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Custom trike puts veteran back on the road

February 14, 2019 In 2001, after Jim Schombs had a stroke, the Navy Seal veteran thought his motorcycle riding days were ove. more »»

Councilmember Stokes to host Town Hall Meeting on Feb. 21

February 14, 2019 District 5 Councilmember Dave Stokes will host a town hall meeting Thursday, Feb. 21, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers, located at 1015 Cultural Park Blv. more »»

Nearly 900 Oasis students stay home in wake of false shooting threat

February 13, 2019 A student has been charged in connection with a fake school shooting threat that kept nearly 900 city of Cape Coral Charter School system students out of class Wednesda. more »»

14-year-old charged in connection with pepper spray discharge at school dance

February 13, 2019 A 14-year-old girl has been arrested in connection with the discharge of pepper spray at a school dance at a Lehigh Acres elementary school. more »»

Calusa Waterkeeper discusses causes, possible solutions for Southwest Florida’s water woes

February 13, 2019 Having experienced a summer wrought with blue-green algae and red tide, residents across Southwest Florida are keeping their fingers crossed that another historic season of horrific harmful algal... more »»

Island Coast student faces charges in connection with threating video message

February 13, 2019 A 15-year-old student has been arrested in connection to a threatening video message posted to social media last month. Reid Leaton Cross Jr. more »»

Lehigh High student faces drug charges

February 13, 2019 A student at Lehigh Senior High School faces multiple drug-related charges after drugs were found in her backpack by a school resource officer investigating a ti. more »»

Children back in class at G. Weaver Hipps following discharge of irritant at school dance, investigation continues

February 12, 2019 Students were back in class at at G. Weaver Hipps Elementary School Monday following an incident that sent 13 people to the hospital Friday after an irritant was discharged at a school dance. more »»

'Four Corners' rezoning proposal pulled from overhaul ordinance

February 12, 2019 Cape Coral property owners protesting a proposed rezoning of a major intersection near their homes received a reprieve Monday. more »»

‘This has to stop’

February 12, 2019 At a press conference Tuesday, the Cape Coral Police Department reiterated a message to Cape Coral and Lee County students alike, "Fake Threats…Real Consequence. more »»

12-year-old charged in connection with school threat at Gulf Middle

February 12, 2019 A 12-year-old student has been arrested in connection with a school threat at Gulf Middle School. more »»

Water quality remains concern despite improvement

February 12, 2019 Water quality in the city's canals is in the best shape it’s been in since last spring, Utilities Director John Pearson told Cape Coral City Council on Monday. more »»

'Purses for Pooches'

February 12, 2019 By CHUCK?BALLARO news@breezenewspapers. more »»

‘Bulk Item Drop Off Day’ Feb. 23

February 12, 2019 The city is partnering with Waste Pro and Goodwill In-dustries of Southwest Florida to offer Cape Coral residents a free “Bulk Item Drop Off Day” on Saturday, Feb. 23. more »»

The Uncommon Friends Foundation is accepting applications for a variety of scholarship opportunities

February 11, 2019 Students on the track to further their academic careers in Lee County and beyond can find some financial aid via an uncommon source. more »»

13-year-old arrested in connection with Mariner Middle threat

February 8, 2019 A 13-year-old girl has been arrested in connection with a threat written on the wall of a girl's bathroom at Mariner Middle School on Mond. more »»

Cassani to discuss water quality issues

February 7, 2019 The public will have an opportunity Monday afternoon to hear from one of the leading experts on water quality in Southwest Florida. more »»

Reading Festival turns 20

February 7, 2019 This year’s Southwest Florida Reading Festival will feature nearly 20 authors, as well as special events to highlight the event's 20th year. The free festival is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Southwest Florida Reading Festival Author List

February 7, 2019 Authors taking part in the Southwest Florida Reading Fetival include: ADULT AUTHORS * Tara Conklin is a writer and former lawyer whose first novel, “The House Girl,” was a New York Times... more »»

 
 

 

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