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New composite in parking lot shooting released; reward upped to $6,000

December 15, 2014 Despite the many leads, authorities are still searching for the man responsible for the Nov. 18 killing of a store manager outside the T.J. Maxx in Cape Coral. more »»

Search continues for missing kayaker

December 15, 2014 The search for missing kayaker, Andrew Barber, continued Monday morning, as the Lee County Sheriff Department and the Fish and Wildlife concentrated on the area near the Sanibel Causeway. more »»

Kayak Club update presented

December 11, 2014 Neighboring homeowners and interested residents got an update Thursday night on a proposed kayak training facility proponents say will bring millions of dollars in benefits to the city of Cape Cora. more »»

Two charged following north Cape shooting incident

December 11, 2014 Two Cape Coral men were arrested Wednesday after a shooting incident that left a woman wounded by a bullet fragment to the face and schools and daycares in the northeast Cape on temporary lockdown. more »»

Legislative plan: Lee School District tackles testing

December 11, 2014 The School District of Lee County has unanimously voted to file specific language for legislation regarding state-mandated testing and high-stake penalties for students and schools. more »»

Outside counsel to investigate complaint

December 11, 2014 The School District of Lee County unanimously agreed to spend up to $10,000 to have an outside attorney investigate a complaint against Superintendent Nancy Graham. more »»

Wreaths Across America: Saturday’s event honors those lost, buried at sea

December 11, 2014 Its theme this year is “Don’t say I should have — Say I did.” Event organizers hope you do; attend that is. more »»

Council debates vehicle purchases, bar hours

December 11, 2014 A request to borrow $4.5 million for public safety vehicles and equipment and a proposal to extend bar hours to 4 a.m. in the South Cape drew debate at a Cape Coral City Council workshop Wednesday. more »»

Police Volunteer Unit recruiting effort continues

December 11, 2014 The Volunteer Unit of the Cape Coral Police Department continues to recruit new applicants for the next academy training that starts in February. Unit Capt. more »»

Saturday’s Bike Night to have holiday theme

December 11, 2014 Given the closeness to the holidays, Santa Claus will make an official visit to the second Bike Night of the season Saturday night in South Cape Coral downtown district. more »»

Historical Society Museum to get new curator

December 11, 2014 Anne C. Cull, curator of the Cape Coral Historical Society Museum for the past 15 years, will retire at the end of this year. more »»

Cape council to consider bicycle safety initiative

December 11, 2014 The Cape Coral Police Department is scheduled to give a presentation on a bicycle safety initiative, which lays out the challenges facing cyclists and pedestrians in the city, during Monday’s Cape... more »»

‘The Nutcracker’ performances set for Saturday

December 11, 2014 Gulfshore Ballet, Southwest Florida’s premier not-for-profit school of classical ballet, is pleased to present the annual production of The Nutcracker on Dec. more »»

Organizations seek donations for the holidays

December 11, 2014 LSF programs have holiday needs Lutheran Services Florida, a statewide human services organization, has several programs for local youth including a youth shelter, counseling programs and a child... more »»

New CRA district nudges forward

December 9, 2014 After much debate and answers to probing questions, Cape Coral City Council decided 7-1 Monday night to move forward in the process of considering creating a Community Redevelopment Agency for the... more »»

Kayak Club expansion meeting set

December 9, 2014 The people who run a local kayak club have a vision of becoming a place where athletes worldwide can train, use the waters, and even stay during summer tournaments in all sports. more »»

Festival of Lights makes Cape a winter wonderland

December 9, 2014 Kids slid down a hill of fresh powder, and a light “snow” fell as the Christmas tree was lit with the help of Santa downtown, to the thrills of kids of all ages. more »»

Academy for The Arts to present ‘The Nutcracker’

December 9, 2014 It has become a Christmas tradition in the arts community, and on Friday, it comes back to the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. more »»

Cape man dies of injuries in single-vehicle crash

December 9, 2014 A Cape Coral man died Monday after losing control of his truck and crashing. At about 1 a.m. more »»

Blind fishing tourney seeks vessels

December 9, 2014 The Florida Council of the Blind is hoping to sign up dozens of local boat owners to volunteer their time — and their vessels — for a fishing tourney next year. more »»

 
 

 

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