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Crash restricts westbound traffic on Cape Coral Parkway

Shortly after 4 p.m., the Cape Coral Police Department reported it is on scene of a traffic crash with injuries at the 1700 block of Cape Coral Parkway in front of the Ford's Garage restaurant. Westbound traffic is restricted and combined with evening rush hour is hampering traffic flow. ...

CCPD investigating motorcycle fatality

A traffic homicide investigation is under way after a motorcyclist crashed into a canal in the 1300 block of Eldorado Parkway. According to the Cape Coral Police Department's preliminary investigation, it appears the motorcycle failed to stop at the dead end and crashed into the canal. The ...

Former mayor Butler remembered

A former Cape Coral mayor who served the city in multiple roles passed away last week.   Roger Butler, a veteran, police detective and twice-elected mayor, died in Cape Coral last Friday, Feb. 26, at the age of 85. Butler was elected mayor in 1993 and 1996 and served from 1993-2000. Butler ...

Cape Council to consider naming park after Mayor Coviello

The Cape Coral City Council will consider on Wednesday a proposal to name a city park over a recently lost member, Mayor Joe Coviello. When the council meets in council chambers at 4:30 p.m., it is expected the elected board will approve a resolution recognizing Coviello for his dedication ...

The boys are back … and so are the fans

For Florida baseball fans, the COVID-19 pandemic was heart-wrenching, altering the 131-year-old tradition of Spring Training in Florida for the first time since the 1994 players' strike extended into the spring of 1995. The pandemic of March 2020 struck in the middle of Spring Training, ...

LCEC has a reminder: Boating and power lines don’t mix

As boaters hit the beautiful waterways of Southwest Florida, it is imperative to keep the following safety measures in mind, LCEC reminds. Boats coming into contact with power lines not only poses a risk of power interruptions, it could mean serious injuries and even death: –Always be ...