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Ambassador, former member of Congress share thoughts at celebration
TREASURE COAST -- Could you imagine going on a 22-day hunger strike to draw attention to the needs of hungry people in the United States and around the world? Or traveling to Ethiopia during the great famine in the mid-80s and witnessing hundreds of deaths due to hunger? Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and leading advocat...
Serving up tacos
The Treasure Coast Sea Food Festival was held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on Saturday, March 8. Vendors offered fresh seafood, arts and crafts, and a Kids' Zone as well as free live music and parking. Big Beaver BBQ owner and St. Lucie Firefighters Lieutenant Steve Burnes prepares a shrimp taco, with Flig...
Police seek identity of driver in vehicle homicide
FORT PIERCE -- On Feb.20, just after 10 a.m., officers responded to the intersection of Orange Avenue and 25th Street in reference to a hit and run involving a male who was riding a bicycle. The victim, Clifford Schwartz, 55, died from the injuries. The Fort Pierce Police Department is still looking for the hit and run vehicle...
Indian River swimming and diving claims 2014 NJCAA National Championships
TREASURE COAST -- The NJCAA Swimming and Diving Championships came to a close at Indian River State College in Fort Pierce with both the IRSC Men's and Women's teams crowned National Champions. The victories extend the IRSC unprecedented winning streak to 40 consecutive wins. IRSC currently holds title to the longest, unbroken U.S. Championship w...
Memory field starts month long journey
TREASURE COAST -- CASTLE has started the six week journey of the Memory Field of Flags along the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee. The 122 children who lost their lives due to abuse or neglect in the state last year will be memorialized through four different dedications in the four counties. The final dedication ceremony of the...
Clerk generates thousands in new revenue for taxpayers
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Clerk of the Circuit Court Joe Smith presented a check Tuesday for $152,767 to the St. Lucie County Commission. The funds were accrued by simply paying county invoices by credit card and earning cash back rewards. Since 2011, the award-winning credit card rebate program has raised $387,786 in new revenue fo...
Daring dip
Jerry and Lea Arsenault, 83 and 80, dance to Warren Silvers's performance of 'Redneck girl' at the Treasure Coast Seafood Festival on Saturday, March 8. The Arsenaults have been married for 62 years....
County earns improved credit rating
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- St. Lucie County recently improved its credit rating by two notches to AA from A+, according to Standard & Poor's, the worldwide leader of financial-market intelligence and independent provider of credit ratings for government entitles. The rating was conducted by the St. Lucie County's financial adviser Ja...
Annual luncheon taking place April 2
TREASURE COAST -- To commemorate Child Abuse Prevention Month, Hibiscus Children's Center will host the 15th annual Blue Ribbon Luncheon on April 2, at the Oak Harbor Club in Vero Beach. This event will begin at 11a.m. with a champagne reception and guests will have the opportunity to bid on beautiful silent auction items, pur...
Amplified phone available at no cost
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Florida Telecommunications Relay, the nonprofit distributor of specialized telecommunications equipment for people with hearing loss and speech disabilities, is offering a new amplified telephone developed by Clarity, a division of Plantronics, at no co...
Ambassador, former member of Congress share thoughts at celebration
TREASURE COAST -- Could you imagine going on a 22-day hunger strike to draw attention to the needs of hungry people in the United States and around the world? Or traveling to Ethiopia during the great famine in the mid-80s and witnessing hundreds of deaths due to hunger? Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and leading advocat...

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