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The Rating Outlook for the special obligation revenue bonds, capital improvement and refunding bonds, and the implied unlimited general obligation rating is Stable.
Cape Coral leaders breathed a sigh of relief Thursday at City Hall. They were relieved a judge cleared the way for the fire service assessment.
Most of Southwest Florida's high schools had an increase in their graduation rates, according to state statistics released Wednesday.
A warning was issued today by the Florida Department of Health in Lee County to the public about wild animals.
It was the merriest Christmas followed by the happiest of new years in Aura Samayoa's life -- all thanks to caring strangers.
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A decision on approval for a proposed alternative charter high school in south Lee County has been put on hold for at least one month.
The controversial Fire Service Assessment was the topic of a three-hour hearing that transformed into a three-month fight.
Marga H. Lasch, 83, of Cape Coral went home to be at peace with our heavenly Father Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
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.