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Platinum Coast Cat Fanciers cancel show planned for July

July 8, 2009 Cat fanciers might have to wait until December to indulge their feline passions. Then again, they might have to wait even longer. more »»

MangoMania to offer fruit, music and contests

July 8, 2009 Each year people from all over gather to celebrate the area’s bounty of fresh tropical fruit and get a taste of what life is like on Pine Island. more »»

Qualification opens for Cape mayor, council seats

July 7, 2009 At least four people officially qualified Monday to run in Cape Coral’s municipal elections, taking advantage of the first day of the qualification period. more »»

Three family members transported to hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning

July 7, 2009 Three family members were taken to the hospital late Tuesday after Cape police and fire responded to an open line 9-1-1 call and found the family unconscious in their home and excessive levels of... more »»

Tentative millage rate agreed upon by county officials

July 7, 2009 Lee County residents will not experience a major reprieve in their property taxes, but at least things will not get much worse. more »»

SW Florida Crime Stoppers adds Cape man to ‘wanted’ list

July 7, 2009 A Cape Coral man, still on the run Monday from authorities following a June 25 torture and beating incident, has been added to Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers’ 10 Most Wanted Criminals list,... more »»

Suicide prevention center marks 1st anniversary with open house

July 7, 2009 Southwest Florida’s only suicide prevention center, located in Cape Coral, is celebrating its one-year anniversary toda. more »»

UEP meetings set for North 1-8 property owners

July 7, 2009 A series of meetings this week, designed to outline payment options for the 57,000 lot owners north of Pine Island Road who are facing assessments averaging $6,000 for water utilities, is likely to... more »»

Area woman joins Leadership Florida

July 7, 2009 Hope HealthCare Services Chief Executive Officer Samira K. more »»

Police: Cape man burglarized two homes, stole items inside

July 7, 2009 A Cape Coral man was arrested and charged in two separate burglary incidents, one reported May 20 and another this past weekend, officials said Monday. Joey Ray Sepulveda, 23, of 3023 S.W. more »»

All American Picnic kicks off holiday celebration

July 6, 2009 Nothing is more American than apple pie on the Fourth of July and a 2009 winner of the Apple Pie Baking Contest was named at Cape Harbour's Great American Picnic. more »»

Red, White and BOOM!, Cape Coral’s Independence Day crescendo

July 6, 2009 For twenty years the City of Cape Coral has played host to the largest Fourth of July celebration in Southwest Florida. more »»

Pine Island welcomes five special visitors

July 6, 2009 By MARIANNE PATON pineisland@breezenewspapers. more »»

Junior Lifeguard Camp offers team building and life skills

July 6, 2009 By ANDREA GALABINSKI nfmneighbor@breezenewspapers. more »»

Special meeting called to address UEP frustrations

July 3, 2009 Cape Coral city council members have called a special meeting on the utilities expansion project in answer to residents who walked out of a meeting designed to outline the payment... more »»

Keeping the mentally ill out of jail

July 3, 2009 By Clinton Burton, The man, we’ll call him David, ambled down the avenu. more »»

Red, White & BOOM! to offer area’s largest July 4th celebration

July 3, 2009 There’s no shortage of entertainment on the Fourth of July in Cape Coral. Two events highlight our nation’s birthday, with fireworks, music, food, free stuff, and tons of fun. more »»

Riverside Bank customers facing problems during transition to TIB

July 2, 2009 Some former customers of the defunct Riverside Bank of the Gulf Coast were left unable to complete transactions last weekend as TIB Bank, which took over Riverside in February when it failed, moved... more »»

County property values drop 22.7 percent over year

July 2, 2009 Lee County property values are in a free fall, plummeting 22.7 percent from last year. more »»

Health department receives cell photos of youths, rabid bat

July 2, 2009 The Lee County Health Department has identified a young girl who was seen playing with a rabid bat June 15 at the Fort Myers Beach pie. more »»



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