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Charter schools superintendent to resign

March 28, 2017 The Cape Coral Charter School Authority has called an emergency meeting for one day next week after Superintendent Nelson Stephenson's notification of his intention to resign from the city-operated... more »»

Council mulls impact fee deferment for 'workforce housing'

March 28, 2017 A proposal proponents say would make home ownership more affordable to lower-income workers got a preliminary nod by Cape Coral City Council Monday. more »»

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan moves forward

March 28, 2017 Once its final version is approved by the Cape Coral City Council, staff will move to implement its Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan over the next 20 years, at least. more »»

High school artists invited to submit work to competition

March 28, 2017 Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the members of the U.S. House of Representatives. more »»

Half-court basketball shot promotion to give Kia buyers a chance to purchase comped

March 28, 2017 Fuccillo Kia of Cape Coral will conclude its March Kia Mania with half-court shot contest Friday, giving customers who bought or leased a new car a chance to get it for fre. more »»

Big names highlight Charter School Authority Rally

March 28, 2017 Imagine getting Katy Perry to perform at your birthday party. The Cape Coral Charter School Authority was able to do something just about as awesom. more »»

Cape man sentenced to 30 years in prison for possessing, producing child pornography

March 28, 2017 A Cape Coral man will face time in federal prison for making and having child pornography. Joseph Andrew Spradlin, 41, of 2814 N.W. Fourth Ave. more »»

Cape Coral man passenger in car that struck and killed a pedestrian Saturday

March 28, 2017 A Cape Coral man was riding in a car that struck and killed a pedestrian over the weekend. Adam Philip Torocco, 18, of Fort Myers, was driving a Dodge Charger south on U.S. more »»

Teen hospitalized after being shot Sunday morning

March 28, 2017 A 16-year-old was sent to the hospital early Sunday morning after being shot in Cape Coral. At about 2:44 a.m., Cape police responded to a shooting at the RaceTrac, at 314 Del Prado Blvd., N. more »»

Higginson introduced as new UEP manager

March 28, 2017 City Manager John Szerlag introduced Kevin Higginson to council members Monday as the city's new Utilities Extension Project manager. more »»

Federal fraud charges levied in connection with $5 million VR Labs grant

March 27, 2017 Three individuals tied to VR Laboratories have been indicted on federal fraud charges in connection with a $5 million grant obtained from Lee County for a manufacturing facility that was never... more »»

Coast Guard asks public to help identify Cape callers making hoax calls

March 24, 2017 The Coast Guard has asked for the public’s help to identify hoax callers in the Cape Coral area. For the past year, Coast Guard Sector St. more »»

Lee County commissioners approve three Conservation 20/20 purchases

March 24, 2017 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners has unanimously approved the purchase of three new parcels for the Conservation 20/20 program. The three areas are spread across Lee County: 12. more »»

LeeSar/CSF Career Fair set for Saturday

March 24, 2017 An on-site career fair will be held at LeeSar in Fort Myers from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday. LeeSar and Cooperative Services of Florida, In. more »»

Commissioner Putnam warns of IRS scams targeting seniors

March 24, 2017 Scam artists use tax season to prey on Floridians, and Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam urges residents to be wary of tax-related scams specifically targeting senior. more »»

Gov. Scott: Southwest Florida added 5,000-plus new jobs in February

March 24, 2017 Gov. Rick Scott announced Friday that the Southwest Florida area added 5,100 new private-sector jobs over the year in February. more »»

Stout appointed to state panel

March 23, 2017 Cape Coral City Council member Marilyn Stout will head to Tallahassee on Tuesday to begin serving a four-year term on the Florida Commission on the Status of Women. more »»

Sexual assault reported at Island Coast High

March 23, 2017 Authorities are investigating an alleged sexual assault reported at a Cape Coral school. more »»

Sounds of Jazz & Blues: Annual Cape music festival at Tarpon Point Saturday

March 23, 2017 A longstanding musical tradition hosted by the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department, the annual Sounds of Jazz and Blues festival, sweeps the shoreline of the Westin and Tarpon Point Saturday... more »»

Sun Splash to offer new attractions

March 23, 2017 UPDATE: City officials said Pirates Cove, the new water park component for children, is ope. more »»



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