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Police chief retires, replacement named
STUART - After nearly 14 years in the position, Stuart Police Chief Edward M. Morley is set to retire on Sept. 30. Longtime Assistant Chief David Dyess will take the job beginning Oct. 1. Chief Morley said he has no clear plans on how he'll spend his retirement, but had been considering the move for about two years...
Walk will raise funds for cancer patients, education
MARTIN COUNTY - About 200 supporters of an effort to fight breast cancer are set to take to the streets next month for Indiantown Community Outreach's second annual breast cancer awareness walk-a-thon. The event is set for Oct. 20 and will cover 5 kilometers or about 3 miles. Indiantown Community Outreach is work...
Kicking up their heels
Jade Smith of Stuart was the Martin County star paired to dance the cha cha with professional instructor Lukas Klotzsche during the annual 'Dancing with the Martin Stars' event at the Lyric Theatre Saturday, Sept. 22. The event pairs local non-dancers with professionals after months of practice to ...
Up & coming
College hosting career fair Indian River State College will host a "Pick Your Path" fall career fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the IRSC Blackburn Educational Building. For more information, visit the Blackburn Educational Building, call (866) 792-4772, email info@irsc.edu or visit www.irsc.edu. Book launch at library Kendra Brown and "The Pages...
South Fork wins volleyball contest
South Fork High School's Lily Tysinger (No. 14) rejects Fort Pierce Central captain Roneisha Jordan (No. 4) at the net during a match held at Central on Sept. 18. South Fork won 25-18, 25-10, 25-10....

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