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Health guru making his way to Civic Center
PORT ST. LUCIE -- From the outside, Richard Simmons is the picture of health, both physical and emotional. However, growing up, Mr. Simmons faced some of the same obstacles that can sometimes push one over the edge. "I was an overweight kid," Mr. Simmons said. "I was made fun of and bullied growi...
Panthers take on the Sharks
Sebastian River High's Matt Johns, (No. 12), chases Westwood High's Dontavious Williams, (No. 9), at Calvin R. Triplett Lawnwood Stadium in Fort Pierce on Friday, Sept.6. Sebastian River High School won against Westwood High School 28-14....
County schools go tobacco free
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- The School Board of St. Lucie County has passed a policy to maintain a tobacco free environment on all school properties and at all school events held off campus during normal and non-school hours 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. While smoking has been ba...
Showing their support
In honor of Deputy Tommy Worthington, and representative of his badge number, 248, Dana Worthington of Port St Lucie, far left, will run 8 miles, Deb Pizzimenti will run 4 miles, Jody Certosimo will run 2 miles. A Team Tommy Fundraiser was held at Mission Fitness and Wellness Center in Port St. Lucie on Saturday...
Safety should be main focus during football season
TREASURE COAST -- Back to school, fall football, and gridiron memories are best when safety is the number one factor in winning. Daniel A. Rukeyser, D.C., founder of Vital Wellness Center, reminds parents, coaches, and players that proper precautions on and off the field add up to a winning season for the community. "Football ...
Racers remember Sept. 11
The honoring of the National Anthem at the opening of the triathlon. At the Patriot 9/11 Triathlon Series Race no.3, racers participated in either a duathlon or a triathlon honoring the memory of Sept. 11's fallen heroes. The event was held at Jaycee Park in Fort Pierce on Sunday, Sept. 8. The event was sponsore...
Students invited to take financial history challenge
In honor of this year's Viva Florida 500 commemoration, Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater announced the start of Florida's Financial History Challenge, a contest designed to engage students of all ages to learn more about the state's economic history. The challenge, which is part of CFO Atwater's Your Money Matters ...
Eagles win by one
Javid Ellis, (No. 7), of St. Lucie Centennial High School fires off a pass at the South County Regional stadium in St. Lucie West on Friday, Sept. 6....
'Canstruction' comes to Treasure Coast
TREASURE COAST -- Treasure Coast Food Bank will host a unique food gathering and sculpting contest where canned food is the medium and local architects, contractors and engineers are the sculptors. Canstruction will be held on Saturda...
One last party at Kid's Crossing
Wyed Chiods, 7, of Vero Beach, follows Ella Austin, 6, of St. Lucie West, on the monkey bars at the Kid's Crossing 'Party in the Park.' Supporters, volunteers and donors gathered together on Sept. 7, one last time before the demolition of Fort Pierce's aged playground. The process of rebuilding will begin on Nov...
Commissioner forms Indian River Lagoon Counties Collaborative
TREASURE COAST -- As the crisis in our waterways continues, a collaborative of commissioners from the various affected counties along the Indian River Lagoon has been formed. Commissioners from Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard and Volusia counties, under ...
Warriors take to the waves
FORT PIERCE -- The Wounded Warrior Project will host the second Annual Wounded Warrior Surf Day Sept. 13 at the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. This "Learn to Surf" event brings together Wounded Warriors and volunteers from local ...
Raising money for Team Tommy
From St. Lucie Fire Station no. 10, Justin Tedder of Fort Pierce, Will Stephens of Port St. Lucie, Erin Boyajin of Vero Beach, Justin Harnage of Fort Pierce and David Sailor of Jensen Beach, all participated in the Team Tommy fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 7. For more information visit www.TeamTommy.org....
Health officials continue to warn against dengue fever
TREASURE COAST -- The Florida Department of Health in Martin County confirmed four additional cases of dengue fever, bringing the total to 15 locally acquired cases in the Rio and Jensen Beach area. Of the cases, nine are Martin County residents and six are St. Lucie residents. Dengue Fever (pronounced den' gee) is a disease t...
Need to know
Library system encourages residents to provide feedback The St. Lucie County Library System will be conducting an online survey over the next six months to gather input for future planning needs. The Library encourages all residents to take a few minutes from their busy day and assist the Library in planning for the future. The survey is availa...

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