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The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association Inc. welcomes Cape Coral's new Police Chief Bart Connelly to its March 20 meeting at the Christa McAuliffe Elementary Charter School, located at 2817 S.W. 3rd Lane, Cape Coral.
WINK News is uncovering alarming new details about a Collier County man accused of molesting a little girl at church.
The Southwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association is hosting a meeting featuring District 2 Councilman John Carioscia today, March 12, at 7 p.m., in the Oasis Charter Elementary School cafeteria.
City crews have turned off the water in an area of Cape Coral to repair a water main break, police say.
The judge assigned to the case denied former Mayor John Sullivan's request to retry the case.
Police are asking the public's help in identifying a suspect who broke into a Cape Coral home and stole over $4,000 in jewelry and currency.
Detectives are looking for two people in connection with a shooting incident that took place yesterday in the area of Azalea Avenue and Ridgeway Street in Port Charlotte.
The German American Club of Cape Coral will be holding its second Gartenfests of the year Sunday, March 16, from noon to 5 p.m. The club is at 2101 Pine Island Road in Cape Coral, 7 miles west of US 41. Telephone 239-283-1400.
Robert F. "Bob" Mahoney, 70, of Cape Coral, formerly of Readington, N.J., and Selbyville, Del., died Friday, March 7, 2014, in Cape Coral.
A Florida representative has withdrawn a proposed law that would ban local police from enforcing federal gun laws or face firing, and he says overzealous supporters are the reason why.
Residents in a southeast Cape Coral neighborhood say an abandoned home isn't just an eyesore - it's a health hazard.
Every action has a reaction. Tuesday, community leaders played out worst case scenarios to encourage children to make the right decisions.
Southwest Florida teens can see the potentially-deadly consequences of drinking, drug use, and driving with the return of the interactive play Drug House Odyssey.
On February 19, Florida Gulf Coast University added a new painting to its public art collection.
Southwest Florida candidates running for state offices had a profitable February.