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Diplomat Elementary 5K race Saturday; help build a playground

October 25, 2018 The community has an opportunity to help Diplomat Elementary School improve recess for its nearly 1,000 students by taking part in a fundraiser to build a new playground. more »»

Sites still available for Nov. 3 Camp Out at Jaycee Park

October 25, 2018 Families are invited to a Camp Out at Jaycee Park next month for a fun night of being under the stars. The Camp Out will be held from 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, to 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4. more »»

Peace Walk

October 24, 2018 Students at Diplomat Middle School in Cape Coral took part in the third annual Peace Walk last Friday, as faculty and staff have been teaching students the importance of being kind, not being a bull... more »»

President's approval of Water Resources Development Act hailed; funding pressure is next step

October 24, 2018 The Water Resources Development Act that was passed by a staggering margin in the Senate recently, made its way to President Trump's desk Tuesday afternoon and was signed into law—ensuring the... more »»

Ground broken for new Matlacha fire station

October 24, 2018 Approximately 100 people gathered under sunny skies Friday for the official groundbreaking ceremony for Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District station #4. more »»

Lighthouse of SWFL hosts ‘White Cane Walk 2018’

October 24, 2018 Lighthouse of SWFL hosted its “White Cane Walk” from 11 a.m. to noon at the busy corner of Pine Island Road and Old 41/North Tamiami Trail last Monda. more »»

Inaugural Wicked Walk to offer ‘Spooktacluar Ghost Tour’

October 24, 2018 Lee County students have banded together to offer a “Spooktacluar Ghost Tour”?back into Fort Myers’ pas. more »»

lean water fundraiser at the Tiki Hut Bar & Grill

October 24, 2018 A clean water fundraiser set for Thursday at the Tiki Hut Bar & Grill in the Cape:... more »»

Red tide dissipating; water quality has improved

October 23, 2018 Communities across Southwest Florida suffering from the toxic choke-hold of red tide and blue-green algae blooms may be seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. more »»

Hurricane Michael Supply Drive under way

October 23, 2018 Auxiliary at post 81 and the Ladies 562 Moose 1297 Tice Shore club are collecting hurricane relief donations for the families in Panama City. more »»

Annual ode to German culture — Oktoberfest — starts Friday

October 18, 2018 Gemutlichkeit. A German word that conveys the feeling warmth, friendliness and good cheer. more »»

County opts out of cities’ legal challenge

October 18, 2018 Lee County will not take part in a lawsuit challenging a Lake Okeechobee water flow decision filed by six of the county’s municipalities. more »»

Early voting starts Monday

October 18, 2018 By MEGHAN BRADBURY news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Marceno credits team with smooth transition to the helm

October 18, 2018 Newly appointed Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno has only been in his new role a short while but, thanks to his mentor, staff and extensive law enforcement experience, his transition has been a... more »»

Kindergarten pre-registration opens Monday

October 18, 2018 Starting on Monday, parents will have the opportunity to pre-register their child for kindergarten and avoid the long lines that tend to happen in January during open enrollment. more »»

On the ballot: City of Cape Coral Bond Referendum; Q&A with the city regarding the $60 million GO bond

October 18, 2018 The Breeze submitted a list of questions to the city of Cape Coral and the School District of Lee County, asking for information on their respective ballot referendums. more »»

On the ballot: County School Board Referendum; Q&A with the District regarding the 1/2 cent sales tax

October 18, 2018 The Breeze submitted a list of questions to the city of Cape Coral and the School District of Lee County, asking for information on their respective ballot referendums. more »»

Art League to host to Volunteer Fair

October 18, 2018 A Volunteer Fair is being held at the Cape Coral Art League to get the city involved in some exciting opportunities — a win-win for the community and the leagu. more »»

Yacht Club Beach reopens to swimming

October 18, 2018 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has reopened the Yacht Club Beach to swimming after lab results confirmed that there is no blue-green algae present in the wate. more »»

CAN IT! Campaign food drive under way

October 18, 2018 The eighth annual CAN IT! Campaign food drive kicked off Monday to help feed those in need this Thanksgiving holida. more »»



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