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Port Charlotte is located on the western coast of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. The city was mostly planned and developed by the General Development Corporation which also developed many other subdivisions and municipalities along the western coast of Florida. It is home to the Charlotte Sports Park which is the current site for the Tampa Bay Rays spring training.

Population: 46451
Local Newspapers: Charlotte Sun Herald
Local Sports Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Tampa Bay Devil Rays (MLB) Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Local Colleges: Southwest Florida College

Zip Codes associated with port charlotte, florida: 33948 33952 33953 33954 33980 33981 33983
Towns/Cities near port charlotte, florida : Punta Gorda Englewood Charlotte Harbor Solana Cleveland North Port

Port Charlotte News
Florida county sees alarming increase in opioid overdoses

Lee County on Florida's Gulf Coast saw 955 cases in 2017, eight times more than the 171 overdoses reported in 2013, according to medical provider Lee Health. The News-Press reported that street drug heroin and fentanyl deaths accounted for 61 deaths in 2016 in the Fort Myers area, while in Naples, they accounted for 27 deaths.

Village of Holiday Lake community pushing for change to intersection that killed 3 elderly people

PORT CHARLOTTE, FL - A car crash Tuesday has claimed the lives of three elderly people, at an intersection many say is very dangerous. "We are all extremely sorrowed by the devastation of this accident," said Jim Frey, President of the Village of Holiday Lake community.

Profile Cheryl Miller

Cheryl Miller has been collecting shells in Boca Grande for many years. She and her husband Bruce were reacquainted with the Island in 2002.

How you can win free flights for life

The company said to win you need to take a selfie with the "Getaway Car" and post it to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtags #GetawayCar #Sweepstakes and tag @Allegiant.

Neighbors push for traffic light after deadly Port Charlotte crash

Neighbors are pushing to add a traffic light at a busy intersection after three people were killed in a crash Tuesday. Alban Bianco, 80, of Gotham, Maine, Raymond Lapointe, 82, of Lewiston, Mich., and Rebecca Hlavsa, 73, of Port Charlotte, were killed in the wreck while at the intersection of Gasparilla Road and Marathon Boulevard, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Man found guilty of 2016 road rage case in Charlotte County

A 46-year-old man was found guilty Thursday of first-degree burglary with assault, according to the state attorney's office. William John Greenwald was convicted after a two-day trial in Charlotte County for his involvement in a road rage attack in April 2016, the state attorney's office said.

PERFORMANCE / TOUR: Celebrating Latin Jazz with Some Clever Twists

Pianist Joe Delaney spent most of his twenties living and working in the the U.S. Virgin Islands. During those eight years on St. Thomas back in the 1980s, he was also able to gig throughout the Caribbean and in South America, particularly Brazil.

Rays announce minor league coaching staffs

Jim Morrison, the one-time manager of the Class A Charlotte Stone Crabs, will return to his old job in Port Charlotte this season. Morrison, the Tampa product, was named as the Stone Crabs manager Wednesday after spending the past four seasons as the Rays' GCL manager.

3 killed in Englewood crash

Alban Bianco, 80, of Gotham, Maine, Raymond Lapointe, 82, of Lewiston, Mich., and Rebecca Hlavsa, 73, of Port Charlotte, were killed in the wreck around 4:45 p.m. at the intersection of Gasparilla Road and Marathon Boulevard, according to the FHP. Bianco, who was the driver of the Chevrolet Silverado, was stopped in the eastbound lane of Marathon Boulevard at the intersection, State troopers said.

Troopers: Unlicensed driver hits, kills 3 in crash

Three people died in a car crash on Tuesday afternoon after being struck by an unlicensed, uninsured driver in Charlotte County. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a driver with two passengers was moving through the intersection of Gasparilla Road and Marathon Boulevard at 4:45 p.m. when another vehicle hit them on the right side.

K-9 deputy finds suspect hiding in SUV after rash of car break-ins

According to the sheriff's office, an investigation into four separate vehicle break-ins led deputies to an SUV on Blaine Avenue where they found 24-year-old Dillon Leslie of Port Charlotte curled up in the backseat. Before finding Leslie, deputies responded to the area at approximately 10 p.m. for a vehicle burglary.

Charlotte County deputy fired for improper relationship while on duty

According to a newly-released CCSO Internal Affairs report, Deputy Robert Tuck, who is married, would meet with the woman routinely inside different undercover vehicles, parking in public places that included the Port Charlotte Mall and Around the Clock Fitness.

Deputy Norman Lewis' mother finds comfort in God, newfound family in year since his death

Deputy Norman Lewis' mother, Norma Lewis, remembers her son a year after he was killed in a crash while pursuing accused killer Markeith Loyd. Deputy Norman Lewis' mother, Norma Lewis, remembers her son a year after he was killed in a crash while pursuing accused killer Markeith Loyd.

Shelters to open in SWFL amid cold weather

From 6:30 p.m. to 8 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday at The Homeless Coalition on 1476 Kenesaw St. in Port Charlotte From 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the Golden Gate Community Center on 4701 Golden Gate Pkwy., in North Naples From 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Naples and Immokalee Friendship House on 602 W. Main St. in Immokalee Inclement weather shelters - St Matthews House, 2001 Airport-Pulling Rd, Naples & Immokalee Friendship House, 602 W Main St, Immokalee 8pm-5am all days below 55F pic.twitter.com/Pe8shiA2Tl

Port Charlotte residents fed up with noisy business

Residents in a Port Charlotte neighborhood said a nearby business is making too much noise and waking neighbors early in the morning. People living on Rose Apple Circle said almost every morning they hear a loud beeping noise coming from Sunbelt Rentals, located on Veterans Boulevard.

Cold-weather shelter to open in Port Charlotte; blankets, jackets needed in Lee

A cold-weather shelter will open Wednesday and Thursday nights for people who need refuge from the anticipated cold temperatures. The Homeless Coalition, 1476 Kenesaw St. in Port Charlotte, will be open from 6:30 p.m. to 8 a.m. both nights.

Port Charlotte woman, 46, killed in North Port crash

One person was killed in a crash early Saturday morning on North Cranberry Boulevard, the North Port Police Department said. Christine D. Fuhlman, 46, of Port Charlotte, was driving around 3:31 a.m. in a 2003 Ford 4Dr on North Cranberry Boulevard and approached a reduce speed curve near Homewood Street, according to police.

Port Charlotte woman dies in single-car crash

NORTH PORT, FL - The North Port Police Department is investigating a single-vehicle crash that claimed the life of one person early Saturday morning. According to officers, Christine Fuhlman, 46, of Port Charlotte, suffered fatal injuries after her vehicle overturned around 3:30 a.m. Saturday.

Deputies looking for Port Charlotte thief

According to deputies, the suspect entered the Kings Highway Wal-mart with an old receipt, collected the items and "returned" them for cash. According to deputies, the suspect entered the Kings Highway Wal-mart with an old receipt, collected the items and "returned" them for cash.

'Land grab' or too small? Everglades reservoir plan denounced by several groups

Walls of rock and earth up to 35 feet high will enclose a water-storage pit that could be as big around as the city of Boca Raton. Massive pumps will deliver water from Lake Okeechobee and distribute it south to the Everglades, bringing desperately needed moisture to marshes that have been parched for decades, as well as to Florida Bay.

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