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Children's clubhouse in danger of closing
PORT ST. LUCIE - While the Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie County has had a presence helping area youth for the past 18 years, recent economic challenges are threatening to close the doors of a clubhouse in Port St. Lucie. "We've gotten some personal donations, but we're still looking for some major donors,"...
Landmark restaurant continues improvements
FORT PIERCE - A restaurant with a history that goes back to 1947 is continuing to update its look. At a Fort Pierce City Commission meeting, a site plan to build a band shell was approved 4-0. Commissioner Edward Becht abstained from voting because the restaurant is a client of his law firm. Over the years,...
Commissioners discuss need for bilingual police force
FORT PIERCE - At the Oct. 1 meeting of the Fort Pierce City Commission, City Commissioner Reginald Sessions wanted to discuss some concerns he had about the ability of officers from the Fort Pierce Police Department to be able to communicate with residents of the community. "Historically, the city is known ...
Lincoln Park prevails in four sets
Roneisha Jordan (No. 4) from Fort Pierce Central Thursday, Oct. 4 at Central High School spikes the ball and scores against Lincoln Park. Lincoln Park came away with the victory in four sets 28-30, 25-17, 25-14 and 25-18....
City officials support small businesses
PORT ST. LUCIE - Port St. Lucie city officials, in an effort to show support toward the many small businesses in the city, recently developed numerous programs to help connect customers with businesses. At the Sept. 24 city council meeting, the council discussed some details of a sign ordinance that was upd...
His day was made better
Katrina Dannon, manager of the Office Max in Tradition, and Vincent Scotto of Port St Lucie, a fifth-grade teacher at Manatee Academy in Port St. Lucie and his students sort through a box of school supplies he won. Office Max chose to give Mr. Scotto more than $1,000 worth of school supplies as part of its 'A Da...
Family event celebrates 150 years of agriculture education
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Back in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed into the law the Morrill Act, a land-grant bill that allowed funding for agricultural colleges. To mark the Morrill Act's 150 anniversary, the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is holding an open house from ...
Program prepares students for college
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Going to college can be hard, and being the first one in a family to go to college can be even harder. But Indian River State College is making it a little easier for some students. The facility recently received $2.8 million to help 165 students in St. Lucie and Indian River counties ach...
A closer look
John Carroll High School students Mia Stagnitta, 15, of Port St. Lucie, Hans Kraaz, 16, of Fort Pierce, Nikki Collura, 15, of Port St. Lucie and Jordan Silver, 16, of Vero Beach, gathered around Tony Melendez after his performance on Friday, Oct. 5 in Fort Pierce to observe a demonstration as Mr. Melendez, born ...
Waiting for their candidate
Wilma Minner of Port St. Lucie and Patty Aarpaio of Fort Pierce wait for Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee to arrive at Tradition Town Square, Oct. 7 in Port St. Lucie....
Up & coming
Presentation at Harbor Branch Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Friends of Harbor Branch program will host Rachel Wentz, regional director of the Florida Public Archaeology Network's East Central Region, for a presentation on her book "Life and Death at Windover: Excavations of a 7,000-year-old Pond Cemetery." T...
And the winners are...
Kristin Vennos and Dennis McWilliams won the first-place trophy at the third annual 'Dancing With our P.A.L.s' event held at the Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce....

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