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Cape’s Cutest Pets — Skylar

Submitted by Louise Hebert Meet Skylar, a 4-year-old Maltipoo. At 10 pounds, she thinks that she is much bigger than she really is. She bosses my son-in-law’s Pit/Lab mix around and growls every time my daughter’s greyhound comes near her. She lets them know who is in charge! She follows me where ever I go. Quite often, I will walk her...

Cape Kid with Style Kara Perchall

Submitted by proud mom Denise Perchall Kara M Perchall was a Freshman at Mariner High School (MHS) this 2017-2018 school year. Kara grew up doing a bunch of things like cheerleading, dance, bowling, roller skating, karate, swimming, tennis, modeling, karaoke, and golf … and she really excelled in all. Her grace and sense of rhythm helped immensely when participating in cheerleading, dance,...

From the Brewer — Scottish and Scotch Ales

When you think of Scotland and its fine beverages, Scotch Whiskey is the first to come to mind, but we cannot forget about their distinct and delicious beers! Since grains have always flourished in Scotland more than hops, malt has a heavy hand in Scottish-style beers. Based on archaeological evidence, Scottish brewing is estimated to be at least 4,000...

Happy Chocolate Day

For some of us, every day is chocolate day!  The world is a better place with chocolate! What's your favorite kind of chocolate?

Southwest Florida celebrates Hometown Teams

The Lee County Black History Society, in partnership with the Southwest Florida Historical Society, is presenting a local component of the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibit, Hometown Teams in American Communities, summer 2018. Lee County has proven to be fertile grounds for the development of future athletic stars in many sports; Deion Sanders, Jevon Kearse, Sammy Watkins, Walt Wesley, Nate...

One Yacht Club Boat Ramp To Close Temporarily July 10

The east boat ramp at The Yacht Club will be closed Tuesday, July 10 through Wednesday, July 11 to remove sand that has accumulated on the ramp. The ramp is expected to reopen Thursday, July 12. The west boat ramp at the Yacht Club will remain open. 

Sheena Reagan, Florida’s Funniest Woman

Photos by TS Gallant Photography For the last six years, Cape Coral native Sheena Reagan has been making people laugh all over the state of Florida. Being the girl who was named the “Most Responsible” superlative (and never the class clown,) doing stand-up wasn’t always the clear career choice. In 2010, at age 22, Sheena was like any other student. Unsure...

Call of a Disturbance Leads Officers to Drug Arrests

A call of a disturbance leads officers to felony drugs and a warrant. On July 3rd, 2018, at approximately 9:11 pm, officers responded to a call of a disturbance involving a vehicle in the parking lot at 1890 NE Pine Island Rd (Super Target). Officers made contact with Daniel Robert Brummett, W/M, DOB: 01/02/1986, who was seated in the driver’s seat,...

Hometown Hero Caira Everly

Caira Danielle Everly was born and raised in Cape Coral. After starting college at the former Edison College (now FSW), she transferred to and graduated from the University of Florida. Born into a family dedicated to public service, Caira started early. While in Gainesville, she worked as the only civilian on the University of Florida Collegiate Veterans Society Leadership Board....

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral

Beer, corn hole, market, movies, music, and more! Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: Hometown Teams: Sports in American Communities Exhibit Thru August 11th: There's nothing more typically American than our love of sports. Everywhere you travel in this state and country, its importance is clearly interwoven into the fabric of our daily lives, from playgrounds...
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