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Benefit set for child with cancer
TREASURE COAST -- As most parents prepared their children for the first day of the new school year, Stephanie Ledlow was traveling to Gainesville, faced with the unimaginable: her soon-to-be-kindergartener, Lilly, had been diagnosed with cancer. "I was in a daze for most of the first week," Ms. Ledlow explained. "There w...
Nonprofit earned income workshop planned for Oct. 11
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Local nonprofit agencies are invited to attend an informative workshop on generating earned income and how to successfully apply the latest industry concepts. No Margin, No Mission will explore the basics of earned income revenue generation in a highly engaging, interactive, informative half-day session. Pa...
Public/private partnership has potential to improve health of lagoon
TREASURE COAST -- As the public looks to explore any and all projects and plans that could help the struggling Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie Estuary, a recent feasibility study provides encouraging news about the positive impact ...
Trying something new
Matt Dubuc of Melbourne, with 16 years of service, an U.S. Army military police sergeant, serving in both Afghanistan and Iraq, learns to stand on a surf board during the Wounded Warrior Project Surf Day held at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, last Friday, Sept. 13....
National Estuaries Day celebrated with two events
TREASURE COAST -- Florida Oceanographic Society will celebrate National Estuaries Month by hosting two Indian River Lagoon events: Hands Across the Lagoon on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 9 a.m. and Ais on the Lagoon Community Paddle, Sunday, Sept. 2...
Out of tragedy comes a lesson for others
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Nearly 10 years ago, a hidden heart condition took the life of 17- year old Jessica Clinton, a cheerleader at St. Lucie West Centennial High School. Since that time, her mother, Cheryl Lalloo has become an advocate to other parents and coaches to ...
Getting ready for Dancing with the Martin Stars
Dancing With the Martin Stars' Leslie Haviland of Stuart, associate director of student services at Keiser University, will be dancing with Travis Scott of Port St. Lucie, a dance Instructor with Fred Astaire Dance Studio....
Theme announced for 53rd annual Christmas Parade
Stuart Christmas Parade has announced that plans are underway for the 53rd annual parade. This year's parade commemorates the 100th anniversary of the City of Stuart with the theme "Christmas Past, Present, and Future: Celebrating 100 Years on the St. Lucie." The parade, which is held every year on the first Friday in December...
Families can apply for Christmas assistance
MARTIN COUNTY -- This Christmas season, The Salvation Army of Martin County will help those in need by providing assistance to local families to help them make this the happiest time of the year. Gifts, toys, food and clothing will be distributed based upon need. Applications for Christmas assistance will be taken at The Salv...
Going for the kill
The Martin County High Tiger's Nicole Howard (No.4) goes up for a kill shot watched closely by Hayley Turner (No. 21). The Martin County Tigers won against South Fork Bulldogs in three sets 25-22, 25-15, and 25-16....
Superintendent receives certification
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County School District Superintendent Laurie Gaylord was presented a certificate of completion for the Florida Association of District School Superintendents Florida Superintendent Special Certification Program. The certificate was presented to Superintendent Gaylord by Dan Boyd, FADSS president, Bill ...
Wounded Warriors take the beach
Mike Pepper, a Port St. Lucie volunteer, Erica Bower of Loxahatchee, Army counter-intelligence agent, Spanky's Surf Shop owner Bruce Strunk of Fort Pierce, volunteer and sponsor of the event, and Bruce Butler of Indiantown, volunteer....
Fire-science program pays off
TREASURE COAST -- Indian River State College Fire Science program has been ranked as offering "Fire Science Degree Programs That Really Pay Off." According to Fire Science Online College Rankings, IRSC is one of ninety colleges and universities nationally that offer great returns-on-investment. Research shows that students wa...
Need to know
Local Planning Agency vacancy Commissioner Fielding, District 2, is seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for appointment to fill a vacancy on the Local Planning Agency. All individuals serve without compensation and are requested to submit an Application for Appointment to Martin County Administration by Friday, ...

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