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Dinner to raise money for those hurt, killed in line of duty
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- For the families of those who've been seriously injured or lost their lives in the line of duty, the St. Lucie County Hundred Club is a saving grace. Hundred Club serves the emergency services professionals in the county by providing financial support to families of law enforcement, corrections office...
Port St. Lucie experiences drop in crime
PORT ST. LUCIE -- The Florida Department of Law Enforcement released the 2013 UCR Annual Report which showed that the city of Port St. Lucie realized a 19.3 percent drop in reported index crimes 2012 to 2013. It is important to note crime rates are driven by many factors such as the make-up of the community, how engaged the citizens...
Go fly a kite
Cassie Goggin, 12, draws a Zentangle pen and ink pattern on her kite at The Treasure Coast Art Association's 'The Art and Science of Making a Kite' class for Homeschool Day at the Oxbow Center on Thursday, May 1....
City boasts increase in the number of households recycling
FORT PIERCE -- The city of Fort Pierce Public Works department recently conducted a single stream recycling participation survey throughout the city. The results indicated a 100 percent increase in the number of eligible households recycling. This is exciting and encouraging news for the city. In 2012, an average of 1,491 househ...
Scientists use genetic testing to uncover new information on lagoon dolphins
FORT PIERCE -- Scientists at FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute believe genetic testing may be the key to solving many mysteries surrounding dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon and beyond. Their research, involving the genetic testing of more than 600 dolphins sampled both within the lagoon and along the adjacent Atlantic c...
Let's get together and Stamp Out Hunger
Star Hunter; House of Hope Communication Director, Diane Tomasik; Vice President of NALC Branch 1690, Brian DeBees; Patty Badini; Doug Scholpp; Kevin Byrne; Vice President of Treasure Coast Food Bank, Krista Garofalo; President of NALC, Rick Adbarno; Food Bank Partner Relations, Dillie Nerios; and Food Bank Dire...
Regatta is sailing into Stuart
STUART -- Next weekend Stuart Causeway will be the place to be for fun in the sun and really fast boats, but the entire week prior will be packed with festivities. The third annual Stuart Sailfish Regatta promises to be the best yet with bigger boats, more entertainment, and a party barge complete with floatin...
Mobile phone monitoring service helps parents keep tabs on teens
TREASURE COAST -- TeenSafe, the developer of a new sophisticated iPhone and Android monitoring service for parents of teens and children who are smart phone users, announced the official launch of its comprehensive mobile and social monitoring for parents wanting to track their children's mobile phone and social activity. The ...
All are not aboard in Florida
Mickey and Terry Gallagher of Jupiter hold signs protesting "All Aboard Florida". The 'Stop Big Choo Choo Rally', held at Flagler Park in Stuart on Sunday, May 4 provided residents the opportunity to voice their opposition to the dramatically increased train traffic projected with 'All Aboard Florida'. For more ...
Tuition cost lowered for all Florida students
TREASURE COAST -- Governor Rick Scott and former Governors Jeb Bush and Bob Martinez applauded the passage of HB 851, lowering tuition for all Florida students. "The Florida Legislature embraced fairness for all students today by taking action to lower the costs of higher education for every family in Florida," said Governor Ric...

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