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Bikers rally for injured Cape Coral police officer

June 29, 2009 Victory Lane Cafe in North Fort Myers was a scene of chrome and cacophony Saturday as hundreds of motorcycles roared, with bikers gearing up for a ride through Cape Coral to raise funds for the... more »»

Crash victim identifed as Cape woman

June 29, 2009 A Cape Coral woman was fatally injured today after a garbage truck sideswiped two vehicles and then rolled on top of her SUV, officials said late Monday. more »»

Business Watch gains popularity

June 29, 2009 In neighborhoods across the country, neighbors have seen great success in curbing crime with the Neighborhood Watch Program. more »»

Free workshops coming to Bayshore Garden Center

June 29, 2009 You can learn how to "Go Native," start a butterfly garden or “Fill Your Yard With Fruit” at one of the eight free gardening workshops now planned for Bayshore Garden Center. more »»

Cape Coral sings the blues on Saturday night

June 29, 2009 With double-digit unemployment and the highest foreclosure rate in the nation, Cape Coral is no stranger to the blue. more »»

Person of interest sought in Cape attack

June 28, 2009 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help tracking down a person of interest in a crime detectives describe as a brutal attack endured by a Cape Coral man for several hour. more »»

Cash cow? North Cape’s rural property owners protest near six-figure assessments for water services

June 27, 2009 In 2000, Cape Coral resident Tom Gamso bought a little piece of paradise — 11 acres in a city where most homes are squeezed onto 80- by 125-foot building lots. more »»

Search for kids who touched rabid bat goes worldwide

June 27, 2009 The Lee County Health Department has recruited the Centers For Disease Control to help locate three boys rumored to have been playing with a rabid bat on the Fort Myers Beach pier last... more »»

Freemasons dedicate cornerstone for new Cape police headquarters

June 26, 2009 Cape Coral police officers will soon have a new home, thanks to the nearly-finished public safety building that stands across the street from City Hall, on the corner of Nicholas Parkway and Cultura... more »»

CRA asks public for ideas on revamping golf course

June 26, 2009 The Cape Coral Community Redevelopment Agency is looking for ideas from residents on how best to refurbish the golf course and surrounding area that was incorporated into its boundaries earlier this... more »»

Four Cape youths recognized for role in their community

June 26, 2009 Four children from Cape Coral and two from Fort Myers are among 2,000 across the United States honored by the Kohl’s Kids Who Care Scholarship Progra. more »»

Sanibel beaches earn top spot in magazine

June 26, 2009 The beaches of Sanibel have been ranked among the 20 best beaches in America by Men’s Journal magazine. more »»

Island to mark Fourth of July with annual parade

June 26, 2009 Islanders and visitors will celebrate the birth of the nation with an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration. more »»

Police search Cape ‘party house’

June 26, 2009 Two residents face drug charges after a police search Wednesday evening of a Cape Coral home, which officials say was a well-known party locale and the site of a prior sexual battery. more »»

Afternoon downpour floods roads

June 25, 2009 Afternoon showers quickly filled Cape Coral’s streets with rain Wednesday, dumping more than 6 inches of water on some areas in just a two-hour spa. more »»

New law to help keep students out of justice system

June 25, 2009 The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice is anticipating a drop in the number of children referred for criminal acts following the approval of legislation changing zero tolerance policies in... more »»

Founder may shut down Operation Open Arms in 2010

June 25, 2009 Operation Open Arms has been so successful over the last four years that its success threatens its future existence. OOA founder and Pine Island fishing guide Cap. more »»

School district plans look into privatizing

June 25, 2009 In order to reduce districtwide costs and deal with this year’s budget shortfalls, the Lee County School Board is considering a privatization of its janitorial services, a move also being considered... more »»

CCCIA members get ‘green’ education at meeting

June 25, 2009 The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association laid the foundation Wednesday for its new Green Building Council, hosting its first meeting in an effort to help members stay on top of “green” trend... more »»

Authorities: Heat stroke possibly played part in Cape man’s death

June 25, 2009 A Cape Coral man died after suffering cardiac arrest during a basketball game Tuesday night, and officials believe heat stroke may have contributed to the incident. Michael A. more »»



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