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Bank renovates branch, revitalizes area
FORT PIERCE -- The St. Lucie County business community came out in force to Oculina Bank's open house recently celebrating the renovation of its Delaware Avenue branch at the corner of South Seventh Street and Delaware Avenue. "We really appreciate our customers and all the local business people who came out to celebrate with ...
Free class for contractors
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Following in the tradition of offering free classes for interested residents that want to learn more, the business department of Port St. Lucie will be offering a free class for contractors this week on Tuesday, June 18. The classes offered to contractors are slightly different from the ...
Readers are Leaders at school literacy event
Michael McCarthy and Curious George dance with kindergartners during Weatherbee Elementary's 'Readers are Leaders' Literacy Event in Fort Pierce on Wednesday, May 15. AmeriCorps Reads, a program of Big Brothers Big Sisters, partnered with Weatherbee Elementary School for their annual Readers are Leaders Program....
Library ArtSpace to feature youth
FORT PIERCE - The Fort Pierce Branch Library's June ArtSpace exhibit features the Billy Miller ART for Life: A Group Show on display through June 29. The Billy Miller ART for Life program provides an environment where young artists from St. Lucie County can maximize their creativity and work to produce art that transcends any ...
Barefootin’ it
John Friede of Port St. Lucie does a toe hold while barefoot skiing on Port St. Lucie’s C-24 canal near Oak Hammock Park on Saturday, May 25...
City awards grant money to boost tourism
FORT PIERCE -- To help support eco-tourism, the city commissioners approved 12 grant requests totaling $53,900 to help local businesses on June 3. The grants were submitted to the Fort Pierce Authentic Tours Boards, who made the final selections the commissioners approved. The commission approved the gran...
Putting his best foot forward
PALM CITY -- All Jose Cotto was looking for was a little artistic flair to spruce up his daily routine. What he received was part of the ongoing community service that Mark Smith and Todd Harris, co-owners of Crown Collision Center in Palm City, have become known for. Mr. Cotto, a 46-year-old Port St. Lucie resident, moved to the area in 2007 ...
Workforce Solution announces layoffs of staff
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Helping residents of the Treasure Coast navigate through the sometimes-complex world of finding a job is what the staff at Workforce Solutions have been doing for years. On June 6, Workforce Solutions employees helped their own coworkers when th...
World Ocean Day celebrations
Khalon Clayton, 6, of Fort Pierce, Connor Neziol, 7, of Port St. Lucie and Mia Johnson, 4, of Fort Pierce in front, race their boats during the celebration of World Ocean Day at the Smithsonian Marine Station and Ecosystem Exhibit on South Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce on Saturday, June 8....
Remembering Flag Day
My father fought in World War II and was in the Navy for 26 years before retiring. He passed away in 2005, but every year, on every day that honored our military, he carefully unfolded and hung out the American flag we owned. When I was little, I remember a lot of houses on my street doing the same. Now that I'm older, and having moved from place...
Celebrating the world's oceans
Paris Lopez, 8, and Juliana Odoi, 6, both of Port St. Lucie, do some experimenting with water during the International Celebration of World Ocean Day, held at the Smithsonian Marine Station and Ecosystem Exhibit on South Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce, on June 8....
Need to know
Blood drive on June 15 For the second year, Crary Buchanan is holding its Father's Day blood drive at the law firm's Port St. Lucie office from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 15. Fathers and father figures in St. Lucie County will be teaching their children about giving and caring by donating blood in honor of the holiday. The office is loca...
Dance company wins big
True Crew Dance Company, led by owner and artistic director Toni Pressimone, entered and excelled at three major dance competitions so far this year. At the Starbound Regional in Orlando, 58 routines were entered, and 45 gold and 13 high gold awards were won by students. The second competition was the State Dance Championships ...
Burning yard trash in preparation for hurricane season
TREASURE COAST -- As residents prepare for Hurricane Season, they are urged to trim trees and remove yard trash before a storm threatens. This tip is to prevent objects from becoming dangerous projectiles during a hurricane. In rural communities, tree and shrub trimmings, grass clippings, palm fronds, trees and tree stumps sta...

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