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Island, Matlacha galleries to offer locals scavenger hunt at Art Night

June 11, 2009 Residents of Pine Island, Matlacha and the surrounding area sometimes grow tired of the seasonal crowds and oftentimes avoid attending events such as Art Night during the winter months, but now they... more »»

Staff opens time capsule buried on Skyline Elementary grounds

June 10, 2009 Teachers and staff from Skyline Elementary gathered in the school’s cafeteria Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the school’s time capsule buried in March 1995. more »»

Mack: 15 Southwest Florida students receive appointments to U.S. service academies

June 10, 2009 WASHINGTON – Congressman Connie Mack (FL-14) announced that 15 students from Southwest Florida have received appointments to the U.S. more »»

Two local men charged in child porn sting in Fla.

June 10, 2009 A Cape Coral man and a Fort Myers man were among those arrested in a statewide child pornography sting, which Florida officials announced Tuesday had led to 77 arrests and the rescue of five childre... more »»

Florida’s Blood Centers puts out donor request

June 10, 2009 With summer approaching, Florida’s Blood Centers has issued a donor appeal. more »»

Area employment forecast ‘weak’ for upcoming quarter

June 10, 2009 The employment outlook for the Cape Coral-Fort Myers metro area for the third quarter of 2009 is “one of the weakest in the nation,” according to a report released Tuesday from Manpower, an... more »»

Prescribed burns on Sanibel this week

June 10, 2009 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation will conduct prescribed burns on the Foundation's conservation lands in the Center Tract (along the south side of Sanibel-Captiva Road between MM1 and... more »»

Increased court fee on foreclosure filing approved under bill

June 10, 2009 Mortgage lenders looking to foreclose on a home can expect to pay higher fees to file foreclosure proceedings in court, thanks to new legislation that took effect June 1. more »»

Fight over improved water quality goes to Capitol

June 10, 2009 The battle to keep local waterways healthy is being fought not only in Lee County, but in the hallowed halls of Washington, D.C. more »»

Man charged in shooting death

June 10, 2009 A man investigators were seeking in connection with the Saturday shooting death of a teen in Pine Manor turned himself in to authorities Tuesday. more »»

53 students graduate from High Tech North

June 10, 2009 High Tech North hosted its 2009 graduation ceremony Tuesday night for 53 students ranging from teenagers to middle-aged adults. more »»

Injured officer still critical

June 9, 2009 The condition of a Cape Coral police officer critically injured in a traffic crash is unchanged this morning. Officer Damien Garcia remains in critical condition at Lee Memorial Hospita. more »»

Officer Damien Garcia remains in critical condition at Lee Memorial Hospital

June 7, 2009 Cape Coral Police Officer Damien Garcia remains in critical condition following a weekend of ups and downs at Lee Memorial Hospital where he is being treated for injuries sustained in a traffic crash. more »»

Second Cape cop injured in traffic accident Saturday

June 7, 2009 A Cape Coral woman was in custody at the Lee County Detention Center Sunday after reportedly turning into the path of an oncoming vehicle driven by a Cape Coral Police officer on Saturday night. more »»

Island Coast graduates first senior class from new building

June 7, 2009 Their numbers were small but their pride and spirits were high, as the first senior class of Island Coast High School accepted their diplomas in their new building on Saturday. more »»

Mariner grads accept diplomas at Harborside

June 7, 2009 When Mariner High School Senior and class president Dakota Sica lost a family member during his sophomore year, he said he found reinforcement where he least expected . more »»

North Fort Myers High graduation special for many in a special year

June 7, 2009 While all graduations are special for North Fort Myers High Principal Kimberly Lunger, this year was even more special for two reasons. more »»

Council faces another round in UEP battle Monday

June 6, 2009 The 6,200 homeowners in SW 6/7 and the 57,000 lot owners in North 1-8 could be facing assessments and fees averaging $17,000 and $6,000, respectively, if Cape Coral City Councilmembers... more »»

Survey: Trust still an issue with Cape residents

June 6, 2009 Cape Coral’s 2009 Citizens Survey, which revealed a deepening mistrust of city government, is providing fodder for critics who say city officials need to be more open in dealing with th... more »»

Dozier: Tax issue will not impact school district

June 6, 2009 Lee County School Board member Jeanne Dozier responded Friday to local media reports about her not paying a portion of her 2008 property taxes. more »»



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