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City authorizes national search for police chief
FORT PIERCE -- City commissioners authorized a national search for a police chief Sept. 15 to replace retiring Chief R. Sean Baldwin amid charges of bias and wasteful spending. Commissioners planned to approve the $43,500 search through the Police Executive Research Forum via its non-discussion consent agenda but decided to p...
Jammin' at the jetty
The Cerveza Band, Ryan Owens, bass guitar and vocals, Xander James, lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Chad Abramson, lead guitar, and Cody Rogers on drums and vocals, on the Jetty Jam beach stage. ...
High school student gives 'locks' of love
JENSEN BEACH -- Sixteen-year old Austin Beard is sporting lots of shaggy, long hair but not for much longer. He'll soon be donating his thick mane to benefit children suffering hair loss due to diseases and the effects of chemotherapy. Austin, an 11th grader at Jensen Beach High School, is no novice to losin...
Adult arcade may rise from the ashes
FORT PIERCE -- The owner of an adult video arcade shuttered two years ago when the state outlawed them hopes to resurrect her business in a different location if approved by the city commission on Oct. 20. Esmeralda "Lala" Gonzalez, wants to reopen her Spin Win arcade_previously located on Seaway Drive_in th...
Store celebrates anniversary by giving back to others
PORT ST. LUCIE -- For the outdoorsman, Bass Pro Shop in Port St. Lucie offers everything possibly desired. From fishing, to hunting, to boating and camping, any outdoor expedition isn't complete without a trip to the enormous supercenter. Now, patrons can give back to the community and around the world, as Bass Pro Shop ...
Experts to address violence
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- On Sept. 30, the Roundtable of St. Lucie County and Restoring the Village, in cooperation with Representative Larry Lee, Jr., are hosting a community-wide Restoring the Village Community Mobilization Meeting as part of continued efforts to identify, plan and implement a community-wide response to violence i...
Dancing for a good cause
Fort Pierce resident Falon Barker dances Freestyle Tango with professional dance instructor Monolo Soler, also of Fort Pierce. The fifth annual Dancing With Our P.A.L.s event pairs 7 local non-dancers with professionals for twelve weeks of practice to perform at the Sunrise Theatre in downtown Fort Pierce on Sat...
Be smart when buying teens a phone
TREASURE COAST -- TeenSafe, maker of the leading iPhone, iPad and Android monitoring software for parents, is reminding moms and dads planning on buying their teen a smartphone this holiday season to be prepared and empowered with the proper to...
Appointments available for concealed weapons applications at tax office
TREASURE COAST -- The concealed weapon license process just got a little bit easier last week, thanks to the Indian River County Tax Collector's Office. Instead of going to a busy regional office in West Palm Beach or Orlando for an application, getting fin...
Prescription card saves residents millions
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- The Coast2Coast Rx Card program has saved $3,686,802 dollars since the launch of the Coast2Coast Rx Card discount prescription program in June 2010 with the endorsement of the St. Lucie County Board of Commissioners. The free discount prescription card program provides residents and their families with a numb...
Playing in the snow
Zada and Terrance Cooper, 6 and 8, and 5 year old Shatyra Parker, of Port St. Lucie, play on the snow hill. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center's 'Stay Frozen in Summer' event offers tips on staying healthy for the summer at the Lawnwood Regional Medical Center in Fort Pierce on Saturday, Sept. 20. The event attrac...
Open house to offer information on lifelong learning series
TREASURE COAST -- The Fielden Institute for Lifelong Learning at Indian River State College invites all those ages 50 and better to join them to learn more about programs offered through The Fielden Institute at one of five upcoming informative open houses. The Fielden Institute is now accepting registration for the 2014-2015 ...
Medical coding, documentation course offered
VERO BEACH -- The Corporate and Community Training Institute at Indian River State College is offering a Medical Coding and Documentation Coding course that introduces participants to medical coding systems used to report physician and hospital services within all health care organizations where patients are treated. The cours...

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