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Community Thanksgiving Dinner set for Sunday

November 9, 2017 Area residents who don’t want to spend Thanksgiving alone don’t have to. more »»

Lee County Community Band opens new season Nov. 12

November 9, 2017 Since 1885, the Lee County Community Band has entertained Southwest Florida residents with high-spirited music. more »»

Three suicide prevention and awareness events to be held Sunday

November 9, 2017 Three events set for Sunday will help to raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention. Hosted by C.A.R.E.S. Suicide Prevention, the first-ever C.A.R.E.. more »»

Dart tournament to help Cape woman with medical expenses

November 9, 2017 A dart tournament this weekend will raise funds for a local woman who is in need of an MRI. The Dart Tourney For Buzz's Bern will take place Saturday from 4 to 10 p.m. more »»

Coviello, Gunter, Nelson, Stokes, Williams win

November 7, 2017 Election results are in. The winners in the Cape Coral City Council General Election are: — Joe Coviello, mayor, with 50.6 percent of the vote; — City Council, District 1, John Gunter, 56. more »»

Coviello wins Cape mayor's race

November 7, 2017 The Cape Coral mayor's race was the most closely contested Tuesday night. more »»

Cape Council rejects street name change

November 7, 2017 If Paul Sanborn were still alive today, he may have been honored to have a street named after him — but not at the cost of controversy or causing anyone hardship. more »»

Stokes takes District 5 seat

November 7, 2017 Dave Stokes culled an easy victory over James Schneider, winning the District 5 Cape Coral City Council seat with 67 percent of the vote Tuesday nigh. more »»

Nelson wins District 4 seat

November 7, 2017 Jennifer Nelson repeated her primary victory over incumbent Richard Leon Tuesday night, securing the District 4 seat in the General Election. Nelson took 54.14 percent of the vote to Leon's 45. more »»

Gunter cruises to victory in District 1

November 7, 2017 John Gunter, who took the top spot in a three-way race in the Oct. more »»

Williams wins re-election bid

November 7, 2017 One Cape Coral City Council member retained his seat after Tuesday's municipal election. more »»

City Council creates nuisance complaint board

November 7, 2017 Saying the action would help protect residents by reducing illegal behavior, the Cape Coral City Council on Monday unanimously voted to create a nuisance abatement board that will conduct hearings,... more »»

Mixed Raider Team takes National Championship

November 7, 2017 North Fort Myers High School’s Mixed Raider Team won its second National Championship in a row at the JROTC Raider National Championships in Molena, Georgia Saturday. more »»

NFMAA student wins Art in the Capitol Contest

November 7, 2017 Makayla Uram, an eighth grade student from North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, is the district winner of the Art in the Capitol Contest. more »»

Military jewelry accidentally sold with garage sale handbag

November 6, 2017 A Cape Coral woman is appealing to the garage-sale community after she accidentally sold her husband's military jewelry and a pair of earrings with great sentimental value along with a designer purse. more »»

Lee County to begin the second pass of Irma Hurricane debris removal Nov. 13

November 3, 2017   Lee County will begin its second pass of Hurricane Irma debris removal beginning Monday, Nov. 13. more »»

Foreclosure process workshop Nov. 15

November 3, 2017 The Lee Clerk of Court will host a Foreclosure Process Workshop Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 1:30-3:30 p.m., at the Fort Myers Regional Library, 2450 First St., Fort Myers. more »»

Cape Coral municipal election is Tuesday

November 2, 2017 With early voting wrapping up this weekend, the general election is set for Tuesday. Early voting kicked off Monday and will continue through Saturday. more »»

Street name change proposed

November 2, 2017 A former Cape Coral mayor and some of the city’s founders want to do something special for the man known as “Mr. Cape Coral.” So, they are asking the city council to name a street after him. more »»

Cape Coconut Fest opens Thursday

November 2, 2017 The 2017 Cape Coral Coconut Festival will kick off next Thursday for four days of fun. Hosted by the city of Cape Coral, the opening will run from 5 to 10 p.m. more »»



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