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Crash shuts down northbound lanes of Country Club Boulevard

The Cape Coral Police Department reported at 11:40 this morning that it is on scene of a 3-car traffic crash at the 1000 block of Country Club Boulevard. Northbound lanes are closed at this time. Drivers are asked to please avoid the area and seek an alternate route.

CCFD fights fire at The Courtyards condo complex

Fifteen fire department units converged at a Cape condo complex shortly before midnight Monday to extinguish a blaze in one of the units. The fire ignited in the 600 block of Southeast 12th Court at The Courtyards condo complex, where flames were visible to Cape Coral Fire Department ...

Cape Coral watching water quality closely

Water quality is likely to be a main topic of discussion at Wednesday's Cape Coral City Council meeting. Public Works Director Paul Klinghan sent a memo to City Manager Rob Hernandez saying that the surface area of blue-green algae has increased over the last two weeks on the Caloosahatchee ...

County commissioners send letter of opposition to Lake Okeechobee plan

The Lee County Board of County Commissioners made it officials Tuesday, unanimously voting to oppose the proposed Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual and to send a letter expressing its disapproval to the Army Corps of Engineers. A lawsuit could be the next step. Lee County Board of ...

Roaring back

After a year off from making waves on Fort Myers Beach, the organizers of Roar Offshore Boat Races are planning to bring back the powerboats o the gulf for a racing event that will stretch from Bowditch Point Park to the Diamondhead Resort from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9. On Monday, the Town of Fort ...

Conservancy of Southwest Florida urges action on Lake Okeechobee plan

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has issued a call to action on its website and through Southwest Florida calling for concerned citizens to urge the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to incorporate “critical changes into the Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual (LOSOM) that will ensure ...

FWC releases manatee in Cape Coral

Officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently released a manatee that had been rescued in Fort Myers in April, following three months of recovery. Myerslee, an approximately 2-year-old male, was rescued on April 23 in the Orange River in Fort Myers. He was ...