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Finding the "inner truth"
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- According to statistics, every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted in the United States. Where would you go to learn to cope with the pain, the anger, the distrust if it happened to you? If you live on the Treasure Coast, the answer would now be the Inner Truth Project Center, discreetly nestled on Rese...
'Flame of Hope' keeps burning
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Representatives from all the county's law enforcement agencies gathered once again for an annual torch run to help Special Olympics. For 30 years, the Law Enforcement Torch Run has touched almost every area of the state as the "flame of hope" i...
Oysters for the environment
Dave Bowen of Port St. Lucie, and Paul Massa, Kenny Gibbons and Mike Behr of Fort Pierce shuck oysters at one of the oyster booths at the second annual Oyster Festival held recently in Fort Pierce....
Finding plenty of great people in Port St. Lucie
Hello, everyone. Wow, who knew a small column giving a smile and wave to some fellow Port St. Lucie residents would have had such a welcome response? It seems you love to hear about all the good things your neighbors are doing. So, as the information comes in to us, I'm going to keep sharing as much as I can here. It's great to know that not only...
City presents proclamation in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness month
PORT ST. LUCIE -- The Treasure Coast Chapter of the National Organization of Women received a Proclamation from Port St. Lucie Mayor JoAnn M. Faiella in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month at the City Council meeting on April 8. "Sexual Assault Awareness is important because one in three women will experience some fo...
Community meets goal at 'One day to give'
The Van Duzer Foundation, Mustard Seed Ministries, Florida's Blood Centers, Trinity Lutheran Church and Sarah's Kitchen teamed up to raise 100,332 pounds of food and 83 pints of blood at Big Apple Pizza and Pasta in Fort Pierce on Wednesday, April 10. Shown are Bob Carry of Port St. Lucie, executive director of ...
Benefit turns into a family affair
The late Gary Morales' wife, Holly stands behind her daughters Jordan, 6, and Brooklyn, 8, Port St. Lucie Sheriff's office Deputy Brad Morales, mom Candy Morales, brother Ken Morales, oldest brother Brian Morales and father Bill Morales, all of Port St. Lucie, at the concert to benefit the Morales family held a...
Week takes closer look at crime victims
TREASURE COAST - Throughout the year, when bad things happen to good people, it is the criminal who gets the focus of the attention. But once a year, a week is taken to focus on the victims of crime, during the National Crime Victims' Rights Week, which runs this year from April 21 to 28. "We want to make t...
Harbor Branch scientist awarded grant to study pancreatic cancer 
FORT PIERCE -- Scientists at FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute have been awarded a grant of $345,716 by the National Institutes of Health to identify marine natural products for their potential use in the treatment of pancreatic cancer. The principal investigator for this award is Esther Guzmán, Ph.D., along with co-i...
Lots going on downtown
Hello, everyone. With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, now is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy everything that downtown Fort Pierce has to offer. The Main Street Fort Pierce has planned some fun events for this weekend, all based around their 25th anniversary. Their theme for the anniversary year is "Preserving the Pas...
Running in support of the Special Olympics
The Thirtieth Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run benefiting the Special Olympics took place in St. Lucie County on Friday, April 12. Port St. Lucie Police Department Sargent Paul Grohowski, first to carry the torch to lead the runners for the run. The Torch Run benefits the athletes of the Special Olympics in...
Up & coming
Fairwinds to host golf tournament St. Lucie County Veterans Services and the United Veterans of St. Lucie County will co-sponsor the 21st annual United Veterans Golf Classic on Saturday, April 20 at Fairwinds Golf Course, starting at 8:30 a.m. Registration is $100 per player and includes: a continental breakfast, buffet lunch and green fees/cart...

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