PORT CHARLOTTE — Anyone interested in a report on how to increase affordable housing in Charlotte County can attend a public hearing at 10 a.m. Thursday at 1050 Loveland Blvd.
PORT CHARLOTTE — An evening of insults failed to stop Charlotte County commissioners from voting unanimously Tuesday night in favor of the latest septic-to-sewer conversion project in the Ackerman neighborhood.
PORT CHARLOTTE— Thirty-eight out of 53 dogs taken in by the Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County (AWL) from a busted puppy mill in Tampa have found their forever homes.
ARCADIA — DeSoto County Commissioners have mixed feelings about the idea of needing help from Charlotte County when it comes to the future of Mosaic phosphate mining in the southwest Florida area.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Charlotte County probably won’t have to wait very long for pollutants to drop off after septic-to-sewer conversion projects, a university scientist told commissioners Tuesday.
PUNTA GORDA — More changes could be on the way at Fishermen’s Village in Punta Gorda as the City Council considers amending an ordinance Wednesday that will allow the company to further improve the property.
PORT CHARLOTTE — The final public hearing on the Charlotte County’s third septic-to-sewer neighborhood conversion is today at 5 p.m. at the Charlotte Harbor Conference and Event Center, 75 Taylor St., Punta Gorda.
PUNTA GORDA — When something is perennial, it’s persistent, enduring, never-ending. Films submitted to the Perennial Film Festival hope to have messages that are just that.
PUNTA GORDA — Florida Gulf Coast University Herald Court in Punta Gorda is celebrating the authors that have completed their books while attending one of the school’s programs.
PORT CHARLOTTE — The Department of Children and Families is investigating a Port Charlotte martial arts studio it says was operating as an after-school facility without a license.
PUNTA GORDA — Three people were injured in a Charlotte County crash Monday morning on Interstate 75 after being ejected from their vehicle near the Tuckers Grade exit, the Florida Highway Patrol reported.
PUNTA GORDA — If you have ever wondered what over a million Christmas lights looks like, you should check out Fishermen’s Village in Punta Gorda this holiday season.
ENGLEWOOD — A seance, a football game and a night of drinking led to the arrest of a woman who allegedly knocked a man unconscious last week in his home.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Some Charlotte County commissioners think they heard a call for help from DeSoto County commissioners.
PUNTA GORDA — Don’t be alarmed if you’ve noticed an odor floating up from canals in the Punta Gorda waterways lately — it’s not red tide.