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Trip into history

September 4, 2018 Once, the site of the Mound House was home to an ancient people. Now, the “jewel” of Fort Myers Beach is home to hands-on education. more »»

A ‘pint-for-a pint’

September 4, 2018 This Thursday, Sept. 6, the Blue Dog Restaurant and Barnhill Mar-ket are co-hosting a blood drive from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. more »»

‘It was my duty to serve’

September 4, 2018 Long-time Pine Island residents Ed Snyder and Wilber Riepel both served in the Army Air Corps during World War II — Snyder in the 8th Air Force and Riepel in the 43rd Air Force. more »»

Sanibel’s Ruane president-elect of the Florida League of Mayors

September 4, 2018 While attending the recent Florida League of Cities Annual Conference, Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane was unanimously elected president-elect by the Florida League of Mayors. more »»

M/PIFCD concerned about planned 7-Eleven on island

September 4, 2018 On Thursday, Aug. 9, the Lee County Hearing Examin-er heard the rezoning proposal for the new 7-Eleven on Pine Island Road. more »»

Paramedic training internships OK’d

September 4, 2018 The Lee Board of County Commissioners Tuesday ap-proved an agreement with Hodges University and Lee County Emergency Medical Services to offer field internship experience for students pursuing... more »»

Two schools experiencing A/C difficulties

August 31, 2018 Classrooms are heating up in a Cape Coral school this week, but not because school has just begun. more »»

Coast Guard urges safe boating this holiday weekend

August 31, 2018 MIAMI — The Coast Guard warns boaters throughout the Coast Guard 7th District to use extra caution while out on the water this Labor Day weekend. more »»

More algae mitigation under way in Cape Coral

August 30, 2018 Two new Florida Department of Environmental Protection approved test pilot programs are in the works to potentially remedy the conditions of canal waters in Cape Coral. more »»

Officials urge safety first Labor Day weekend

August 30, 2018 Labor Day weekend may mark the unofficial end to summer, but that won’t stop Southwest Florida residents from enjoying warm temps, barbecues and poolside relaxation. more »»

First budget hearing set for Thursday

August 30, 2018 After three joint meetings between the Cape Coral City Council and the Budget Review Committee, the proposed 2019 city budget finally heads to the home stretch next week. On Thursday, at 5:05 p.. more »»

Cape Coral Arts Studio’s 19th annual marine-themed show opens Friday

August 30, 2018 A popular art exhibit returns to the Cape Coral Arts Studio today featuring an underwater and water life theme. more »»

Community Garden nears opening

August 30, 2018 Green thumb enthusiasts will soon have an opportunity to rent a plot in the first Community Garden in Cape Coral. more »»

Lee school district adopts no-bags policy

August 30, 2018 To further protect students, staff and spectators, the Lee County School District implemented a new policy this week that prohibits bringing bookbags, backpacks, duffel bags, or large purses into... more »»

Dunbar High student injured with knife

August 30, 2018 A student at Dunbar High School was injured with a knife during gym class after another student pulled the instrument during an altercation. more »»

Turkey Trot registration gets under way

August 30, 2018 The Fort Myers Track Club’s largest race — the Cape’s annual Turkey Trot — opened for registration this week. more »»

Free tours offered at Tom Allen Memorial Butterfly House

August 30, 2018 Rotary Park is a great destination in Cape Coral to learn all about butterflies, as well as what one can do to bring them to their yard to enjoy. more »»

Libraries offer teens a plethora of activities and programs

August 30, 2018 The Lee County Library System has enhanced its teen programs, as well as offers a Teen Advisory Group for youths to gain service hours. more »»

Fischer wins District 1, six other school board candidates move forward

August 28, 2018 Mary Fischer won District 1 for the Lee County School Board Tuesday night, and six other candidates in three races move forward to the General Election in November. There were 12,578 (10. more »»

Council rejects special exception request for gas tank

August 28, 2018 Cape Coral City Council rejected a hearing examiner's recommendation and unanimously denied a special exception to allow a boat rental company to install a gas tank at the Del Prado Boulevard strip... more »»



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