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Cape man charged with helping steal merchandise from local store

January 4, 2019 A Home Depot employee helped steal over $6,000 over the course of a month and a half, according to a report by the Cape Coral Police Department. Thursday, Jan. 3, at around 7:30 p.m. more »»

Puppuccino Super Hero Pet Day to benefit Cape Animal Shelter

January 4, 2019 Scooter’s Coffee will be hold its Puppuccino Super Hero Pet Day, Saturday, Jan. 19, from 9 a.m .to 2 p.m. at the coffee house on Del Prado Boulevard. more »»

Flu cases see jump

January 3, 2019 Flu season, which began back in October, has officially arrived in Southwest Florida with more than 310 cases confirmed during the week of Dec. 23, according to Lee Health. more »»

High-tech jet sales firm home based in Cape Coral

January 3, 2019 The newest way to buy your own personal aircraft online may be coming from the place you might least expect, a small office building in the middle of Cape Coral. more »»

Burrowing owls may get city protection

January 3, 2019 The city of Cape Coral will consider on Monday an ordinance proponents say will better protect the city’s favorite — and official — bir. more »»

Cape’s first baby of 2019 comes Jan. 2

January 3, 2019 It isn’t often that Cape Coral Hospital’s Family Birth Center goes a day without a new baby, but that’s what happened on New Year’s Day. The joy would have to wait until Jan. 2, when, at 8:07 a.. more »»

Fort Myers Seafood & Music Festival this weekend in Downtown Fort Myers

January 3, 2019 Seafood lovers rejoice — a new fest has been added to the local events queue. more »»

CCFD: Errant flare caused New Year’s Eve boat fire

January 3, 2019 A New Year’s Eve boat fire has been attributed to a flare that landed in the vessel. Witnesses say they saw a flare gun shoot into the air around 10:30 p.. more »»

Cape in negotiations with possible new economic development manager

January 3, 2019 As the new year gets under way, city officials will be working on how to improve economic development throughout Cape Coral to build a better future for one of the fastest growing cities in the... more »»

Southeast 47th Terrace streetscape project nears completion

January 3, 2019 The South Cape's 47th Terrace Streetscape project that was expected to be completed in December, is tentatively set for completion early this year, according to official. more »»

Neighborhood Watch of Cape Coral to meet Tuesday

January 3, 2019 The Neighborhood Watch of Cape Coral, Inc.will meet Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. The group will host the first Quarter Citizens Meeting of 2019. more »»

Court affirms death penalty for Damas

January 2, 2019 The Florida Supreme Court has affirmed the death penalty imposed on a Collier County man who slaughtered his wife and five children nearly a decade ago by slitting their throats. more »»

Home show returns to Lee Civic Center

December 31, 2018 The biggest homes show in Southwest Florida returns to the Lee Civic Center this weekend, with a record number of exhibitors and patrons expected to attend. more »»

Man charged with burglarizing Cape business

December 31, 2018 On Saturday, Dec. 29, at approximately 3:12 a.m., Cape Coral Police responded to a burglar alarm at a business in the 1000 block of Santa Barbara Boulevard, S. more »»

A life-changing gift

December 31, 2018 Lee BIA Builders Care and Lennar Homes brought a life-changing gift to a Lehigh family on Dec. 2. more »»

Florida Commercial Watermen’s Conservation group forms

December 31, 2018 More than 100 people turned out recently at Pine Island United Methodist Church for a town hall meeting introducing the Florida Commercial Watermen’s Conservation group. more »»

‘A Day with Harriet’

December 31, 2018 With a new nesting season well under way, the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam has released its first children’s book, “A Day with Harriet," with plans to do more in the future and perhaps even a movie. more »»

Cape Coral FOP Lodge 33 treats local children to free holiday shopping

December 31, 2018 Nearly 50 children were treated to free holiday shopping on Saturday, Dec. 15, courtesy of the Cape Coral Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 33. more »»

Lee County Domestic Animal Services presents Pet Safety Program

December 31, 2018 Parents and children alike got some pet safety tips Friday, thanks to Lee County Domestic Animal Services. more »»

Randell Research Center, Captiva Cruises to offer six Harbor History Boat Tours through Pine Island Sound

December 31, 2018 The Randell Research Center is partnering with Captiva Cruises to offer six exciting Harbor History Boat Tours of Northern Pine Island Sound each departing on a Tuesday from Pineland on Pine Island. more »»



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