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Teen organizes drive for food bank
MARTIN COUNTY - A leadership seminar inspired 15-year-old Connor Mortell to take the reins on a project that will help dozens this summer. The teen, who will enter his sophomore year at The Pine School, is part of the Rotary Youth Leadership Assembly, a program that focuses on leadership, good citizenship and perso...
Officials work to head off wildfires near airport
MARTIN COUNTY - Rain that gave the Florida Forest Service a break from fighting wildfires meant they could take a preemptive strike against a risk looming at the Martin County Airport. For more than five years officials wanted to mow firebreaks and chop overgrown vegetation on a 100-acre parcel at Witham Field as p...
Anonymous gift boosts conservation group's effort
MARTIN COUNTY - A $25,000 gift from an anonymous donor has furthered the work of a group dedicated to preserving the Mount Olympia Preserve. The unnamed benefactor donated the money to the Treasured Lands Foundation on the condition the group uses the money to help protect one of the last major pieces of undevelope...
Group wants to recognize 'good character' in business
MARTIN COUNTY - An award by the United Way of Martin County looks to reward businesses that employ ethical standards, get involved in community development and work in partnership with their staff and associates. The Business of Character award celebrates companies that "demonstrate good character in the business c...
Operation targets pill mills
TREASURE COAST - When the head of a prescription drug trafficking organization was notified that a patient died, he responded "people die every day," according to a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration press release. Last week, as a result of a lengthy investigation, authorities charged the head of the or...

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