OUR POSITION: North Port has had its share of surprises this year and the resignation of David Iannotti is another challenging one.
OUR POSITION: Two families are dealing with tragedies and any help they can get is much needed.
OUR POSITION: We agree with Gov. DeSantis and Sen. Marco Rubio on the need to get a stimulus bill passed by Congress but we also need to fix o…
OUR POSITION: Congratulations are in store for the Punta Gorda/Englewood Beach Visitor & Convention Bureau and Visit Sarasota after their …
For a change, there’s been some good news on the COVID-19 front recently:
OUR POSITION: Some recent acts of kindness and unselfishness remind us this is the season of sharing and giving.
Thanksgiving is over. Or is it?
Thanksgiving is a great time for counting our blessings and expressing gratitude. In challenging times, an attitude of gratitude is all the mo…
OUR POSITION: The Punta Gorda Airport Authority’s vote to not consider proposals to privatize the airport is only a temporary halt to that pos…
OUR POSITION: The void of any leadership or plan to battle Covid-19 and protect Floridians is frustrating, yet telling.
It was a sad story with a happy ending.
In North Port, it’s pretty well known that Alice White is the No. 1 tree hugger/lover around.
It was recognition perhaps long overdue.
It was only fitting that news broke last week — just before Veterans Day — that Charlotte County is making it easier for homeless veterans to …
What would it cost to preserve more of our history?
OUR POSITION: We can’t condone allowing Floridians to die or suffer to prove a point about the coronavirus.
OUR POSITION: Charlotte County commissioners are slowly setting the table for positive growth in the county.
OUR POSITION: It’s going to take hard work, luck and a generous attitude from the public for area nonprofits to get back on their feet.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of two editorials recapping the Sun’s recommendations for local and state races in Tuesday’s election.
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Today, the Venice Gondolier recaps our recommendations for the 2020 election.
Newspapers should not have to involve attorneys to get their hands on basic public health information.