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Hurricane Stock Up party taking place May 29
MARTIN COUNTY -- The beginning of June marks the beginning of Hurricane season in South Florida and the ARC of Martin County is getting ready in the most fun way they know how: with a hurricane stock up party. The Advocates for the Rights of the Challenged is a nonprofit organization that provides support, assistance and trai...
Tuition cost lowered for all Florida students
TREASURE COAST -- Governor Rick Scott and former Governors Jeb Bush and Bob Martinez applauded the passage of HB 851, lowering tuition for all Florida students. "The Florida Legislature embraced fairness for all students today by taking action to lower the costs of higher education for every family in Florida," said Governor R...
Students register to vote
Martin County High School Principal Alfred Fabrizio receives the trophy for first place in the voter registration competition, registering 381 students. The trophy was presented by Martin County Supervisor of Elections representative Kherri Anderson, middle, and Martin County Schools Superintendent Laurie Gaylor...
Grants and programs help transform teaching
MARTIN COUNTY -- The Education Foundation of Martin County, a nonprofit community investment organization that enriches and enhances educational opportunities for students and teachers in the Martin County School District, has been supporting excellence in education for over 20 years. Its mission at work includes classroom enr...
Seminars, summit to focus on teen safety
Guardians for New Futures is vigilantly striving to protect the children of the Treasure Coast. Their mission: to support the needs of abused and neglected children through community awareness and education. The vehicle: an entire summer's worth of training sessions and workshops all leading up to their third annual Child Sum...
Celebrating 100 years for the city of Stuart
The Gertrude Walden Child Care Center Children’s Choir sings ‘The World Is A Rainbow.’ Stuart’s Centennial Observation and time capsule ceremonies were held at ..
Law enforcement urges drivers to slow down
TREASURE COAST -- As Florida mourns the loss of Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Chelsea Richard, who lost her life in a deadly traffic crash on Interstate 75, the Florida State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, the Florida Highway Patrol, the Florida Police Chiefs Association, the Florida Police Benevolent Association and the...
Entrepreneurs present plans in college 'shark tank'
TREASURE COAST -- Practicing and perfecting their pitch, while potentially attracting investors is the strategy for two local entrepreneurs who will present their business plans to the Indian River State College Business Incubation Pitch Panel composed of seven well-known Treasure Coast business leaders. The "Shark Tank" event...
Silent bike ride to raise awareness, honor fallen cyclists
TREASURE COAST -- The Treasure Coast Cycling Association is hosting its Second Annual Ride of Silence to memorialize, honor, and raise awareness of the cyclist's legal right to Share the Road. The short six mile Treasure Coast RoS, with escort provided by the Stuart Police Department, departs at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 21, from ...
Happy birthday, Stuart
Dancer's Studio ballet dancers Molly Rainis, 8, of Palm City, and Kaleigh Galinis, 10, of Stuart, perform on stage during Stuart's Birthday Party in the Park, at Veteran's Park in downtown Stuart, on Saturday, May 10. ...
Parents, caregivers urged to use caution around water
TREASURE COAST -- The Department of Children and Families urges parents, caregivers and community members to use safe practices and procedures around water. "Water safety and safe practices are essential in preventing drowning," said Dennis Miles, DCF Southeast Regional Managing Director. "It's important to always supervise child...
Commissioners urge residents to support proposed veterans nursing home
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- St. Lucie County Commissioners are asking residents and businesses who want to show their support for the construction of a new 120-bed veteran's nursing home proposed to be built in the Tradition area of Port St. Lucie to contact state officials. St. Lucie County Commissioners last night accepted the donat...

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