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CCPD teaming with 3H Exchange on food, toy drive

The Cape Coral Police Department has announced it is once again partnering with the 3H Exchange for the eighth consecutive year. The 3H Exchange (High Schools Helping the Homeless) is a program committed to providing goods to homeless, in need students and their families throughout the Lee ...

Cape Coral Art Center ‘Holly Daze’ Art Sale underway

The Annual Holly Daze Fine Art Sale is taking place now through Dec. 17 at the Cape Coral Art Center. Located in the Side Gallery (Building 2), the shop is filled with beautifully crafted works of art by local students, instructors and community members. Items for sale include jewelry, ...

Comcast, city reach accord on cable extension

The city of Cape Coral on Tuesday reached an agreement with Comcast to extend its cable system in an effort to encourage the expansion of broadband and other cable-related services. The city will contribute $500,000 to the project, which will benefit Cape Coral residents, especially those in ...

FMPD to celebrates grand opening of new PAL facility

The Fort Myers Police Department is celebrating its new Police Athletic League (PAL) building. On Friday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m., FMPD and City of Fort Myers leaders will hold a ribbon-cutting to officially open the new center and introduce the redesigned complex to the community. “I take ...

Body found in home destroyed by fire

A fire in the early morning hours Tuesday in Cape Coral resulted in a death, according to fire department officials. The Cape Coral Fire Department was called to the 400 block of Southeast 3rd Street and firefighters were met by a large blaze at a residential home. Ten department vehicles ...

Missing 10-year-old found safe

The Cape Coral Police Department has reported that a juvenile declared missing/endangered earlier today has been found. The CCPD reported at 12:08 that Anthony Raymond Amores, 10, was located safe and the missing persons alert in the incident have been discontinued. Earlier today at 10:25, ...

Council to hear from Charter Review Commission

The Charter Review Commission has met for months to recommend changes in the city charter. Wednesday during the Cape Coral City Council’s regular meeting at City Hall at 4:30 p.m., the council will hear what the CRC came up with in regards to the potential changes. The CRC discussed ...

NFMAA’s ‘Nutcracker’ returning to Mann Hall

Last year, the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts had to do its annual performance of “The Nutcracker” virtually because of COVID-19. This year, the cast of nearly 200 will be back on the Barbara B. Mann Performance Hall for the 11th time when it performs Tchaikovsky’s Holiday ...

Right on schedule

Harriet, the area’s most famous avian celebrity, has been laying eggs for so long that people are beginning to wonder when the bald eagle will eventually stop laying them. After all, she has been in the area and in the same tree for more than 15 years now, with the last 10 of those years ...