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Two area men honored in naming ceremony
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Politicians sat next to judges and county residents at the United States Courthouse in Fort Pierce on Dec. 17 when it held a ceremony officially naming both the courthouse and the inside atrium after two St. Lucie County men, Judge Alto Lee Adams Sr. and Dr. William R. Dannahower. "The r...
Police department honors officers
FORT PIERCE -- At the annual awards ceremony the Fort Pierce Police Department holds every year, Chief Sean Baldwin looked back on what he called an "amazing" year. "It's been incredibly successful," he said to the packed room at the Fort Pierce Police Athletic League building on Dec. 13. The department gat...
Fort Pierce saw year of new faces, changing scenery
FORT PIERCE -- As 2012 comes to a close, looking back over the past 12 months shows the residents of Fort Pierce have experienced both the good and the bad. Here is a small sampling, in no particular order, of what city residents witnessed as 2012 becomes part of the history books. Port gets a closer look T...
Luncheon honors volunteers
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Over the past year, more than 300 volunteers helped the Port St. Lucie Police Department. On Dec. 11, the annual volunteer luncheon was held to recognize them and their hard work. "This event is put on for the volunteers," said Tom Andrews, volunteer coordinator. "Contributions by voluntee...
Community comes together after Connecticut tragedy
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Even though the horror of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School took place hundreds of miles away, many organizations here on the Treasure Coast are stepping up to help the small community in Newtown, Conn., where a gunman killed 20 children and six adults, including himself. Par...
Cobras suffer defeat
Rodeisha Jordan (No. 22) of Fort Pierce Central goes in for a jump shot in a game against St. Lucie West's Eagles, a district 12-7A game. The Eagles won with a score of 54-42 at Fort Pierce Cobra Stadium on Wednesday, Dec.19....
Port St. Lucie saw year of change
PORT ST. LUCIE -- As 2012 comes to a close, looking back over the past 12 months shows Port St. Lucie residents experienced both the good and the bad. Here, in no particular order, is a small sampling of what city residents witnessed, as 2012 becomes part of the history books. Digital Domain closes One of t...
Nonprofit gives toys, shoes to hundreds
TREASURE COAST -- The hundreds of runners who showed up for the YMCA's "jingle bell run" helped make Christmas merry for children across four counties. About 325 adults and 65 children signed up for the race by the YMCA of the Treasure Coast, which included drives to collect toys and sneakers for children from low-...
Up & coming
Nonprofit collecting donations for shooting victims The United Way is accepting donations to aid the families and community affected by the tragedy in Newtown, Conn. To donate to the Sandy Hook support efforts, send a check to: United Way of St. Lucie County, RE: Sandy Hook, 4800 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34982. For more information, call (...

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