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Cape Coral activist and former mayoral candidate Stephen Lovejoy said a November arrest for violating a state stop work order has to do with a workman's compensation dispute.
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Live: Traffic information Today, the Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit will target at least one of the following three locations for enforcement: 1. San Carlos Boulevard, Fort Myers Beach 2. Santa Barbara Boulevard, Cape Coral 3. Three Oaks Parkway, Fort Myers / Estero On Friday, deputies issued 65 citations and 141 warnings.
The Cape Coral Fire Department says a 9-year-old pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Cape Coral Tuesday evening.
The official youth arm of the local GOP is bucking elders and top state officials by rejecting calls for Rep. Trey Radel's resignation.
Prosecutors filed their response to a Southwest Florida real estate investor who is trying to back out of a plea deal he agreed to on fraud charges.
A former Rosemount resident has been charged with four tax felonies arising from allegations that she filed fraudulent tax returns, according to a Minnesota Department of Revenue news release.
Cape Coral police need your assistance in locating a missing endangered adult. A Silver Alert has been issued for Pasquqale Costanzo, 75, Gray hair, Hazel eyes.
This story is contributed by a member of the Naples community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Naples Daily News In partnership with the Art Council of Southwest Florida, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation held a reception for the current featured artwork in this year's Art & Community art exhibition series on Friday, Nov. 22 at ... (more)
Whether you're looking to lend a hand to a charity gala, peruse art galleries and museums or relax at some of the best fishing and shelling spots in the world, there's something in Lee County for you.
If you like contemplating unique vestiges of the past -- without stooping and sifting mud or gravel --mark your calendar for the Fossil Club of Lee County's ninth annual Fossil Show.
Recently, I was privileged to speak before a group of people, who struggle to hear, struggle to see and struggle to take their next steps.
The guest speaker, Jim Gillespie, will discuss the Ulster Project, which is an international peace project.
It is the day when these leaders come before Southwest Florida's state legislative delegation.