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Tanker truck fire closes southbound lanes of I-75

September 13, 2013 A tanker truck carrying 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 500 gallons of gasoline caught fire this morning on I-75 north of Corkscrew Roa. more »»

Locals speak out against sale of Cayo Costa parcels

September 13, 2013 Locals on Captiva Island and Cayo Costa are upset about the state's decision to put designated surplus lands up for sale. more »»

Sheriff's Office looking for missing Cape man

September 13, 2013 At 9:08 a.m. today, Sept. 13, the Lee County Sheriff's Office received a call about missing man. The incident was reported from the man's residence at 11954 Prince Charles Court, Cape Cora. more »»

Free autism screenings

September 13, 2013 Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Southwest Florida, offers a free monthly autism spectrum disorder screening for toddlers 18... more »»

LeeTran 'Fill Our Fleet - Feed Our Hungry' drive Sunday

September 13, 2013 The public is being asked to help Lee County Transit (LeeTran) “fill our fleet” in its annual “Fill Our Fleet—Feed Our Hungry” event. more »»

Coastal cleanup Sept. 21

September 12, 2013 Volunteers can still sign up to take part in the annual Coastal Cleanup set for next weekend. more »»

Four races on the General Election ballot

September 12, 2013 With the primary for the mayoral and District 1 council races now behind them, the top two candidates in each, as well as those in Districts 4 and 6, will embark on an eight-week sprint to the No. more »»

More than just an art show: Circus Arts

September 12, 2013 A new monthly happening in downtown Cape Coral will provide residents with the opportunity to enjoy the crafts of local artists and performers and help to support the city's artistic community. more »»

Anti-crime program aids seniors

September 12, 2013 In its first year of operation, the Cape Coral office of a state-sponsored program committed to reducing the victimization of senior citizens recovered nearly $30,000 in cash and services for local... more »»

Realty company makes major South Cape investment

September 12, 2013 A realty company that has decided to make an investment into the South Cape is sparing no expense in making it one of the crown jewels of the downtown business district. more »»

Cape Coral firefighters rescue dog from canal

September 12, 2013 Man’s best friend got a couple of friends of his own after a dog ended up in a Cape Coral canal and was unable to get out. Around 1 p.m. more »»

‘Bedscapes’ a new patient initiative at Cape Hospital

September 12, 2013 Imagine walking on the beaches of Sanibel. The birds chirp and the waves ripple onto the sands as you take in the tranquil environment. Now, imagine you’re in a hospital room about to give birth. more »»

Tips to avoid flood-related health issues

September 12, 2013 Standing water can cause more than inconvience when traveling — torrential rains pouring over already-saturated grounds such as experienced over the weekend can also bring health risks. more »»

A benefit for baby Sophia: Beach Pub hosts benefit for infant

September 12, 2013 In hopes of raising enough money to help the family of an ailing infant, the Beach Pub, 1668 I St. on Fort Myers Beach, is hosting a very special benefit Saturday, Sept. 14, starting at 2 p.m. more »»

Light agenda awaits Cape Coral council post primary

September 12, 2013 There will be five consent items and three introductions of ordinances for what promises to be a short night for the Cape Coral City Council on Monday, barring the unexpected. more »»

Sullivan, Sawicki advance in primary

September 11, 2013 Incumbent John Sullivan took the most votes in Tuesday's primary mayoral election with nearly 36. more »»

Burch, Headd move on in District 1

September 11, 2013 A former Cape Coral mayor and council member was the obvious frontrunner in Tuesday's Primary Election, garnering more than 50 percent of the total votes cast in one city council race. more »»

Cape’s ‘father’ celebrates his 90th birthday

September 11, 2013 What better place to celebrate the birthday of one of the pillars of our community than to hold a party for him in the park named after him. more »»

Battle of the Barrels coming to Lee Civic Center

September 11, 2013 About 200 horses and riders from all over the region are expected to converge on the outdoor pen at the Lee Civic Center for the annual Battle of the Barrels Open 4D barrel race to be held Saturday,... more »»

Expect lane closures at Sanibel toll plaza

September 11, 2013 Lee County DOT will begin road shoulder repair on the east bound shoulder of McGregor Boulevard approximately 500 feet east of the Sanibel toll plaza beginning around 10 a.m. today, Sept. 11,. more »»

 
 

 

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