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Man shot, police searching for suspect in Cape shooting

September 1, 2013 Cape Coral police are searching for the man who pulled a handgun and shot another man twice while in a parked car on Southwest 47th Terrace Saturday night. more »»

Councilmember Kevin McGrail to host Town Hall Meeting Saturday

August 30, 2013 District #6 Councilmember Kevin McGrail will hold a town hall meeting on Saturday, Aug. 31, from 10 a.m. to noon. more »»

Early voting opens Saturday

August 29, 2013 Early voting for the Sept. 10 city council primary opens Saturday. Early voting will take place Saturday, Aug. 31, and Tuesday, Sept. 3 to Saturday, Sept. 7. Elections offices will be open 9 a.m. more »»

For sale: The state is looking to sell off property to fund the purchase of more valuable conservation land

August 29, 2013 Parcels of state-owned lands — some in Lee County — are being assessed for their conservation value to determine if they can be sold to help fund the purchase of additional lands that have a higher... more »»

Candidates gear up for the primary

August 29, 2013 They’re knocking on doors, shaking hands with residents, holding forums and making phone calls. more »»

‘Fill the boot’ steps off Friday

August 29, 2013 The Cape Coral Professional Firefighters Local 2424 will host a “Fill the Boot” drive starting Friday and running throughout the weekend to help raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. more »»

2013 Rumrunner’s Celebrity Chef Auction breaks all records

August 29, 2013 The 10th annual Rumrunners Celebrity Chef Night “Culinary Castaway,” presented by Corporate Spending Innovations to benefit the Golisano Childen’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, was held Aug. more »»

Cape Coral named ‘safest driving city’

August 29, 2013 Cape Coral was ranked as the safest driving city in Florida, according to a recent report. more »»

Firefighters undergo water training

August 29, 2013 Southwest Florida is largely defined by its waterways. Local waters are used for recreation, commerce, transportation and industry. Occasionally an emergency happens. more »»

Bo goes for world record at Shell Factory

August 29, 2013 A film crew from “across the pond” was there, as were some of the most athletic dogs from all over North America and their owners. more »»

Garden of knowledge

August 28, 2013 It was a day of work for the students at Trafalgar Middle School on Saturday. And, no, it wasn’t because of Saturday detention. more »»

Gov. Scott proffers project to mitigate water woes

August 28, 2013 Gov. Rick Scott announced a $90 million environmental project Wednesday morning to ease the flow of freshwater releases into Southwest Florida. more »»

Local dog team to attempt televised world record

August 28, 2013 A Cape Coral woman is hoping Bo knows how to jump high and far. more »»

Cape Coral woman charged with striking man on San Carlos Boulevard, leaving scene of accident

August 28, 2013 A Cape Coral motorist is accused of striking a man with her van and seriously injuring him. Deborah Ann Dupuie, 45, of 3021 S.E. more »»

City approves terms of lease for Ford’s Boathouse

August 28, 2013 It was a night in which a lot of things were changed around by City Council. Many items set to the back of the meeting were brought forward earlier in anticipation of the fire assessment vote. more »»

Cape in the running for Hertz customer service

August 27, 2013 Imagine being able to go up to a kiosk at the airport and with the snap of a finger, be able to rent a car with a real-life human being on the other sid. more »»

Experts say poor water quality impacts local economy

August 27, 2013 Poor water quality is not only a danger for marine life, but the Southwest Florida economy as well. more »»

Council member dispute results in 'cease-and-desist' letter

August 27, 2013 An accusation made/accusation denied dispute between Cape Coral council members Chris Chulakes-Leetz and John Carioscia has taken another turn. more »»

Storms, lightning keep Cape firefighters busy

August 27, 2013 Cape Coral Fire Department firefighters were kept busy Monday after afternoon storms resulted in several lightning strikes to homes and transformers. Fortunately nobody was injured. more »»



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