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Share Lee County Courthouse memories as part of celebration

May 18, 2015 The historic Lee County Courthouse will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its opening in December and planning is under way for a special reception in honor of the occasion. more »»

Lee County operations make adjustments for Memorial Day

May 17, 2015 The Memorial Day holiday on May 25 will result in some closures and schedule changes for Lee County operation. more »»

Click It or Ticket enforcement wave begins Monday

May 17, 2015 Deputies with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, along with other law enforcement officers around the state and across the country, are joining in the 2015 National Click It or Ticket enforcement... more »»

Suspects sought for using cloned credit cards

May 17, 2015 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying two suspects who used a cloned credit card to make hundreds of dollars in fraudulent purchases. more »»

Lee County launches redesigned, user-friendly website

May 16, 2015 Lee County has launched a redesigned website that combines a fresh look with user-friendly navigation to neatly organize more than 7,000 webpages and documents. more »»

New home construction back on track

May 15, 2015 The number of new single-family home permits being issued shows the building industry in Cape Coral is healthy — and sustainable. more »»

$2000 reward offered for missing Maltese/terrier

May 15, 2015 $2000 reward has been offered by an anonymous donor for the safe return of Briley, a 17-month-old Maltese/Terrier mix that has been missing since the evening of Friday, May 8. more »»

Bald eagle rescued from Cape canal released back into the wild

May 15, 2015 Freedom certainly tasted good for the "Cape Coral Canal" bald eagle, after it didn't hesitate for a second to take to flight after being released back into the wild in Cape Coral Friday. more »»

Sheriff’s Office opened inquiry on radar guns in January

May 15, 2015 The Lee County Sheriff's Office apparently began questioning the legitimacy of its Python Series II radar guns in early January, according to emails between the department and state authorities. more »»

Hope PACE now offers programs in the Cape

May 15, 2015 Cape Coral now offers its residents a care center for older individuals, providing them with the opportunity to remain healthy, active and socially connected to others throughout the week. more »»

‘Reveille Revue’ at Cultural Park this weekend

May 15, 2015 After three years, the “Reveille Revue,” a show dedicated to our local veterans, will return to the Cultural Park Theatre at 528 Cultural Park Blvd. for four big shows this weekend. more »»

GCHS has solid Cape Coral volunteer base

May 15, 2015 Although the expansion of Gulf Coast Humane Society into Cape Coral is still two to three years away, the non-profit pet shelter already has a solid volunteer base awaiting its arrival. more »»

Military Museum to get a jump on Memorial Day

May 15, 2015 Veterans are invited to stop by the Southwest Florida Military Museum Tuesday, May 19, for a complimentary massage and a bite to eat, all while enjoying one another’s compan. more »»

Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy to honor six teen mentors

May 15, 2015 The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy will honor six mentors from Lee County with Teen Trendsetters Excellence Awards for leadership and service. more »»

Rescued Cape Coral canal bald eagle makes full recovery at CROW

May 15, 2015 The bald eagle rescued from a Cape Coral canal April 28 by residents, the FWC and the Cape Coral Fire Department has made a full recovery and is scheduled to be released back out into the wild today... more »»

Two killed, two injured in crash

May 15, 2015 A Wednesday crash killed two Cape Coral residents and sent another two to the hospital. more »»

Adventist Church completes $2.4 million expansion

May 15, 2015 Special to The Breeze news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Injured skateboarder improving

May 15, 2015 A Cape Coral skateboarder is improving at a local hospital after being struck by a van. As of Thursday, Matthew Stephen Sheung-Burden, 19, of 413 N.W. 27th Ave. more »»

Council to consider next steps for Bimini Basin project

May 15, 2015 Among the topics listed on the agenda for Monday’s meeting at City Hall, City Council will discuss the next steps for the Bimini Basin project as well as review the Village Square financial analysis... more »»

Jogger struck by pickup truck released from hospital

May 15, 2015 A man has been released from the hospital after being hit by a truck while running. As of Thursday, James P. Rosso, 20, of 2818 N.W. more »»



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