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Input sought on Gator Circle park grant

The city of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department plans to apply for a grant for the future Gator Circle neighborhood park and is seeking public input on the future park and why it is needed in the northeast section of the city. There will be an open house and informational meeting on ...

County to provide additional 1,800 vaccines

The Florida Department of Health and Lee County govern-ment announced on Tuesday that there is enough vaccine supply to schedule about 1,800 additional appointments Thursday and Friday, Jan. 14 and 15, at the site near Southwest Florida International Airport for seniors and frontline healthcare ...

Early-morning fire damages home in northeast Cape Coral

A fire in northeast Cape Coral Sunday morning impacted a family of six, including four children. Thankfully, no injuries were reported.  According to the Cape Coral Fire Department, the cause of the fire was candles in the living room and the blaze was quickly extinguished by firefighters ...

Garden Bros. Circus at Lee Civic Center this weekend

The circus is coming once again to the Lee Civic Center this weekend for three days and eight performances. The Garden Bros. Nuclear Circus, the oldest active circus in the United States, has performed for families for more than 100 years, and promises one of the best shows ever as it opens ...

Calendar Girls to present first Donuts and Dancing Friday

The Calendar Girls will present the first Donuts and Dancing from 8-10 a.m. this Friday, Jan. 15, Jaycee Park. The event is part of a free community performance in support of Southeastern Guide Dogs. Donuts and Dancing will feature free coffee and donuts courtesy of Bennett’s Fresh ...

Red Cross helps Cape family affected by house fire

Local American Red Cross volunteers from the Florida Gulf Coast to Heartland Chapter responded to a ​home fire on ​Northeast 1st Place in the Mariner neigbborhood in ​Cape Coral early this morning. Members of the Disaster Action Team helped coordinate emergency aid to those affected ...

9,000 doses of COVID vaccine expected to be administered this week

The Florida Department of Health and Lee County Government estimate 9,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine will be administered this week to frontline healthcare workers and seniors 65 and older. Through last week, more than 11,000 individuals will have been vaccinated at Lee County sites open to ...

Hawk recovering at CROW after riding hundreds of miles under hood of vehicle

A red-tailed hawk is recovering at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife after being struck by a vehicle driven by a Dracut, Massachusetts, couple traveling on I-95 through Virginia on their way to their winter home in Cape Coral. “We heard a loud thud out of nowhere,” said Eileen ...