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City takes steps towards health
FORT PIERCE -- One step at a time, one person at a time, Fort Pierce city employees are getting healthier. That's thanks to the health and wellness program the employees are involved in. "We implemented the wellness program back in 2011," said Sheritta Johnson, risk manager for the city. "This is one of t...
Library debuts new art space
FORT PIERCE -- The Fort Pierce Branch Library has refurbished the northeast corner of the first floor to allow patrons a more relaxing area to access the library's WiFi and conduct work on their laptops and tablets. One major part of the new look includes a new monthly program called ArtSpace, where local artists can display t...
Nonprofits hosting public event
FORT PIERCE -- The Solar and Energy Loan Fund, St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity, and the St. Lucie County Community Services Department are co-hosting the "Sweet Home St. Lucie" event to increase energy awareness in the community and to provide more information about related grant opportunities, energy assessments, low-interest ...
It's the time of year to think of others
Hello, everyone. There is so much going on in Fort Pierce this week, I'm not sure where to start. But although there are a variety of different things to do, they all have one thing in common -- they are all about helping others. If you get a chance, head out the Team City of Fort Pierce and FPUA's barbecue on May 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. a...
Sharing the gift of music
Dan Johnson, of Fort Pierce, plays a Dobro (resonator guitar) during a jam session by the Roseland Music Guild at the Roseland Community Center Thursday, April 18. He and a dozen or so musicians gather every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. to play a mix of Bluegrass, old country and gospel music....
For the love of dance
Members of Dance Academy of Stuart and South Florida Dance Company, among others, participate in a flash mob in recognition of the second annual National Dance Week in downtown Stuart on Saturday, April 27....
Schools making great strides
Hello, everyone. There are so many great things happening in our schools right now, I wanted to fit as much as I could before they all let out for the year. First, congratulations to Palm Pointe Educational Research School in Tradition. The teachers, staff and students there are continuing to keep the bar raised as one of the best schools in the ...
Port St. Lucie school recognized by city, state
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Palm Pointe Educational Research School in Tradition received honors from two different sources recently. The first came when Erik Henik received news that he was one of five finalists for the state school-related employee award. Mr. Henik has been with St. Lucie Public Schools for seven years, and has worked...
Raising money for cancer awareness
Jackie Stanley, Cheyenne Adams, Sheila Cash, survivor chair, and Bill Paterson, lead the survivors for the first lap of the relay. Each year more than 4 million people in more than 20 countries raise funds and awareness to save lives affected by cancer through the Relay For Life movement. Relay For Life in St. L...
College foundation awards teaching chairs
TREASURE COAST -- When the three professors entered the lecture hall at Indian River State College, they though they were attending a seminar on student success. But Matthew Brooks, John Carpenter and Tiffany Lewis soon realized that the crowd of college administrators, faculty and students were gathered ...
Fourth annual reading festival is fun for everyone
The St. Lucie Reading Council's Fourth Annual Family Reading Festival was held at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie on Saturday, April 27. Students, parents and county residents came out to enjoy a day full of books and reading. Port St. Lucie resident Khamile Jackson, 5, takes center stage to read 'The 3 Littl...
Up & coming
Learn more about advanced technology careers Indian River State College is hosting a special Advanced Technology Open House at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7. For more information about courses and degrees in emerging technologies or information regarding the upcoming Emerging Technology Open House on May 7, call (866) 792-4772, visit www.irsc.edu...
Encounters with lady beetles
Kindergarten students Kaylana Newton, Kaleb Cason, middle, and Marlo Wilkerson carry lady beetles to be released....
St. Lucie County Tourist Development Council celebrates National Tourism Week
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - The St. Lucie County Tourist Development Council is joining other cities, states and businesses nationwide in the annual salute to travel and tourism in America, May 4 - 12. National Travel and Tourism Week is a collective effort to promote the power of travel through customized events in communities nationw...

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