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Local students celebrate literacy
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County Schools know that reading skills are vital to lifelong success. That's why educators are pointing their students to the moon, stars and all the space in between with this year's Celebrate Literacy Week. "Reading Accelerates Success" is this year's theme as Just Read, Florida! aims to show studen...
Agencies helping expectant mothers maintain healthy weight
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County Healthy Start Coalition believes that every baby deserves a healthy start in life. The statewide organization does so by offering free services like health screenings, childbirth education and counseling to pregnant women to ensure their babies have the best chance of being born happy and health...
Mini recital time
Three year old Mia Miele of Stuart performs the creative movement dance 'Waking up with Wings' as Ashley Calvino awaits her turn during the mini-recital put on by StarStruck Performing Art Center's creative movement class, on Wednesday Dec. 18. For more information please visit starstruckfl.com....
Food Bank celebrates 25th anniversary
TREASURE COAST -- You may not realize that the meals we eat have a history as rich as their taste. As the Treasure Coast Food Bank commemorates 25 years of providing sustenance, security and hope to people in need throughout the Treasure Coast, the organization is reflecting on its past while exploring the history of food and ...
Local families benefit from housing program
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County Housing announced that two local families have new homes in the New Year. Additionally, four low-income rental homes in Palm City are now available for qualified individuals. The two families were able to purchase homes with down payment and closing cost assistance from Martin County's Housing Prog...
Happy New Year!
The New Year's Celebration was held at the Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast in Jensen Beach, on Saturday, Jan. 4. The ball dropped and confetti flew at noon for the celebration....
Charter school ranked number one on Treasure Coast
MARTIN COUNTY -- An overwhelming sense of pride is what faculty and staff at Clark Advanced Learning Center felt last month when they found out that the school was ranked the number one high school on the Treasure Coast by the Florida Department of Education. Clark, a charter school that operates at the Chastain campus of Ind...
County fair returns in February
MARTIN COUNTY -- The 55th annual Martin County Fair returns to the fairgrounds Feb. 14 -22. Opening ceremonies and the Miss Martin County Fair Pageant begin at 4:30 p.m. This year's event is filled with entertainment, rides, exhibits and fun for the whole family. There will be live wolves daily that are b...
Starting up the bridge
The 31st annual Bridge Buster 5k Run and Walk takes participants across and back on the South Bridge ending at the River Walk Center in Fort Pierce on Saturday, Jan 4. Seventy-year-old Fort Pierce resident Ed Ruby finished second in his division with a time of 28:06.609....
Stamp prices to increase this month
The cost of sending a postcard or a letter to a pen pal will go up in this new year. The United States Postal Service will implement a new pricing structure on stamps and other shipping service effective Jan. 26, a press release said. First-class stamps for letters weighing up to one ounce mailed d...
Chlorine maintenance scheduled for January
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County Utilities and the City of Stuart will temporarily change the method of chlorinating potable water to insure the future safety of the water. Utility water users may notice an unusual chlorine taste or odor in their tap water during the period of Jan. 19- 25. These temporary conditions will not be ...
Ready to conquer the bridges
Michelle Lawles of Vero Beach partnered with Ayla Leitenbauer, 6, of Fort Pierce, first in her age group, and twin brother Jordan placed first in his age group. Their little brother Brandon, 4, came in second. Jordan and Brandon ran the last 100 yards of the race again to encourage their sister to finish the rac...
Need to know
Historic preservation board vacancies The Martin County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from individuals interested in being considered for appointment to fill vacancies on the Historic Preservation Board. All individuals serve without compensation and are requested to submit an Application for Appointment to Martin County A...

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