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The controversial Fire Service Assessment was the topic of a three-hour hearing that transformed into a three-month fight.
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
How much do you know about Islam?
3 hrs ago | Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Marga H. Lasch, 83, of Cape Coral went home to be at peace with our heavenly Father Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
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Freda Muribi has navigated her way through many unfamiliar worlds. Growing up in Tripoli, the second largest city in Lebanon, Muribi moved to the U.S. with her children and husband when his job transferred him to Chicago in 1977.
Tuesday night, 33-year-old Virinder Brar told us he's sorry and he didn't intentionally mean to stalk two teenage girls.
A boat club based in Cape Coral came up with a new twist to help celebrate Wreaths Across America to honor military veterans as it participates in the ceremony for the third year Saturday, Dec. 14, in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Cape Coral Fire Department's annual toy drive received a huge boost this week when a mystery donor dropped off hundreds of dollars worth of toys.
After lengthy conversations, requests for sponsors and diligently exploring ways to accomplish our goal of "the show must go on," the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral has announced the end of the Red, White & BOOM! annual Fourth of July celebration.
The local Cape Coral Elks Lodge No. 2596 has been forced to close its doors. Members received a letter from the office of the Grand Exalted Ruler Millard C. Pickering based in Oklahoma suspending the club's charter effective Nov. 29. Among allegations in Pickering's letter are failing to maintain a sound financial condition.
Tonight, an East Naples neighborhood is in the dark because of a dispute over unpaid electric bills.
Live streaming video by Ustream Cape Coral City Council has a few items on the agenda of note including paying Consultant Michael Burton of Burton & Associates an extra $35,0000.
There is a large prescribed burn in North Cape Coral between Andalusia and Gator Circle.
The Harry Chapin Food Bank is just one of six nonprofits that received $350 courtesy of the Veranda, from May 1 through Oct. 31, for its work in feeding the hungry in Southwest Florida.
A picture with Santa is a central part of many Christmas traditions, but some families would never get that opportunity if not for a special Santa who showed up at Edison Mall on Sunday.
"Killer show. There's, I don't know, 60 or so cars inside. Very unique stuff, stuff I haven't seen before.