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Planning board discusses future of public transit
MARTIN COUNTY -- The Martin Metropolitan Planning Organization debated the future of public transportation in Martin County before voting in late June to send the matter to the county commission for further discussion. Consultants from the Ty Lin International Group spoke to board members June 23 about their...
Ballot set for August primary election
TREASURE COAST -- The qualifying period for the Aug. 26 primary election has closed and political signs will begin to appear on street corners in greater numbers. The August ballot will include both partisan races and nonpartisan races. By state la...
Bike parade fun
Stuart resident Gabriel Ledon, 6, rides with the Sewall's Point Bike Parade. The 21st annual Fourth of July event at Sewall's Point is always highlighted by the Bicycle Parade. Riders dressing up their bicycles, strollers and wagons to parade around Town Commons Park. Other events included a sack race, water sli...
Car tag renewals decrease in September
TREASURE COAST -- Automobile owners with birthdays on or after Sept. 1will get an extra birthday gift courtesy of Gov. Rick Scott. Beginning in September, original and renewal registrations for certain vehicles will have rates slashed due to statewide tax cuts, said Indian River County Tax Col...
Study links lagoon fish consumption, elevated mercury levels
TREASURE COAST -- Scientists at Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute analyzed hair samples to determine mercury concentrations of 135 residents living along the Indian River Lagoon and found that individuals who reported eating locally-caught seafood one or more times per day are nearly four time...
Making way for turtles
Environmental Study Center Council Members Jane Buss and Cory Carter of Palm City, Gene VanCuren and Vice President of the Study Council Cody Mott, both of Stuart Ecological Associates Inc., presenting sponsor Bob Ernest, Environmental Study Center Director Dianne Pierce and Second Vice President Mary Radabaugh,...

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