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League of Women Voters to host Bert Harris Act speaker

December 27, 2018 Patty Duncan thinks more people should know about the Bert Harris Act. more »»

Tickets available for GCHS Celebrity Chef Festival

December 27, 2018 The community will have an opportunity to support the Gulf Coast Humane Society next month at its inaugural Celebrity Chef Festival featuring some of the areas finest chefs. more »»

Realtor Hal Leopard to retire after 33 years

December 27, 2018 After 33 years, a Cape Coral Realtor has decided to retire, and let next generation move in, allowing him to slow down and travel. "I am 70 years old. more »»

Red-shouldered hawk gets gift of freedom for Christmas

December 27, 2018 A red-shouldered hawk, which survived being struck on Alligator Alley and being trapped in the grill of the vehicle at the end of September was successfully released at the Florida Panther National... more »»

Fort Myers Beach combines birthday party, New Year’s Eve bash

December 27, 2018 Fort Myers Beach will end the old year and open the new with a combined New year’s Eve and birthday party. The town will turn 23 on Jan. more »»

Efforts to locate Beach teen continue

December 26, 2018 The Lee County Sheriff's Office is continuing its efforts to locate a Fort Myers Beach teen who was reported as a runaway on Christmas Eve. Bianca Smith, 15, is 5'04" tall, 135 pounds. more »»

District graduation rate rises by 4 percent

December 24, 2018 The graduation rate for Lee County School District students rose by 4 percent, the highest level in the district's history. “We are very excited. more »»

Eaglet hatches from egg on live Florida web cam

December 24, 2018 NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — A live web cam showed a bald eaglet in Florida pecking its way out of its egg to the delight of thousands of viewers. more »»

No Child Left on Shore

December 24, 2018 Middle school students from Cape Coral recently had an opportunity to take a cruise, see dolphins and other wildlife, and visit Cayo Costa State Park as part of the local No Child Left on Shore... more »»

Cape FOP Lodge raises $1,200 during ‘Movember’

December 24, 2018 Members of the FOP Lodge 33 had the opportunity last month to grow their facial hair outside of the department's professional grooming standards to participate in “Movembe. more »»

Mayors from South Florida spread message of kindness

December 24, 2018 Leaders across Florida have joined a grassroots movement to inspire kindness on social media. more »»

Lee County Solid Waste introduces Keep Lee Plastic Free initiative

December 24, 2018 Yard waste doesn’t belong in plastic bags, according to Lee County Solid Waste, which is encouraging all residents to resolve to Keep Lee Plastic Free and use paper bags or waste cans for their yard... more »»

County accepting nominations for 2018 Burton Citizen of the Year Award

December 24, 2018 The public is invited to nominate an exemplary civic-minded citizen for the 2018 Paulette Burton Citizen of the Year Award. more »»

Local group files petition to stop removal of Chiquita Lock

December 24, 2018 By ED FRANKS efranks@breezenewspapers. more »»

Poster artist for Cape art & music fest announced

December 20, 2018 The Cape Coral Arts and Music Festival has announced its poster artist for 2018. more »»

Cape man dies in crash on Veterans Parkway

December 20, 2018 A Cape Coral man was killed in a single-car crash Tuesday evening on Veterans Memorial Parkway in Cape Coral. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, at 5:29 p.m. more »»

SW 6&7 property owners to get UEP rebates

December 20, 2018 For property owners in the area where the Southwest 6&7 Utilities Expansion Project took place, there may be some good news. They will be getting a rebate on the total cost of the project. more »»

Lee County accepting nominations for 2018 Paulette Burton Citizen of the Year Award

December 20, 2018   The public is invited to nominate an exemplary civic-minded citizen for the 2018 Paulette Burton Citizen of the Year Awar. more »»

2018 big year for the Cape

December 20, 2018 It was a very busy year for the Cape Coral City Council in 2018. A myriad of issues was tackled, with much having been accomplished, city officials say. more »»

Safety is priority with increased holiday travel

December 20, 2018 Just as Santa is prepping for his journey across the globe, millions of Floridians are prepping for travel of some kind in the coming weeks to visit friends, family and loved one. more »»



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