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Fundraising ride set for Saturday for missing Cape woman

The “We Ride for Lauren” Fundraising Ride & Event, to raise awareness and continue to engage the community in the search for Lauren Dumolo, will take place this Saturday, Oct. 3, at noon. The event begins and ends at the Big 10 Tavern at 4703 Southwest 16th Place. A route map will be ...

Cape police searching for missing youth

Cape Coral Police are asking the public for assistance helping a missing 9-year-old. According to the CCPD, Derrick Fletcher Jr., who is described as a Black male who is 5 feet, 4 inches tall, weighing 110 pounds, with black hair, was last seen at the 2200 block of Northeast 6th Street at ...

Cape Coral Animal Shelter to host ‘Blessing of the Pets’

In honor of St. Francis, the patron saint of animals, Cape Coral residents can have their animals blessed this Sunday. On Oct. 4, the Cape Coral Animal Shelter will host its inaugural “Blessing of the Pets” open to people and pets of all faith. Due to demand, the shelter will put on two ...

Book celebrating Cape Coral’s 50th anniversary released

After months of canvasing photos, compiling images and sorting through submissions, Breeze Newspapers’ 50th anniversary commemorative photo book has been released. The 128-page pictorial history book was created to commemorate the city’s 50th anniversary and is titled; “From Impossible ...

Question of the Week, Week 13: What would you bring to council?

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: What attributes, ...

Eagle looks to continue efforts at the state level

One of Cape Coral’s own has been tapped by the governor to help navigate the economic hardships of the state amidst a pandemic and into the future. Cape native Dane Eagle was appointed executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity by Ron DeSantis earlier this month ...

Tortoise preserve?

Members of a local preservation group took to Cape Coral’s newest 20/20 Conservation property this week to get a first-hand look at its beauty. Individuals with the Preservation of Four Mile Cove group were joined by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Gopher Tortoise ...

Candidates in home stretch

It is now one month before the Nov. 3 General Election Day which means Cape Coral City Council candidates don’t have much more time to persuade voters they are the person to help lead the city for the next four years. In fact, they may have just a few more real chances to make their case ...