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One-day youth gardening camp Thursday

July 7, 2015 The Lee County 4-H Club and Lee Parks and Rec will team up Thursday to host a one-day camp for youths who want to develop green thumbs or make fine art out of what we grow. more »»

David Lee Root Jr. Annual Memorial Fishing Tourney set for July 18

July 7, 2015 Islanders can help support the Trauma Center at Lee Memorial Hospital by participating in the 12th annual David Lee Root Jr. Memorial Fishing Tourna-ment. more »»

Rain doesn’t dampen spirits at Red, White & Boom

July 6, 2015 Thunder boomers and a deluge shortly after the gates open aside, Red White & Boom drew another sizable Fourth of July crowd, organizers said. more »»

Cape Harbour holds old fashioned picnic

July 6, 2015 Water balloon fights, hot dogs and brats, pets dressed in their patriotic best and live music was the perfect way for Cape residents to celebrate the Fourth of July early on Saturda. more »»

Fuccillo Kia holds huge giveaway at Greenwell’s

July 4, 2015 Lauren Divet was barely able to keep her emotions in check. more »»

Cape Coral man faces sexual battery charges involving child

July 4, 2015 A Cape Coral man was has been arrested on a sexual battery charge after a child told her mother he had touched her inappropriately. more »»

Lehigh Acres Man charged with aggravated child abuse

July 4, 2015 A Lehigh Acres man has been charged with aggravated child abuse after officials say he shook a crying infant, causing her to suffer bleeding to the brain. more »»

Cape Coral man charged with aggravated battery following incident involving knife

July 4, 2015 A Cape Coral man was arrested Thursday night after officials say he slashed another man with a knife following a verbal altercation. more »»

Qualifying begins Monday for Cape Council candidates

July 2, 2015 With four city council positions up for grabs this November with two open seats, incumbents and prospective candidates are gearing up in hope of sitting on the dais for four year. more »»

Property valuations: Uptick good news, officials say

July 2, 2015 The 7.75 percent increase in taxable property valuation in Cape Coral is great news for the city as well as people selling homes in the city, officials said this week. more »»

Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral selects Donna Germain as new president

July 2, 2015 After a nationwide search to fill its top leadership position, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral has selected Cape Coral native and Chamber veteran Donna Germain as its new president and CEO,... more »»

Cape Coral will be busy on the Fourth of July

July 2, 2015 There won’t be any shortage of things to do in Cape Coral this July 4, with two huge events guaranteed to keep you busy during the holiday. more »»

Germain named new Chamber president

July 2, 2015 After having served in many capacities over the better part of a decade, the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce has selected a proven employee and Cape native to serve as the organization’s president. more »»

Bobcat kitten duo transferred from CROW to Big Cat Rescue before release

July 2, 2015 The rehabilitation has turned into survival training for the pair of bobcat kittens being cared for at the Clinical of Wildlife Rehabilitation on Sanibel. more »»

Winn-Dixie to donate all profits on 4th of July to Wounded Warrior Project

July 1, 2015 Winn-Dixie announced Wednesday that on Saturday, July 4, all profits generated at its grocery stores will be donated in support of Wounded Warrior Project’s Independence Program. more »»

Area property values continue to rise

June 30, 2015 Over the past month, Lee County Property Appraiser Ken Wilkinson's staff found another 1 to 2 percent of increased value in Lee County property that can be tapped by the county's 91 taxing... more »»

Safe Kids urges vigilance to prevent heatstroke

June 30, 2015 In the past month, six children nationwide have died of heatstroke from being in a vehicl. more »»

Music Girl

June 30, 2015 A crowd is amassing around a street corner during the June Music Walk in downtown Fort Myers, as a rendition of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” is being belted through the ether, as smiles... more »»

Lost & Found

June 30, 2015 Heading west on Pine Island Road, in front of the Bridgewater Inn, islanders and visitors are greeted by a “welcome” sign alerting them that “Island Time Begins Her. more »»



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