×
×
homepage logo
STORE

Breaking News

Lee County Supervisor of Elections advises voters of unofficial mailings

If you have received a mailing encouraging you to switch parties or change your vote-by-mail status, they are not coming from the Lee County Supervisor of Elections office. "Please be aware the Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office is not responsible for recent mailings with messages ...

Cape Coral to resume water shutoff for delinquent accounts

The city of Cape Coral will resume water shutoffs on Tuesday, July 6, for any utility account with a balance that is more than 60 days past the bill date. Water shutoffs were suspended in March 2020 when many people were out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers with a past due ...

CCPD announces results of June 19 traffic enforcement operation

The Cape Coral Police Department conducted a high-visibility traffic enforcement operation on June 19, with a focus on moving violations such as speeding, red-light and stop sign violations. The operation also sought out aggressive/reckless driving and DUIs. The operation was a saturation ...

Shell Factory to host free hurricane seminar Wednesday

The Shell Factory and Nature Park in North Fort Myers will be holding a free hurricane seminar Wednesday, June 23, at 10 a.m., in the Players Circle Theatre at the Shell Factory, 16554 N. Cleveland Ave. The lead presenter for the program is John Patrick, chief meteorologist at ABC ...

Lee County operations make adjustments for Independence Day

The Fourth of July holiday will result in some closures and schedule changes for Lee County operations. County administrative offices will be closed on Monday, July 5, and will reopen on Tuesday, July 6. The following are adjustments due to Independence Day falling on Sunday: Solid ...

CCPD continues crackdown on illegal ATV use in city

The Cape Coral Police Department’s Special Operations Bureau will conduct its second operation this weekend to combat the ongoing issue of unlawful ATV riding in illegal areas. "This operation is part of the Department’s ongoing efforts to curb illegal ATV usage that negatively affects ...

Man charged with stealing, attempting to sell kayaks

A man’s plan to sell kayaks he had allegedly stolen was capsized by the efforts of the victim of the theft and the Cape Coral Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit. According to a release from the CCPD, on June 1, the victim reported two kayaks stolen from the backyard of his residence ...

Two teens arrested in shots-fired altercation

A late morning call reporting shots fired in the north Cape generated a large police response and ended with no one injured and two in custody Tuesday. Cape Coral police arrested two teens, Elisha Jerome Williams, 17, of Lehigh Acres, and Dorian Cherrod Goode, 17, of Fort Myers, in connection ...

Missing man found safe

According to the Cape Coral Police Department, a man that was reported missing/endangered Monday morning has been found safe. The CCPD issued a report at 7 p.m. Monday, that Robert Ohmart had been located. Original report: CCPD looking for missing/endangered person Shortly after 1:30 this ...