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5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral (Nov 15-18)

Holiday festivals, movies, parties, shopping, snow and more! Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: One Stop Holiday Shop Thursday:  Stop by the Yacht Club Ballroom from 5 - 8 pm to do some early holiday shopping...

Russian String Orchestra to Perform for Cape Coral Students

Middle school students of Diplomat Middle School will have a rare opportunity to hear world-class musicians. On November 19, the Russian String Orchestra will perform a private concert for the students in the school auditorium. The concert is provided courtesy of the Fort Myers Community Concert Association as part...

Learn to fall in love with Indoor Cycle Classes

Just the thought of sitting on a stationary bike in a dark room for 45 minutes probably turns your nose up at indoor cycling, right? Don’t give up so easy! This class gets your heart rate up, is highly motivating and a great way to escape from your stressed out day...

Burglar Steals from His Own Family and Then Others Before Being Caught

On November 9, 2018, around 7:45 PM, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service. This was in reference to a past occurred residential burglary at the 1100 bock of SE 33rd Terr. The victims reported that their house had been burglarized and a .357 revolver, along with some Halloween candy, was taken....

Meet Kid With Style Mia Mazurkiewicz

Teacher, Mayor, Governor and Olympian are the goals 11-year-old Mia Mazurkiewicz has set for herself. Every day she moves closer to accomplishing these goals. Each career day at school, Mia either is a teacher or a scientist. She helps her dad, former Cape Coral Mayor Joe Mazurkiewicz, with his duties as liaison to...

Cape Coral Fire Station 11 Grand Opening

Fire Station 11, located at 1038 Burnt Store Rd., is open and ready to serve the northwest Cape Coral community Fire Station 11 has been in the Fire Department’s Master Plan and the City’s Capital Improvement Plan for five years. Construction for the station was funded by Debt Proceeds secured by the Fire...

A Life Interrupted

There are so many touching stories about military families and the sacrifices they make, but the bittersweet one I’d like to share is about my neighbor, Jack. Jack is a Vietnam Vet who did three tours and, consequently, lived a life interrupted.  Jack’s high school sweetheart was Dianne. Shortly...

New Zealand Wines

New Zealand, the whimsically landscaped country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, is known as the Land of the Long White Cloud. Formed by fire and ice, volcanic and glacial activity are almost nonexistent in modern times but have left the country with excellent soil for the grape growing industry. Although technically located at temperate latitudes, being a narrow tract...

WITTICISMS

Have you noticed since everyone has a video recorder on their phones these days that no one talks about seeing UFOs like they used to?Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird....
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