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Popular park gets new lease on life
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- For many residents, memories of Kids' Crossing include games of hide and seek among the many nooks and crannies of the boardwalks, birthday parties under the huge pavilions, games of football in the grass and lazy summer days enjoying a slight breeze and the sounds of children's ...
Annual event draws hundreds
WWII Veteran Philip Snoberger, 89, with the 68th Armored Infantry Battalion Wire Communication, shakes hands with Frank W. Winget, secretary at the Navy SEAL Museum. Hundreds of veterans, their families and friends joined together at Saturday, Nov. 9 for the 28th annual Navy SEAL Muster and Music Festival at th...
County Administrator to step down May 2014
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- St. Lucie County Administrator Faye Outlaw, MPA, IMCA, announced this week to County Commissioners and staff that she will be stepping down from her position, effective May 2014, for family reasons. "I have struggled with this decision for more than a year and have now come to terms with the need to be clos...
A touching tribute
Lou Romano, David Width and Garin Salisbury with American Legion Post 318 raise the nation's flag at a Veteran's Day Tribute held at the St. Lucie Medical Center honoring the men and woman who served in the military, along with their families, on Friday, Nov. 8....
Families in need find food, comfort at local center
TREASURE COAST -- As families struggle each week to make ends meet, the hopes of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the trimmings is usually not very high on their list of necessities. However, those at Harvest Food & Outreach Center feel that every family deserves to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal....
Program seeking gifts for seniors
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Home Instead Senior Care is teaming up with local nonprofit agencies and Butterfield's Pharmacy & Medical Supply stores to sponsor this year's program that collects, wraps and delivers gifts to area seniors in St. Lucie county who otherwise might be overlooked this holiday season. Members of the community a...
Eagles escape Wildcats attack
Fort Pierce PAL's Marqes Burgess Jr. (No. 21) battles to gain yardage helping the Eagles to their victory over the Wildcats in Whispering Pines Park in Port St. Lucie on Saturday, November 9. The Fort Pierce Pal Eagles won with a final score of 32-0 against the Manatee Wildcats....
Congressman reflects on first year, looks ahead
TREASURE COAST -- For U.S. Congressman Patrick Murphy it's hard to believe it's already been a year since he was elected. "It's flown by," Mr. Murphy said, likely because he has been very busy on the Treasure Coast and in Washington D.C. this past year. The bi-partisan congressman cares about national and local issues and has...
Veterans honored for service
Port St. Lucie High School Cadet Tyra Hodges offers a helping hand to WWII veteran Fedeli Galiott, 96, with his daughter Vicky Hanna of Port St Lucie during the Veteran's Day Service at Veteran's Memorial Park in Port St. Lucie Monday, Nov. 11....
Nonprofit celebrates national adoption month
TREASURE COAST -- All children need security, trust, encouragement and someone to love them unconditionally. At any given time in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties, there are approximately 125 to 175 local children in foster care hoping to be adopted into a "forever home." In 1995, President Clinton estab...
In memory
Korean War Veteran Commander Peter Popolizio (U.S. Army, retired) walks with Cadet Airman Zoie Prather, 15, of Treasure Coast High School up to place a wreath by the flag pole. ...
Aboard the USS George Washington
Third Class Aviation Boatswain's Third Class Michael Sauber, of Port St. Lucie, gives the signal to the pilot of an F/A-18 Super Hornet to receive signals from another flight deck aircraft director aboard the U.S. Navy's forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington i...
Need to know
Commissioners seek volunteers for advisory boards, committees St. Lucie County Commissioners are looking for civic-minded residents to serve on various advisory boards and committees for future openings. There are more than two dozen committees and advisory boards, including Planning and Zoning, Citizens Budget Committee and others. These group...

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