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Art classes bring out creative side of those with Autism
TREASURE COAST -- Most of the time, children on the autism spectrum are misunderstood. There's never enough time, resources or patience to give these special children the quality of care they deserve. They sometimes get lost in the shuffle between special education classes and mainstream classroom...
Let's go fishing!
Jennifer Saranzak, environmental specialist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, show Monte Sargent of Stuart how to throw a cast net at Saltwater Fishing 101, a summer camp offered by the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center on Monday, July 15. Another saltwater fishing camp week, for teens ages 12-14, is scheduled for ...
Long-time librarian saying goodbye after 34 years
MARTIN COUNTY -- When Judi Snyder began working as a library page 34 years ago, things were a lot different. Advances in technology, different needs from the community and changes in how books are cataloged, organized and classified have adjusted life at the library, but one thing has remained the...
Making scaly new friends
Ronike Meriom of Palm City holds Skyler Levy, 2, of Port St. Lucie, allowing the child to touch a baby alligator while Blake Potsko, 2, of Stuart, watches. Tim Brown, director of education with the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center, visited Temple Beit HaYam's summer camp in Stuart on Thursday, July 18....
Website focuses on lagoon water quality data
TREASURE COAST -- FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute has launched a new website to provide real-time water measurements concerning the Indian River Lagoon. The information comes from the first of Harbor Branch's Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory units placed in the lagoon to measure important environmental paramet...
Warning issued regarding use of synthetic drugs
TREASURE COAST -- The Florida Department of Health is warning the public about the health risks associated with illicit synthetic substances. Often used to achieve the same high typically produced by drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, and amphetamines, illicit synthetic substances are life-threatening and addictive. "I...
Learning to fly higher
Gianna Cridosi, 14, of Palm City, Gabby Richardson, 11, of Fort Pierce, and Jennifer Kaminski, of Port St. Lucie, practice their toe touch at the John Carroll High School summer cheerleading camp in Fort Pierce on Wednesday, July 10....
Representative to serve on Senate Select Committee
TREASURE COAST - Will Weatherford, Speaker of Florida House of Representatives, has designated Representative Larry Lee, Jr. of District 84, along with Representatives Gayle Harrell, MaryLynn Magar, and Debbie Mayfield, to serve as a liaison to the newly-formed Florida Senate panel led by Senator Joe Negron of Stuart. "I am pl...
Bike run brings together chimps, motorcyclists
FORT PIERCE -- While most people would not easily associate bikers, philanthropy and chimpanzees, Treasure Coast Harley Davidson found a way to create a meaningful bond between them during a bike run held on June 8 to raise funds for Save the Chimps, the world's largest chimpanzee sanctuary located in Fort Pierce. The event wa...
Need to know
Housing Program office moving In order to better serve the citizens of Martin County in one convenient location, the offices of the Martin County Housing Program will be moving from the Martin County Administrative Center to the existing offices of Martin County Community Services at 435 S.E. Flagler Avenue (adjacent to the Martin County Peter...

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