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Shrimp Fest tradition continues this weekend

March 13, 2015 By BOB PETCHER rpetcher@breezenewspapers.com Fort Myers Beach’s annual crustacean party weekend is here. The Fort Myers Beach Lions Foundation 57th annual Shrimp Festival begins at 9 a.m. more »»

Cape Council discusses strategic goals

March 12, 2015 What kind of city does Cape Coral want to be in the next three to five years and how does it get there from here? Those were the questions the Cape Coral City Council tried to answer during a... more »»

Island business owner forming Kite Club

March 11, 2015 Dave Axler, owner of Pine Island Cycles, has announced the creation of the Pine Island Kite Club. “It's a funny story about how I got into this,” Axler said. more »»

Council discusses plan to extend bar hours in South Cape district

March 10, 2015 At the urging of City Councilmember Rana Erbrick, the Cape Coral City Council heard presentations from Councilmember Richard Leon and Cape Police Monday night regarding the proposed extension of bar... more »»

Gulf Coast Village addition moves along

March 10, 2015 It is now only a matter of time before construction begins on the expansion of Gulf Coast Village, the 25-year-old, non-profit continuing care retirement community on Santa Barbara Boulevard. more »»

Investigation continuing into Bokeelia shooting

March 10, 2015 A Lee County Sheriff's Office investigation into the death of a Bokeelia man shot to death last Wednesday in an alleged confrontation with a neighbor is continuin. more »»

Kidney Walk

March 10, 2015 Proceeds from a fundraiser on Sunday will benefit the National Kidney Foundation. The 4th Annual Fort Myers Kidney Walk will be held at 10 a.m. more »»

County Fair comes to a crowded close Sunday

March 10, 2015 After a rainy first weekend, the Lee County Fair finished things off this past weekend as if it wanted to make up for lost time. more »»

Cape company celebrates rebranding

March 10, 2015 When employees at Legacy Education Alliance came in to work Monday morning, they had a huge surprise awaiting them — breakfast and a new start. more »»

Cape Coral man injured in weekend crash

March 10, 2015 A weekend crash ended with one driver taken to the hospital and another sent to jail. At about 9:24 p.m. Saturday, Ryan . more »»

Bokeelia man remains hospitalized following Feb. 21 accident

March 10, 2015 A motorist was improving at the hospital Tuesday after a recent three-vehicle accident. Scott W. more »»

Shell Factory planning St. Patrick’s Day celebration

March 10, 2015 Even though it’s only heading into its third year, the Shell Factory & Nature Park’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration has quickly become one of the largest in North Fort Myer. more »»

Classical concert at NFM Academy for the Arts March 23

March 10, 2015 Middle school students of the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts will have a rare opportunity to hear world-class musicians on Monday, March 23, when a world-renowned orchestra will perform a... more »»

Spring Training Food Truck & Beer Festival at JetBlue Park March 21

March 10, 2015 What’s the one thing Americans love as much as food trucks? Baseball! Food Truck Festivals of America is combining these two American passions Saturday, March 21, in the Spring Training Food Truck &... more »»

‘Passport Saturdays’ at Lee Clerk of Court March 21, May 23

March 10, 2015 Planning an exciting summer vacation with the family? Need to travel abroad on business? Do you have your passports ready? If not, plan to get them soon without missing a beat. more »»

Conservationists urge land purchases

March 6, 2015 Representatives from the area's conservation organizations held signs and spoke of the importance of stopping the discharges from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee River, which they said is... more »»

Utility relocations: Legislation proposes cost shifting

March 6, 2015 If proposed legislation regarding who pays for the relocation of utilities passes, it could cost the city of Cape Coral thousands of dollars more for road projects. more »»

Municipalization: LCEC: Utility study flawed

March 6, 2015 City Council members heard the flip side of the coin in the municipalization of the electric utility from LCEC at Wednesday’s workshop session. more »»

Sales tax proposal still on the table

March 6, 2015 The Lee County School Board is still looking at a half cent sales tax to help generate money needed to pay for new schools and pay off part of the district's debt. more »»

Touch-a-Truck: First-ever event in Cape Saturday

March 6, 2015 Cape Coral's first ever Touch-A-Truck event will take place this weekend for families. more »»

 
 

 

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