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Cape man accused in deadly shooting

July 21, 2009 Police arrested and charged a Cape Coral man Sunday in a Fort Myers shooting death that occurred Friday evening. Demarro Deshawn Battle, 21, of 632 S.E. 13th Ave. more »»

Stewart sets sight on Lee County job

July 21, 2009 Cape Coral City Manager Terry Stewart will seek the Lee County manager position, recently vacated by Don Stilwell when he was ousted by county commissioners for forwarding sexually explicit e-mails. more »»

Kottkamp announces bid for Florida AG

July 21, 2009 Florida Lt. Gov. Jeff KottKamp announced his intention to run for state attorney general Monday. more »»

County installs cameras to catch red light runners

July 21, 2009 The next time drivers head over the Midpoint Bridge they should be careful when they come to the Summerlin Road intersection, they just might have their picture taken. more »»

PACE Center for Girls searching for volunteers

July 21, 2009 Volunteers are needed to help tutor students enrolled at Lee County’s PACE Center for Girls. more »»

FGCU to host conference for substitute teachers

July 21, 2009 Florida Gulf Coast University will host a national substitute teacher’s conference this weekend where substitutes from Lee County will attend workshops side by side with educators from across the... more »»

Bridge Networking Group meets monthly in North Fort Myers

July 20, 2009 It started out simply as a group of friends meeting for breakfast at a Perkins Restaurant. Now, two years later, The Bridge Networking Group Inc. more »»

Public input under way on UEP

July 20, 2009 11:52 p.m. The 57,000 lot owners in North 1-8 have been spared an average $6,000 in assessments and fees, thanks largely to Councilmember Gloria Tate's change in vote. more »»

Cruising back into the history of Matlacha

July 20, 2009 Six lucky readers of the “Honor” series written by Matlacha author Bob Macomber were recently treated to an unusual cruise on the waters of Matlacha Pass. more »»

Pioneer Days celebrate western migration

July 20, 2009 About 100 people gathered at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cape Coral Saturday to celebrate Pioneer Days, commemorating the 162nd anniversary of the migration of 70,000 people... more »»

Ms. Oktoberfest 2009 crowned

July 20, 2009 When Diana Holden heads to Germany later this year it will be one of many happy returns. The 34 year-old North Naples woman won the M. more »»

Unemployment hits 13 percent

July 18, 2009 There has been no reprieve for the unemployed in Lee County. Lee County’s unemployment rate hit 13 percent for the month of June, up from a revised rate of 12. more »»

City torn asunder: UEP pits Cape's north against south

July 18, 2009 After endless debate, countless public meetings, and numerous votes (both for and against), the final vote on the next two phases of the contentious utilities expansion project will be held Monday. more »»

Candidates weigh in on utility expansion

July 18, 2009 As Monday’s expected Utilities Expansion Project votes looms, the votes cast by city council are likely to become fodder for the municipal election ahead. more »»

Proposed budget for Cape calls for millage increase

July 17, 2009 Cape Coral residents could see their property tax rate rise 63 percent in the upcoming fiscal year, according to a proposed budget released this week by City Manager Terry Stewart. more »»

North Fort Myers teacher accused of molesting students

July 17, 2009 A second-grade teacher at Tropic Isles Elementary School is held in the Lee County Jail without bond as police and school district officials investigate claims that he molested two female students... more »»

Students in need to benefit from annual school supply drive

July 17, 2009 Two national organizations are soliciting Cape Coral teens to participate in a school supply drive this summer to benefit those in need. DoSomething. more »»

Saturday pageant to crown Miss Oktoberfest for 2009 celebration

July 17, 2009 When the eight Miss Oktoberfest candidates take to the stage Saturday to vie for the coveted crown, the winner will represent the return of Southwest Florida’s most popular even. more »»

14 graduates in Lee each earn $1,000 scholarship

July 17, 2009 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools doled out $1,000 scholarships to 14 high school graduates through a partnership with Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union. more »»

Police: Former corrections officer assaults a neighbor with handgun

July 17, 2009 A retired New York corrections officer assaulted his neighbor with a handgun Wednesday evening, according to Cape Coral police. Alfred Watson J. more »»

 
 

 

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