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Cape Coral Police Detectives Quickly Rob 7/11 Robber of his Freedom

Detectives with the Cape Coral Police Department's Major Crimes Unit made a quick arrest of a man who attempted to rob a 7/11 convenience store last night. On August 8, 2017 at approximately 2:50am, officers responded to the 7/11 store located at 345 Cape Coral Parkway East. The clerk told police a man had come in demanding money and stating...

Mighty Mighty Malbecs

As the summer barbecue season parades forward in full glory, it seems fitting to take note of the history of one of the most food-friendly grape varietals that complement the savory flavors dominating grilled fare – Malbec. Arguably one of the most popular sought-after single varietal wines today, a mere mention of this grape is likely to elicit excited...

Cape Coral Recalled

“What? You want me to move my family to someplace in Florida to open a grocery store in a place that has a population of 13 people?” That is the conversation Elmer Tabor recalls that his father had when being asked to move to Florida from West Virginia. Many residents of Cape Coral are familiar with the exciting history of the...

Meet Spencer Roach, US Coast Guard, retired

Spencer Roach has been a resident, property-owner, tax-payer and voter in Cape Coral for almost 20 years, but his career with the Coast Guard kept him out of the area for most of the last decade.  While in the military, federal law allows you to maintain your state of residency even though you may live somewhere else.  Spencer elected...

Meet Cape Kid with Style — Marina DeVito

Submitted by proud parents Joseph & Josephine DeVito Marina Nicole Angela DeVito was born on July 28th, 2000 here in Cape Coral.  She is attending Florida Southwestern Collegiate High School where she is a senior.  She is in the duel enrollment program which allows her to be a full-time college student at FSW instead of attending a main stream high...

My Cape Scapes Cape Coral Artwork Available Commemorating the 4th of July 2017

CapeStyle artist and illustrator Mark Herron has designed three pieces of art to help Cape Coral celebrate the 4th of July in style.  Mark's Cape Scapes are his unique view of what we all love about Cape Coral.   You can purchase them online at MyCapeScapes.com today and have them delivered to your home.   Artwork is 18" x 24", and...

Over The Edge Kickoff Event to benefit The Heights Foundation

The Heights Foundation hosted a kickoff happy hour on Thursday, July 27. The party was at Bahama Breeze Island Grille in Fort Myers  Guests enjoyed live music, a complimentary cocktail, appetizers, and had opportunities to win prizes. They also learned how they can go Over The Edge of the 19-story Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village.  ...

Business Style — Introducing Damsel in Defense

Stephanie Karasek, originally from Spicer, Minnesota, has called Cape Coral home for over 20 years. She is a single mom raising three kids, two sons and a daughter adopted from Russia. Her family loves being a part of the Cape Coral community. Her children have all attended school in The Cape, participated in youth sports, both soccer and gymnastics, and...

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day?

How many times have you heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day? The word breakfast obviously can be broken down into two words that really explains why it is so important. Break and fast. Yes, you are actually breaking a fast. The fast is from not eating all night while you sleep. When we fast (overnight) our...

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