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‘Spooky Alley’ is back in Cape Coral for Halloween frights

Setting the scene for nights of spooks and scares! Since 2013, people in one Cape Coral neighborhood have set up “Spooky Alley” a Halloween attraction bringing in hundreds of kids. The pandemic limited last year’s display, and in 2019 the City threatened to take down the display over a code violation. With just 10 days […]

Rapid PCR testing for COVID-19 now available in Cape Coral

There is a new way to get tested quickly for COVID-19 in Cape Coral. Rapid PCR testing is now available at the Curative testing site in Cape Coral and you can get those results back in less than four hours. Curative, the company that runs the Cape Coral test site told WINK News its new […]

Cape Coral’s utility extension project set to resume next summer

The City of Cape Coral is trying to make sure a big construction project doesn’t turn into a nightmare for the people who live in the area. In the past, the cape utility extension project (UEP) led to ripped-up roads and a muddy mess for residents near the project. Many who lived through the construction […]

Farmer Joe’s in Cape Coral looking for hundreds of new employees

A big effort is underway by the soon-to-be-finished grocery store, Farmer Joe’s, to pull in hundreds of new workers. Farmer Joe’s on Pine Island Road in Cape Coral is nearly finished with construction and the owner says he’s looking for 450 employees! The fresh food grocery is expected to open in December. “This is going […]

Health care development boom to increase accessibility in Cape Coral

There will be more places to get the medical care you need in Southwest Florida, as multiple health care systems have announced plans to add more resources in Cape Coral. At Pine Island Road and Pondella Road in Cape Coral, Encompass Health is in the process of building a 40-bed inpatient care facility. Down the […]

Florida International Air Show takes to the sky this weekend

The Florida International Air Show is back after it was canceled last year due to COVID-19 concerns and lack of funding. When the air show planes fly into the Punta Gorda airport it will grab your attention. Director of Aviation for the air show, Matt Lehn said you can expect to see the same flips […]

Missing Cape Coral woman’s father upset with how case has been handled

The father of a missing woman is upset with a local police department because he says investigators made a major mistake from the beginning. Paul Dumolo spent nearly eleven-minutes in a Facebook LIVE post slamming Cape Coral Police Department about the investigation for his missing daughter, Lauren Dumolo, who was last seen in summer 2020. […]


Bike Night underway in Cape Coral

Bikers and vendors are gearing up for a big event in Cape Coral. A scaled-back Bike Night was held last year after the City of Cape Coral canceled the main event due to COVID-19 concerns. This weekend, Cape Bike Night is going to be roaring back. Bike enthusiasts are excited to get back to some […]

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Family relieved after burglary suspect is caught

A family in Cape Coral says they are breathing sighs of relief now that the thief who attacked their home is no longer roaming the streets. Cape Coral Police say that Christopher Tomasulo forced his way into a child’s bedroom window and that caused the window to land on the child. But this was just […]

Memorial for girl killed in hit-and-run damaged in another hit-and-run

A family picked up the pieces on Wednesday, repairing a memorial for their daughter who was killed in a hit-and-run. The family says it happened on Tuesday night when it was hit by another hit-and-run driver. For more than a year, the memorial stood in memory of 14-year-old Allana Staiano who was killed in a […]