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Bears & BBQ fundraiser this weekend

March 27, 2015 The second annual Bears & BBQ will take place this weekend in Cape Coral for the first time. The event will run Saturday from 3 to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. behind the Dixie Roadhouse. more »»

Free fishing derby: Kiwanis to hold annual event for kids April 4

March 27, 2015 Children will have an opportunity to try their hand at fishing in Cape Coral — for free. more »»

Dock Dogs championships coming to Shell Factory

March 27, 2015 Get ready to see some of the most athletic dogs in the world run, jump and leap their way to victory, including a hometown favorite. more »»

Concealed Weapons application process to begin in Lee County on April 1

March 27, 2015 Beginning April 1, residents will be able to apply for their statewide concealed weapon license at the Lee County Tax Collector’s office in Fort Myers, 2480 Thompson Street, 2nd Floor. more »»

Charity American Vinyl Music Festival to feature music legends

March 27, 2015 Giving back never sounded so good: The American Vinyl Music Festival, featuring the American Vinyl All Star Band, chock-full legendary artists including Jeffrey “Skunk” Baxter (Doobie Bothers/Steely... more »»

Cape second grader among Best of Show winners

March 27, 2015 What started off as a Pinterest idea, turned into the Best of Show for one second grade student at Gulf Elementary School during the 2015 Southwest Florida Lee County Fair. more »»

Boat canopies, bar hours on Council agenda

March 27, 2015 Cape Coral City Council will hold final public hearings on four ordinances and one resolution at Monday’s regular meeting in Council Chambers. more »»

Cape Coral Police Department begins use of body cameras

March 27, 2015 The first police body cameras began hitting the streets in Cape Coral Thursday, officials said. more »»

Cape Coral -Fort Myers among nation's fastest-growing metro areas

March 26, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — The beautiful weather in Florida seems to be drawing more and more Americans, with the Sunshine State climbing the ranks of most populous states and fastest-growing citie. more »»

Ozzie update: Eagle patriarch continues to improve

March 25, 2015 Ozzie’s condition continues to improve during his rehabilitation at CROW. He is eating and drinking on his own and receiving medication and therapy. more »»

City Council continues public hearing on extended bar hours in South Cape

March 24, 2015 City Council opened the public hearing Monday night on an ordinance allowing bars in the South Cape district to stay open two additional hours on the weekend, then after a brief discussion elected... more »»

CRA board hears plans for new Downtowner Car Wash

March 24, 2015 Downtowner Car Wash owners appeared before the CRA Commission Monday night following the City Council meeting at City Hall with a proposed development for their third location in Cape Coral. more »»

Habitat home dedicated to volunteer

March 24, 2015 In the history of Habitat for Humanity, there has never been a home built in honor of a volunteer. more »»

Cape woman participating in EndoMarch Saturday

March 24, 2015 One local woman will join hundreds across the country to march on Washington, D.C., this weekend in an effort to raise awareness about endometriosis. more »»

Man injured in January motorcycle accident out of hospital

March 24, 2015 A motorcyclist has been released from the hospital after he recently rear-ended another motorcycle. more »»

Thousands attend ECHO Food and Farm Fest

March 24, 2015 They learned how to make their own peanut butter, squeezed their own orange juice and learned how people grew certain crops under specific conditions. more »»

Fort Myers Pro Rodeo sells out Posse Arena on first night

March 24, 2015 There was hardly an empty seat in the house as the PRCA Fort Myers Pro Rodeo made its third trip to the Lee County Posse Arena. more »»

Randell Research Center on Pine Island acquires 5 more acres

March 24, 2015 The Florida Museum of Natural History’s Randell Research Center on Pine Island, once home to the Calusa Indians, has acquired an additional 5 acres containing two important shell mounds. more »»

Edible Gardening Exchange relocates to Nort Fort Myers

March 24, 2015 After spending the last several years in Lehigh Acres, the Edible Gardening Exchange has moved to the North Fort Myers Recreation Center in hopes of getting more membershi. more »»

All You Can Eat Pancakes at the Museum April 11

March 24, 2015 The Invest in America's Veterans Foundation will hold an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast Saturday, April 11, from 8:30 a.m. more »»

 
 

 

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