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Dr. Mel Youngs celebrates 20 years helping others

Dr. Mel Youngs always knew she wanted to have her own business. She grew up at her parents’ ice cream shop, “Yum’s” Ice Cream Store, in downtown Cape Coral. She got to know the customers and the community. When it was time for Dr. Youngs to open her own business, the building at ...

Halloween fun

Children and adults alike can have a spooky good time celebrating Halloween this Saturday in the South Cape.  Parents and their young ones looking for some trick-or-treat fun can find select South Cape businesses passing out candy from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In the evening, popular Cape ...

Business Briefs 10-23-20

H&G Tropical Home Repairs LLC opens H&G Tropical Home Repairs LLC, a home repair and home improvement business, is now available for service in the Lee County/Southwest Florida area. Owned by Heath Arndt, the company provides a wide variety of home repairs, including drywall, ...

Real Estate Briefs 10-23-20

Stevens Construction Inc. earns safety award Stevens Construction was presented with a safety award for an outstanding workers’ compensation performance by national commercial insurance carrier Amerisure, announced Mark Stevens, company president. Annually, Amerisure evaluates ...

Cape Council to address its legislative agenda

The Cape Coral City Council will have a full agenda at its monthly workshop meeting Monday. The council will discuss, among other things, its proposed state and federal agendas, where the board will identify key priorities for which the city can state its position in a consistent message and ...

Question of the Week, Week 16: Water quality

Each week through the General Election, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. In the interest of fairness, each candidate is limited to the same amount of space, about 100 words, for their response. This week's question is: Water quality is ...

200 new trees added along Cape roadways

More than 200 trees were planted in southeast Cape Coral over the weekend as part of an ongoing initiative to keep the Cape green as development continues. Non-profit volunteer organization Future Forestry saw 50 volunteers, including 25 from Cape Coral High School’s Key Club, turn out ...

Three arrests made in vandalism at Gulf Coast Baptist

Cape Coral police have arrested a pair of 12-year-olds and an older teen in connection with vandalism at Gulf Coast Baptist Church. The two girls, one from Cape Coral, the other from North Fort Myers, and 17-year-old Hannah E. Wolfe of Cape Coral each have been charged with burglary and ...