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Otters raised by CROW released back out into wild

August 21, 2015 It will be an entirely new life for four otters, which were raised at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife from infancy to about eight to nine months of age. more »»

Last-minute fashion tips for well-dressed back-to-schoolers

August 21, 2015 School isn’t intended to be a fashion show, but for many students, fashion counts. more »»

First budget workshop draws questions

August 20, 2015 Members of the Cape Coral City Council council, along with the Budget Review Committee, had a lot of questions during the first of two days of workshops for the 2016 Cape Coral city budget Wednesda... more »»

Beach Fire chief placed on administrative leave

August 19, 2015 Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District Fire Chief Darren White was placed on administrative leave Tuesday. The action occurred at the District's Board of Fire Commissioners meeting. more »»

Wellness Center celebrates 15 years

August 18, 2015 The Lee Memorial Health System celebrated the 15-year anniversary of its Cape Coral Wellness Center with an open house on Monday. more »»

Pelican Elementary traffic issue brought to council

August 18, 2015 With public schools in Lee County back in session Monday, City Council is looking to help resolve traffic complaints homeowners say exist along Southwest 36th Terrace as parents drop off and pick up... more »»

Proposal for beach in Northwest Cape altered

August 18, 2015 There won't be a new public beach located in Northwest Cape after all. more »»

Edible gardening

August 18, 2015 Want to know what works when growing herbs in the hot, muggy climate here? You might want to come to this meeting. more »»

Artist becomes Island Cafe on the Bay’s ‘Napkin Lady’

August 18, 2015 Everyone knows that Pine Island and Matlacha feature a number of artists: painters, sculptors, craft jewelers, sketchers and Native American artisans. Now they can add “napkin artist” to the list. more »»

Sun Splash to host back to school events and begin weekend only schedule

August 18, 2015 With Lee County Public School District’s new school year beginning on Aug. 24, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is winding down its summer operating schedule. The park is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Hammond to speak at next meeting of Friends of Wildlife

August 18, 2015 Dr. Bill Hammond, professor emeritus, FGCU Ecology & Marine Sciences, will be the guest speaker at the Tuesday, Sept. 8, Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife meeting, at 7 p.m. more »»

Candidates seek votes from CCCIA members

August 17, 2015 After two weeks of forums and getting to meet the voters in a more formal setting, the 10 candidates running for city council in Districts 2, 3 and 7 have seemingly gotten more at ease on stag. more »»

Quick apprehension in ‘extremely violent’ triple homicide

August 14, 2015 A man who is in the country illegally has been arrested in the "extremely violent" murder of three family members, including a pregnant teen. more »»

Voluntary VPK options abound

August 14, 2015 More than 100 sites throughout Lee County have programs to give 4-year-olds a jump start on their education through the free voluntary pre-kindergarten progra. more »»

Rumrunners Celebrity Chef fundraiser set for Aug. 19

August 14, 2015 In its 11th year, the Rumrunners Celebrity Chef Dinner is happening next wee. more »»

Special Anniversary book inside today's Breeze

August 14, 2015 In August 1970, nearly 4,000 Cape Coral voters went to the polls with one key issue on their mind - to approve incorporation, or not. more »»

SFWMD awards contract for Caloosahatchee reservoir construction

August 14, 2015 The South Florida Water Management District today approved a contract authorizing the start of early construction on the massive Caloosahatchee River (C-43) West Basin Storage Reservoir projec. more »»

Cape budget workshops to begin

August 14, 2015 Starting next week, discussions regarding Cape Coral’s city budget for the 2016 fiscal year will get under way. The city council will hold a pair of workshops on Wednesday and Thursday at 4:30 p.m. more »»

State probes eagle nest destruction

August 14, 2015 An investigation is under way off Palm Tree Boulevard in Cape Coral concerning the removal of a tree that allegedly had an active eagle nest. more »»

Cape firefighters take part in ‘live fire’ training exercise

August 14, 2015 The Cape Coral Fire Department typically goes around putting out fires — it does not start them. But that was not the case this week at a vacant residence at 2216 N.E. 11th Ave. more »»



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