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Changes bring new ideas, goals for football, cheer program
FORT PIERCE -- For more than a decade, the Fort Pierce Pop Warner program has given local youth a reason to get off the couch and get involved in sports. Whether it was football, cheerleading or dance teams, the football field on Avenue M in Fort Pierce was alive with children learning how to become part of a team and ...
School board votes to extend search for leader
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - At a June 17 meeting, the St. Lucie County School Board decided to extend the search for a new superintendent. The school district's current superintendent, Michael Lannon, announced last year his plans for retiring at the end of the school year this year. Since that time, the school district contracted with...
Grapplers take the mat
Noah Coulter, 16 of Wellington bridges in an effort to avoid being pinned by Gene Filemont, 17, of Port St. Lucie. Filemont won the match 4-2 at the wrestling tournament held at the Port St. Lucie P.A.L Center on Saturday, June 8....
City looking for resident input
FORT PIERCE - With a new budget year looming, the city is turning to the residents for input on how to spend a little more than $500,000 that will be allocated to the city by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The funds from the government will be for the program year that runs from Oct...
Local students show their heart
Heart Of the Champion Unplugged premiered at the Sunrise Theatre on Saturday, June 11. Heart Of the Champion is an independent feature film to be produced on the Treasure Coast using local talent. Lots of local youth were on hand to perform for those who attended the event. The Avenue D Boys and Girls Choir perf...
City to look at annexation in upcoming meeting
PORT ST. LUCIE - A portion of property west of Range Line Road is scheduled to be back in front of the Port St. Lucie City Council at the June 24 meeting. The property, known as the McCarty Ranch property, has the potential to be annexed and become part of the city. The property is approximately 3,000 acr...
Senior Swap a success
The inaugural "Senior Swap," an event geared to help seniors and families exchange or donate items such as electric scooters, walkers, wheel chairs and canes, was held on June 8 at The Gardens of Port St. Lucie. Anne Branen, director of community relations at The Gardens and organizer of the event, said the idea for the swap ...
Coming together for The Aaron Project
Volunteers Janet Jerome and Vicky Rodriguez, both of Port St Lucie, with Kayla Mitchell of Fort Pierce, president of Indian River State College, and Gabriel Chaves, 18, of Fort Pierce, selling cupcakes and cookies to raise money for the event. The Aaron Project, a fundraising event held June 12 at Big Apple Pizz...
'Food from Fans' combines baseball and giving
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - On June 27, baseball fans at Tradition Field will get a chance to see more than popcorn, peanuts and cracker jacks. They'll also get to see canned fruits and vegetables. The St. Lucie and Martin chapters of Thrivent Financial are working with the St. Lucie Mets to hold its annual Food from Fans night. This i...
In Aaron's honor
Kathy Osking of Fort Pierce gives blood in One Blood (formerly Florida's Blood Centers) bus, which was accepting donations of blood in memory of Aaron Beauchamp during the Aaron Project event at Big Apple Pizza on June 12....
Golf tournament raises $60,000
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- The displaced and troubled children of Florida were the big winners at the 27th annual Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches Golf Tournament, which raised $60,000. More than 100 golfers participated in the tournament, which took place at The Legacy Golf and Tennis Club May 11. The annual golf tournament is the pri...
Enjoying a day on the water with TC Paddle
Gianni Pizzelo, 8, of Hobe Sound, gives Evan Garrison, 6, of Port St. Lucie, a push during a field trip with TC Paddle. Students from the Treasure Coast Autism Project Community Christian Academy enjoyed paddle boarding therapy on the water during the trip at the Stuart Bridge on Wednesday, May 22. The Treasure ...
Need to know
Library adds music to its database The St. Lucie County Library System has added the Freegal Music database to its collection of online resources. St. Lucie County Library System card holders will be able to download up to three free music MP3s per week with their valid library card. With a click of a button, library users will have access to a...
Learning about the links
Holly Taylor, director of PGA Learning and Performance, and Mark Drenga, PGA Golf Pro, begin a six-week teaching program with club members at the Chuck Hill Unit of Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie County....
Crime Stoppers holds annual banquet
TREASURE COAST -- Crime Stoppers of the Treasure Coast held their annual awards banquet at the Pelican Yacht Club on Wednesday, May 15. While honoring Treasure Coast's law enforcement agencies for the remarkable services they perform, Crime Stoppers also paid a special tribute to Judge Eddie Swan who passed away this past year...

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