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Mar
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'Jet Live Events' launches in Cape Coral

Partners in Dixie Roadhouse, Cadillac Jack's, and Jet Sound have teamed up to create a new live event production company known as "Jet Live Events".

The new business will provide sound, lights, staging, and video equipment as well as DJ's, MC's, and technicians for concerts, festivals, weddings, business meetings, and other events all around Southwest Florida.

Tue
15
Mar

D.R. Horton set to purchase 'Golf Club' property

One of the largest homebuilders in the United States is lining up its ducks for a shot at developing Cape Coral’s troubled property known as The Golf Club.

D.R. Horton officials visited City Manager John Szerlag on Friday, March 11, and told him they are the contract purchaser for the 175-acre site at 4003 Palm Tree Blvd. They also told him they hope to build single-family homes.

Tue
15
Mar
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Rack'Em Billiards celebrates 20th anniversary this weekend

This weekend, Cape Coral's Rack'Em Billiards will celebrate a milestone 20 years in business in the South Cape.

Located in the heart of the city's entertainment district, Rack'Em Billiards has become a staple in the South Cape night scene over the past two decades, providing more than just a place to have a few drinks, but a home away from home for its faithful following.

Tue
15
Mar
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Cape Coral Business: New and Relocating Businesses (Feb. 2016)

Each month, Cape Coral sees a number of new businesses coming into the city.

To help our readers become acquainted with new companies calling Cape Coral home, each month, we publish a list of all the new Cape Coral businesses for the previous month.

Not only does the feature list new businesses, but also those that have relocated their company and continue to serve the citizens of Cape Coral.

Mon
07
Mar

U-Haul location wants to add more inventory despite city objections

A Cape Coral businessman says he’ll lose his convenience store business if he can’t find a way to expand his U-Haul rental operation on his property.

“If we lose our U-Haul we’re going to lose our store,” Charles DeBono, owner of DeBono's Stop & Go, told Cape Coral’s Planning and Zoning Commission while asking for a second extension on his request to change the 16-year-old resolution that let him start the rental service. He rents the U-Hauls from his convenience store at 2200 Santa Barbara Blvd.

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