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District semi-finalists for Teacher of Year named
FORT PIERCE -- With an entourage of school officials bearing balloons, hugs and congratulations, three teachers were surprised in their classrooms on Jan. 24 to find out they were named district semi-finalists for the title of St. Lucie County Teacher of the Year. The semi-finalists are: Loryn Black of Fair...
Youth of Year named
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Once a year, the Boys and Girls Club of St. Lucie County holds an annual competition looking for the "best of the best," a young person who, through attending a Boys and Girls Club, was better able to handle the difficult times in ...
City gets money for one hurricane, denied money for another
FORT PIERCE -- At a recent meeting, the Fort Pierce City Commission gave its unanimous approval to accept state and federal reimbursement for damages caused by Hurricane Isaac in 2012. But about the same time, area officials heard their claims for damages caused by Hurricane Sandy were denied. The two storm...
Treasure hunting
Jeanne Johansen, president of the Treasure Coast Art Association, shows off a cast iron corn bread mold at Treasures In Town Arts and Antique Fest at Avenue A in downtown Fort Pierce on Saturday, Jan. 26. The fest will be held on the fourth Saturday of every month....
City updates its animal ordinance
PORT ST. LUCIE -- At a January meeting, the Port St. Lucie City Council unanimously voted to update its animal control ordinance, which previously defined what constituted dangerous dogs. Now, the ordinance has been rewritten to encompass all aggressive animals. The change came about because animal contro...
Birdhouse construction rebounds
Maliyah, 7, with sister Mikayla Holloway, 7, both of Port St. Lucie, paint the bird houses they built at Port St. Lucie's Botanical Gardens on Saturday, Jan. 26....
Fun at Taste of Little Italy
Alexis MicMillan, 9, and Daniel Delisser, 6, of Port St. Lucie spin at the sixth annual Taste of Little Italy at Port St. Lucie's Tradition Square on Sunday, Jan. 27....
Superintendent announces retirement
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- At a recent school board meeting, St. Lucie County School Superintendent Michael Lannon announced he would step down from his position in June. He took a moment to reflect on his decade's time with the county. "I first began with the district in June of 2003," he said. "While I was alrea...
Researchers restoring oyster reefs in lagoon, river
TREASURE COAST -- Discarded oyster shells from Tin Fish, Conchy Joe's and several other seafood restaurants around the Treasure Coast are making their way back to the water as part of a project to restore reefs in the Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie River estuaries. Scientists at the Florida Oceanographic Society...
For the birds
Lucas Powers, 2, of Port St. Lucie paints his bird house at the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens on Saturday, Jan. 26....
Up & coming
Business summit for minorities, women Indian River State College is hosting the 2013 Minorities and Women in Business Summit Feb. 8 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Tickets are $59 per person. The price includes breakfast, a working luncheon and networking opportunities for local business women ...

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