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Larger deck size Ok’d, additional boat canopies rejected

August 6, 2013 Cape Coral City Council had no problem approving a slight adjustment in the size of deck surfaces, but when it came to the number of boat canopies, stuck with the status quo. more »»

Cape Council continues to talk finances

August 6, 2013 Cape Coral City Council continued its money talks Monda. more »»

Taking shape

August 6, 2013 By the end of the year, four Army Reserve units will have a new home base in Cape Coral. more »»

Fort Myers police investigating bank robbery

August 6, 2013 Fort Myers police are continuing to investigate a robbery that happened this morning at the Bank of America at 1511 Matthew Drive. Officers were called to the bank at 9:49 a.m. more »»

Sowing the seeds

August 6, 2013 The Saving Grace Church of Brethren on Pacific Avenue in North Fort Myers had some guests last week, and if you visited ECHO at any time, you would have seen them. more »»

Lee County Sheriff’s deputies, area youth helping keep North Fort Myers clean

August 6, 2013 War has been declared on trash in North Fort Myers, especially in areas where people who are homeless congregate. more »»

Residents make views known on planned Pine Island park

August 6, 2013 Islanders who attended an informational session concerning the development of property intended as a park site told Lee County officials Tuesday that they would prefer the least intrusive plan... more »»

‘Final’ Matlacha Bridge deadline passes

August 6, 2013 As of the end of last month, after nearly three years and thousands of dollars in extra costs, the Matlacha Bridge is still not finished. more »»

Sun Splash to begin weekend only schedule and host final 'Family Fun Night'

August 5, 2013 With Lee County Public School District’s new school year beginning on Aug. 8, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is winding down its summer operating schedule. The park is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

Cape Coral woman accused of stealing money paid to her for home purchase

August 5, 2013 A Cape Coral woman remained in the Lee County Jail Monday morning, accused of stealing money given to her for the purchase of a foreclosed home in Lehigh Acres. more »»

Crime Stoppers youngest 'Most Wanted' suspect arrested in Cape Coral

August 5, 2013 A 20-year-old repeat offender wanted for more than three months was taken into custody in Cape Coral Monday morning. Members of the U.S. more »»

2013-14 West Zone school bus schedules

August 2, 2013 LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 2013/14 BUS ROUTES WEST ZONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ========================================= CALOOSA ELEMENTARY Bus: 02781 - TRAFALGAR PKWY & SW 22ND PL 6:23 A.. more »»

Southwest 6 & 7 property owners to receive revised prepayment coupons

August 2, 2013 Property owners in Southwest 6 & 7 will receive revised “prepayment coupons” after the city found a small discrepancy between the amounts shown on the parcel information sheet and the prepayment... more »»

Cape man fatally injured after parked van rolls backward

August 2, 2013 A Cape Coral man was fatally injured Thursday night when the mini-van he had parked in his driveway rolled over him as he was retrieving items from the hatchback. Jose M. more »»

‘Quidam’: Cirque du Soleil set for Aug. 7 to 11

August 1, 2013 After a phenomenal performance during its local circuit stop last year at Germain Arena, Cirque du Soleil will present its critically acclaimed production “Quidam” at the arena Wednesday to Sunday,... more »»

Winners released in Fuccillo giveaway

August 1, 2013 Fuccillo Automotive Group announced the winners of Kia Soul cars, cruise trips, cash prizes and more during drawings held Wednesday at Fuccillo Kia of Cape Coral. more »»

Cape officials tout pension reform savings

August 1, 2013 In exchange for giving back roughly $50 million in pension reforms, city of Cape Coral workers are going to receive a one-time give back, spread out over two fiscal year. more »»

Tax-free weekend: Back-to-school shoppers can save on select items

August 1, 2013 Families preparing for the upcoming school year can buy laptops and tablets tax free this weekend. The Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday kicked off today in Florida and runs through Sunday. more »»

Charges filed following crash, confrontation with deputy

August 1, 2013 A man driving a stolen pickup truck suffered minor injuries Wednesday after officials say he was involved in a traffic crash with a deputy who then discharged his weapon when the man attempted to... more »»

Two accused of bestiality incidents

August 1, 2013 Two men have been accused in separate incidents of alleged bestiality in North Fort Myers. Lee County Domestic Animal Services cited Thomas . more »»

 
 

 

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