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Lee Sheriff Traffic Enforcement Update (Jul. 3, 2015)

Below is information regarding targeted traffic enforcement locations for the upcoming day and the previous day's traffic enforcement results by the Lee County Sheriff's Department.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit is providing the information listed below in continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education, plus to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries and death on Lee County roads.

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Cape Coral Red, White & Boom 2015 set for this weekend

It is billed as Southwest Florida’s largest one-day event.

This Saturday, July 4, Cape Coral will once again be home to the annual Red, White & Boom Fourth of July celebration.

As it has been for over three decades, tens of thousands of people will gather in Cape Coral to enjoy an evening of live music, food, beverages, fun with friends and family, and of course, a dazzling fireworks display.

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5 Things to Do This Weekend (4th of July edition)

In an effort to help our readers plan their weekend, we have created a simple and easy way to find out what is going on in Cape Coral over the weekend.

Whether it is finding something for the family or a night out with friends, 5 Things to Do This Weekend, provides you are quick and simple solution to planning your weekend.

Below are five events taking place across Cape Coral this holiday weekend.

 

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Lee Sheriff Traffic Enforcement Update (Jul. 2, 2015)

Below is information regarding targeted traffic enforcement locations for the upcoming day and the previous day's traffic enforcement results by the Lee County Sheriff's Department.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit is providing the information listed below in continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education, plus to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries and death on Lee County roads.

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Chiquita Lock hours to expand for upcoming holiday

Operating hours for the Chiquita Lock will be expanded on July 4 to accommodate the local boating community during the holiday.

Lock operators will be on duty until midnight on Saturday for boaters returning from the fireworks displays and festivities.   

Chiquita Lock will resume normal operating hours on July 5. 

For assistance after midnight, please call (239) 542-5661.  

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Cape Coral Business Spotlight: Tubby's City Hangout

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Cape Coral News & Notes (Jul. 1, 2015)

Every Wednesday, CapeCoral.com brings our readers information, upcoming events, recent hires and promotions, and more from area businesses, clubs, and organizations.

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Lee Sheriff Traffic Enforcement Update (Jul. 1, 2015)

Below is information regarding targeted traffic enforcement locations for the upcoming day and the previous day's traffic enforcement results by the Lee County Sheriff's Department.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit is providing the information listed below in continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education, plus to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries and death on Lee County roads.

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Cape Coral Red, White & Boom 2015

This Saturday, thousands will gather at the foot of the Cape Coral Bridge to show their patriotic pride as the City of Cape Coral hosts the annual Cape Coral Red, White & Boom.

Starting with the early morning Freedom 5K over the Cape Coral Bridge, to the largest Fourth of July fireworks display later in the evening, Red, White & Boom will provide a day of fun for the entire family.

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Annual 'Save Our Summer! Feed the Cape' campaign under way

The summer food crunch for those in need is back, and so is the Cape Coral Caring Center’s annual campaign to help those who may not be able to keep nourishing meals on the table.

This is the third year for the center’s “Save Our Summer! Feed the Cape” campaign and it could be the biggest success yet.

The goal is to raise $40,000 and collect 10,000 pounds of non-perishable food to help the hungry, said Julie Ferguson, the center’s director. People can donate money or food at 13 collection centers in businesses around the city. See the list below for those locations.

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