at Tarpon Point took another step to becoming a reality Monday night when City Council approved several amendments to the project development zoning and... more »»

In remembrance: Candlelight vigil set for Saturday in Fort Myers

June 15, 2016 A candlelight vigil is scheduled for Saturday in Fort Myers in remembrance of the victims and survivors from this past weekend's mass shooting in Orlando. more »»

Extended hours: Bar closing times to get another look

June 15, 2016 Cape Coral City Council has agreed to take another look at extending bar hours in the South Cape until 4 a.m. on the weekends. more »»

5 percent raise: City manager gets salary boost

June 15, 2016 Cape Coral City Council approved a 5 percent pay raise for City Manager John Szerlag Monday after rejecting a proposed 10 percent increas. more »»

Two digital billboards get Council approval

June 15, 2016 Lamar Advertising gained city permission Monday to put up two entry structures in Cape Coral with digital message billboards. more »»

‘Discover the Dinosaurs’ at the Lee Civic Center

June 15, 2016 They ruled the world 65 million years ago, and next weekend at the Lee Civic Center they return. They won’t be alive, mind you. Just the next best thing. more »»

Cape woman injured in Hardee County crash

June 15, 2016 A Cape Coral woman was hospitalized Monday following a traffic crash in Hardee County. more »»

Yacht Club boat ramp to close June 16 – 19 for final paving

June 15, 2016 The Yacht Club boat ramp will be closed Thursday, June 16, through Sunday, June 19 to complete the final phase of paving the parking lots. more »»

Cape council discusses possible capital projects

June 15, 2016 Cape Coral City Council took a look at several capital projects in the Parks & Recreation, Public Works and General Fund areas during a special workshop Frida. more »»

Ladies Tea to benefit Oma’s Heart Christmas gift program

June 15, 2016 There are only a limited number of tickets left for an annual fundraiser to benefit Oma's Heart. The Oma’s Heart 5th Annual Ladies Tea will take place on June 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

‘First Celebrates Freedom’ to benefit Soup Kitchen, food pantry

June 15, 2016 Hungry families and children out of school for the summer will benefit from an evening of patriotic music and fellowship at First Celebrates Freedom, presented by First Presbyterian Church of Fort... more »»

Council to revisit bar hour extension, prioritizes capital improvements

June 11, 2016 City Council agreed to take another look at extending bar hours in South Cape until 4 a.m. on the weekends and set priorities on some capital improvement projects at Friday’s special workshop meeting. more »»

Residents weigh in on undergrounding

June 10, 2016 More than 100 North 2 property owners turned out this week to get information about the proposed undergrounding of electrical services they may be asked to pay for. more »»

Cape shootings: DCF called to home last year

June 10, 2016 The Florida Department of Children and Families opened an investigation into the gunman and his family months before the tragic events that unfolded on Sunday and left two dead, plus the shooter. more »»

Council agenda: Bar hours, capital projects to be discussed

June 10, 2016 City Council members will discuss capital projects prioritization and reconsidering extended bar hours on weekends in South Cape at a special workshop meeting at 3 p.m. more »»

Summer Feeding Program provides free meals to children

June 10, 2016 Several sites across Cape Coral will provide free meals to children during the summer. more »»

Lake discharges discussed at SFWMD meeting

June 10, 2016 The discharges of water from Lake Okeechobee have had a major effect on the estuaries to the east and west. But if you’re looking for a silver bullet solution, it’s going to be hard to fin. more »»

Council meeting hiatus begins after Monday’s session

June 10, 2016 City Council begins its summer hiatus next week and it is shaping up to be much different from recent years. more »»

 
 

 

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