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Man arrested on school grounds weapons charge re-arrested after release from jail

August 27, 2013 A Cape Coral man accused of having guns in his possession while in a school parking lot was arrested again shortly after being released from jail after he reportedly violated a no-contact order with... more »»

Cape fire assessment approved

August 27, 2013 You could see in his eyes when it was his turn to vote that Councilmember Derrick Donnell was agonizing over it. more »»

Water discharges to be subject of town hall meeting

August 27, 2013 Col. Alan M. Dodd, district commander for the U.S. more »»

Survey for local businesses will help determine international business summit topics

August 27, 2013 Southwest Florida business owners and industry leaders are invited to take a survey and contribute ideas via an online form to help drive the agenda for a Dec. 12 international business summit. more »»

Man faces school grounds weapons charge

August 26, 2013 A Cape Coral man was charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds after police say they found two firearms in a vehicle parked in the lot at Oasis Charter School Monday afternoon. more »»

Area residents protest polluted Lake 'O' releases

August 24, 2013 Protestors lined the streets into Sanibel Island this weekend to shine the spotlight on poor water quality. They carried signs that read: "Dunk City, Not Dump City" and "Stop the Flow at Lake O. more »»

Red Cross, Lee County Emergency Management to offer Shelter Management Training Saturday

August 23, 2013 The American Red Cross, Florida’s Southern Gulf Region, and Lee County Emergency Management will be holding a free public Shelter Management Training Saturday, Au. more »»

Man found guilty of arson may have conviction overturned

August 23, 2013 A man found guilty of setting his Cape Coral home on fire may have his conviction overturned. more »»

Firefighters respond to car into canal

August 23, 2013 Two people fled the scene of a car-in-canal crash in south Cape Coral Thursday night but were located by police responding to the accident, officials said Friday. The crash happened around 11:30 p.. more »»

Utility expansion gets final nod

August 22, 2013 The next phase of the city of Cape Coral’s Utility Expansion Project received final approval Wednesday with neither the anticipated crowd or firework. more »»

‘Flats’ tourney to raise funds for two causes

August 22, 2013 The ninth annual The Flats Invitational Redfish Challenge Charity Fishing Event is still registering participants for the adult and children’s competitions, as well as a Texas Hold’em poker... more »»

Environmentalists to discuss Lake O releases

August 22, 2013 Local environmentalists will weigh in on water quality issues Monday when an expert-studded panel discussion on the subject convenes on Captiva. more »»

The few, the proud: Recruiters tap best of the best in Lee

August 22, 2013 Today, those hoping to become one of the few and the proud are facing a higher set of standards. Sgts. Cory Smith and Joel Slaymaker, of the U.S. more »»

Realty company opens training center in Cape

August 22, 2013 A state-of-the-art training center to be used to train not only its agents, but also the buyers and sellers, is what officials of one of Lee County’s top realty companies think will help the city... more »»

‘Cooking with Todd’ celebrates cooking with kids with cancer

August 22, 2013 By CAROL?ORR?HARTMAN news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Tax and fee issues heavy on Monday council agenda

August 22, 2013 The city is expected to finalize a number of budgetary items and also hear a presentation from its Budget Review Committee during Monday’s regular city council meeting at city hall. more »»

Ford’s Boathouse contract set for approval Monday

August 22, 2013 During Monday’s regular City Council meeting at City Hall, an administrative resolution is set to preliminarily approve the terms for a lease between the city and Ford’s Boathouse to replace the old... more »»

Laundry packets pose poisoning threat to young children

August 22, 2013 Cape Coral firefighters and paramedics are warning residents about a potential poisoning threat to children. more »»

Council at impasse over fire assessment options

August 20, 2013 Cape Coral City Council has one week to decide what direction it wants to go regarding a proposed fire service assessment. more »»

Every drop counts

August 20, 2013 There is still time to save a life — and get a free sandwich from Subway — by donating blood. more »»



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