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'Epic' event to bring peace, raise money for river
MARTIN COUNTY -- Chillin' the Most plans to rock the beach to save the river this weekend with Riverstock, a peaceful movement to raise money for the Rivers Coalition. The event is all about bringing the community together in a common goal to enjoy live music and stand up for the St. Lucie River. Five local ba...
Restaurant feeds those less fortunate
MARTIN COUNTY -- Panera Bread is a business with a heart. In addition to participating in countless fundraisers and partnerships around town and around the country with a goal of feeding people and doing good deeds, the company also donates its leftovers every night to local nonprofit organizations. Panera is ...
Dancing in the streets
Rachelle Korte, 8, of Port St. Lucie, dances to Survivor performed by Fresh Catch. Stuart Main Street and the Downtown Business Association of Stuart present the 26th annual Dancing in the Streets held in Downtown Stuart on Saturday, Aug. 24....
Citizens warned to protect against mosquitoes
MARTIN COUNTY -- Three additional cases of dengue fever were confirmed today bringing the total to seven locally acquired cases in the Rio and Jensen Beach area. The Florida Department of Health in Martin County issued a health alert for mosquito-borne illness. Dengue Fever (pronounced den' gee) is a disease transmitted to human...
County urges continued advocacy and support for river, lagoon
TREASURE COAST -- As the crisis in the waterways worsens, the Martin County Board of County Commissioners is requesting all levels of government to work with Martin County in finding needed solutions. "We have two stark options right now. We can either kill the Estuary or we can fix it. It's time to fix it," said Sarah Heard, ch...
House of Hope gets a boost from food drive
Congressman Patrick Murphy delivers a case of peanut butter and case of jelly to Alyssa and Anthony Golino, 12 and 14 respectively, of Palm City, for the third annual Peanut Butter and Jelly drive to benefit House of Hope on Thursday, August 22. Thus far 2,600 pounds has been collected, with the drive ending on ...
Council providing free will reviews
MARTIN COUNTY -- The Council on Aging of Martin County will host free will reviews at the Charles and Rae Kane Center on Sept. 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The reviews are being offered through the law practice of Shaun W. Wiedrick, P.A. Individual appointments must be scheduled prior to Sept. 10 by calling the Council on Aging a...
Algae growth crippling Indian River Lagoon system
The St. Johns River Water Management District updated area residents Wednesday, Aug. 21, on efforts to combat environmental problems in Indian River Lagoon, Mosquito Lagoon and Banana River Lagoon. About 45 concerned citizens attended the meeting at Edgewater City Hall. William J. Tredik led off the semin...
Need to know
Citizen Advisory Task Force vacancies The Martin County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from individuals interested in volunteering to serve on the Community Development Block Grant Citizen Advisory Task Force. All individuals serve without compensation and are requested to submit an Application for Appointment to Martin C...

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