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Council to consider outsourcing golf course maintenance

The Cape Coral City Council will hold its regular meeting Monday at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd. Among the items it will consider is the outsourcing of maintenance at the Coral Oaks Golf Course to International Golf Maintenance (IGM) out of ...

Councilmember Nelson to host ‘Breakfast Taco Tuesday’ fundraiser

District 4 City Council Member Jennifer Nelson will host a “Breakfast Taco Tuesday” fundraising event on Tuesday, Oct. 20. All proceeds will benefit the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee Counties. She will be making the tacos and donating all ingredients for the event. ...

Women’s march event set for Saturday in Fort Myers

Saturday’s Women's March in Fort Myers will be a little different. The “march” will be a Call to Action Sidewalk Demonstration and the public is required to wear masks and maintain social distance. The format changed due to the pandemic and organizers say the 10 a.m. to noon ...

Health officials continue to urge flu shots

Local health officials are urging the public to get vaccinated for the flu while COVID-19 continues to be present in the community. Millions of Americans contract the flu each year with hundreds of thousands hospitalized and tens of thousands dying from flu-related causes. Lee Health ...

‘Rescue Christmas’ under way

“Rescue Christmas” for all angels has become the major push for the Salvation Army in Lee, Hendry and Glades as they see the needs of families skyrocket for its annual Angel Tree program. “We don’t want any child to be forgotten this Christmas, but we need the community’s help to ...

New businesses brave pandemic economy

Although the pandemic has wreaked havoc on businesses far and wide, some new establishments have opened here in Cape Coral looking to make their mark on the community. Opening a restaurant or eatery amidst the coronavirus has been no easy task for these new business owners, all of whom had ...

Army Corps of Engineers starts Lake O releases

Due to rising lake levels, the Army Corps of Engineers began releases from Lake Okeechobee Wednesday afternoon, sending water west into the Caloosahatchee and east into the St. Lucie estuaries. Colonel Andrew Kelly, commander of the Jacksonville district for the Army Corps of Engineers, said ...

Early voting starts Monday

Voting machines throughout the state of Florida are warming in preparation as early voting in Florida for the 2020 General Election begins Monday. From Oct. 19 through Oct. 31, local residents can submit their ballots at 11 different sites across Lee County prior to the Nov. 3 General ...

Trump expected to speak at private event in Fort Myers Friday

President Donald Trump is expected to appear in Fort Myers Friday afternoon at a private event at the Caloosa Sound Convention Center of the Luminary Hotel & Co. According to a source with knowledge of the event, Trump will be speaking as part of a policy rollout. Luminary Hotel ...