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Dog brings comfort to seniors
PORT ST. LUCIE - It's almost lunchtime at The Gardens of Port St. Lucie, a senior living community, and one resident moves quietly from person to person, eliciting smiles. The cheer-spreader is called Diva, because she is a 2-year-old black Labrador retriever who was rescued from the Humane Society of St. L...
Commission approves city manager contract
FORT PIERCE - At a special meeting of the Fort Pierce City Commission on Sept. 24, it unanimously approved a contract for newly hired city manager Robert Bradshaw, the current city manager of Port Arkansas, Texas. Mr. Bradshaw was elected in a 3-2 split vote on Sept. 4. After negotiations, the final two-yea...
Restaurant marks golden anniversary
FORT PIERCE - For years, Fort Pierce residents have traveled to Dale's barbecue restaurant to enjoy a great meal and celebrate milestones. Now, the restaurant is celebrating its own milestone, having turned 50 on Oct. 12. "It's always been Dale's to everyone here," said Cindy Webster, owner of Dale's on U.S...
Meeting watery neighbors
Alexis Clark, 8, of Fort Pierce, was touching an assortment of sea creatures at the St Lucie County Aquarium on national estuaries day on Saturday, Sept. 29....
Wharf project moves forward
FORT PIERCE - At the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency board meeting on Sept. 24, the Fort Pierce City Commission voted 3-1 in front of a crowded room to accept an updated development proposal on Fisherman's Wharf. The wharf is currently owned by the city, which purchased it shortly after the 2004 hurricanes...
Treasure Coast defeated by Vero Beach
Michaela Sihler (No. 10) taps the ball over the net for Treasure Coast High School during a match against Vero Beach High School Tuesday, Sept. 25 in Port St Lucie. The Treasure Coast Titans lost the match in three sets....
Looking back on long career
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Back in 1975, Michael Monahan first stepped into the world of law enforcement when he became a deputy at the St. Lucie County jail. Now, 37 years later, he retires with the rank of major, having taken on a variety of responsibilities, such as on road patrol, ...
Getting a better look
Jamauya Wilson, 5, of Fort Pierce gets up close to a magnified version of the sea life in our ecosystem. Jamauya participated in the national estuaries day at the St. Lucie County Aquarium on Saturday, Sept. 29 in Fort Pierce....
Two raids on meth labs result in seven arrests
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Just a few days apart, law enforcement raided two houses in Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce, arresting the occupants and charging them with manufacturing methamphetamine. In both raids, local law enforcement was assisted by agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Methamphetam...
Up & coming
Library to host business workshops The Fort Pierce Branch Library will host two workshops to help small businesses, presented by Service Corps of Retired Executives. An excellent business plan workshop will be held Oct. 9 from 5-7 p.m.. A federal taxes for small business workshop will take place on Oct. 16 from 5-7 p.m. The Fort Pierce Branch o...

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