Sizzle SWFL Restaurant Week is a semiannual promotion that celebrates dining out at an affordable price.
Al Rich, CRPC®, Financial Advisor for Nolte Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, ran 26.2 miles in memory of the late Boston police officer Dennis “DJ” Simmonds.
Spring is here, and when the weather is nice, there's no better outdoor activity than a nice, scenic hike. Check out these recommendations!
Looking for something to do this month? We've put together a few ideas for you as you make your way through May 2018.
The funds will be used to support CCFW’s program to protect the habitat of the Cape’s burrowing owls.
Located in Rubicond Park in the SE Cape, the Cape Coral Arts Studio provides a wide variety of fine arts and fine crafts classes and workshops to residents and visitors of all ages.
Looking for something to do this month? We've put together a few ideas for you as you make your way through April 2018.
Skateboarders, bikers, and scooters have enjoyed the newly renovated 27,000-square-feet of wood ramps at Eagle Skate Park in Cape Coral.
Children will have the chance to create unique art projects, play a game of basketball or soccer with a Cape Coral Police Officer or Lee County Sheriff, all in a fun and safe environment.
So far, people in the community love the new addition of Gather at Tarpon Point, which serves popular dishes, such as pancakes for breakfast and spicy shrimp and chorizo for lunch/dinner.