ENGLEWOOD — Millennium Physician Group is cementing its footprint in Englewood.
Preseason is the time to renovate on both sides of the rivers Peace and Myakka. Even this year’s Food Truck Battle champ, Cesar’s Tacos, has invested in new wheels.
Lorah Steiner, who grew Charlotte County’s Tourist Development Tax collections by 80 percent during seven years as director of tourism, is retiring on Sept. 28.
Some recollections of two lifelong residents of the Englewood area give us a clue as to how different life was here in the 1930s. Jack Tate and L.A. Ainger owned the town’s two grocery stores and were friendly rival grocers.
A Punta Gorda man was killed in an alcohol-related crash near Burnt Store Road and Alcazar Drive Wednesday evening, the Florida Highway Patrol reported.
Two former death row inmates were back in court Thursday at the Charlotte County Justice Center as their cases slowly inch toward new penalty phases.
Since 2008, 947 residents in Charlotte and Sarasota counties have died from a fall, according to the Florida Department of Health. More than 90 percent of these were residents over the age of 65.
ENGLEWOOD — Sadly, dead fish and other marine life continue to wash up along the Gulf shores of local barrier islands due to the toxic red tide algae.
ENGLEWOOD — Joseph Reichard hopes diners suffering cabin fever finally venture out and visit local restaurants — including his — before the busy season hits Englewood.
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will be asked next week to continue the catch-and-release of snook and redfish in Sarasota, Charlotte and other Southwest Florida waters due to the continuing red tide bloom.
NORTH PORT — A North Port man was arrested after sending explicit photos of a victim to her friend, according to North Port Police Department reports.
The county’s Historical Advisory Committee wants to use the building of Punta Gorda’s outgoing library, to revive the county’s old Historical Center museum.