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Putting his best foot forward
PALM CITY -- All Jose Cotto was looking for was a little artistic flair to spruce up his daily routine. What he received was part of the ongoing community service that Mark Smith and Todd Harris, co-owners of Crown Collision Center in Palm City, have become known for. Mr. Cotto, a 46-year-old ...
Paddleboard event helps project
Lindsay Terech, 4, of Palm City goes for a ride on a paddle board. The second annual Stand Up For Autism Paddle Board event, which benefits the Treasure Coast Autism Project was held at the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County in Jensen Beach on Saturday, June 8. The Treasure Coast Autism Project (TCAP) is a pri...
Fun under the Big Top
Cheryl Larschan of Palm City, outpatient infusion services manager, Zara McQuaid of Port St. Lucie, volunteer, Marie Degrosa of Jensen Beach, cancer center site supervisor, Irene Ball of Port St. Lucie, research administrative assistant, and Pat Schmadir of Sewall's Point, a 9 year cancer survivor, participate i...
Several events will help residents remember Flag Day
My father fought in World War II and was in the Navy for 26 years before retiring. He passed away in 2005, but every year, on every day that honored our military, he carefully unfolded and hung out the American flag we owned. When I was little, I remember a lot of houses on my street doing the same. Now that I'm older, and having moved from place...
Education scores for county come in higher than state average
MARTIN COUNTY -- Results of the 2013 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, released recently by the Florida Board of Education, showed Martin County exceeded the state averages in every grade level and subject. Also, according to state r...
No skis necessary for this day on the water
Barefoot skiing since 1961, National Mens 7 Champion Al Hager, 67, of Stuart performs a one foot wave on the C-24 canal in Port St. Lucie near Oak Hammock Park on Saturday, May 25....
Waterpark selected for swim and dive meet
MARTIN COUNTY -- Having been open for a little more than a year, the Sailfish Splash Waterpark Aquatic Athletics Center is "swimming" in good news, as it was recently announced the center was chosen by the Florida Swimming Pool Association to be the site for the High School Invitational Swimming and Divi...
Students enjoy a paddle boarding field trip
Moose Brown, owner of TC Paddle, comes to the rescue of Evan Garrison, 6, of Port St. Lucie and Owen Quirk, 7, of Stuart after they venture out of their comfort zone. Students from the Treasure Coast Autism Project Community Christian Academy enjoy paddle boarding therapy on the water during their field trip wit...
Out on the water
National Mens 7 Champion Al Hager, 67, of Stuart, and John Friede, 64, of Port St. Lucie, barefoot ski side by side down Port St. Lucie's C-24 canal at over 40 mph near Oak Hammock Park on Saturday, May 25....
Need to know
Lion King comes to stage The Martin County High School Drama Department is featuring the summer production of "The Lion King" on June 19 and 20. "The Lion King" will be performed at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on June 19 and 20 at the Wanda H. Yarboro Performing Arts Center, located at 2801 S. Kanner Highway in Stuart. Tickets are $5. For more informati...
Red helpers
Allan Burroughs of Stuart, owner of the Home Repair Network and vendor with Keller Williams, Tammy Eiseman of Port St. Lucie, Realtor for Keller Williams and RED day coordinator, and Paul Stancato of Jensen Beach, lead painter with Home Repair Network took part in the renovating and organizing the store the Harv...
Burning yard trash in preparation for hurricane season
TREASURE COAST -- As residents prepare for Hurricane Season, they are urged to trim trees and remove yard trash before a storm threatens. This tip is to prevent objects from becoming dangerous projectiles during a hurricane. In rural communities, tree and shrub trimmings, grass clippings, palm fronds, trees and tree stumps sta...

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