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Molly's House celebrating milestone
MARTIN COUNTY -- On Sept. 23 Molly's House is celebrating a milestone, a dream realized, and the life of the girl who made it all possible. This month marks what would have been the 40th birthday of Molly Sharkey, the namesake of Molly's House. The hospitality house that offers short-term, affordable accommodation for the fam...
Residents invited to clean the coast
MARTIN COUNTY -- Slather on some sunscreen, throw on some old sneakers, and join up with thousands of others around Martin County on Sept. 21 for this year's International Coastal Cleanup. Cities all over the world will be coming together that day in an effort to beautify the Earth's oceans and waterways and...
Group recognized for excellence
PALM CITY -- The Firefly Group, a public relations, marketing and strategic planning firm headquartered in Palm City is abuzz after bringing home four awards from the Florida Public Relations Association's 2013 Golden Image Awards ceremony. The awards were presented during FPRA's 75th annual conference in St. Petersburg, and hon...
Temporary sculptors
From left, Crystal Stil holding Madeline France, 8, while John Stil and Ella Kate France, 9, stand behind their sand sculpture entitled Save our Rivers. Their creation received an award as the Best Message for Turtle Conservation. The Florida Oceanographic Society hosted their inaugural Sand Sculpture Contest at...
Seniors receive 'extra' care during hottest months
MARTIN COUNTY -- Emeritus' aim has always been to provide the highest level of care for Treasure Coast seniors. Whether those seniors live in their retirement or assisted living neighborhoods, their memory care center, or on their own in the community, they promise to be an extended family, providing underst...
Kickball champions
The Treasure Coast Kickball Championship game between teams We Got The Runs and Red Balls and Vodka was held at Langford Park in Jensen Beach on Thursday, August 29. With a score of 10-0, Red Balls and Vodka, shown here, remained the undefeated champions for their fourth season of Jensen Beach Kickball. The trop...
Museum brings the SEAL experience to life
TREASURE COAST -- When the threat of World War II loomed over the United States and it was evident that troops were going to head to Europe to support the efforts of Allies against Germany, an elite group of servicemen ascended on the beaches in Fort Pierce. Their mission was to level the ground a...
The rivalry continues
Uziah Davis, (No. 33) with South Fork High School, goes skyward to receive a pass while Martin County High School's Clayton Kidwell (No. 4), attempts to block in the season opening Martin Bowl, held at Joebud Staggs Bulldog Stadium in the Tropical Farms area on Friday, Aug. 30. The Martin County High School Tige...
Cleanup crew
Wendie Berardi of Palm City and Melissa Zolla of Stuart are eagerly assisted by Delaney Reablig, 2, of Jensen Beach, in dismantling their sand sculpture after Florida Oceanographic's contest on Aug. 31....
Summit brings awareness to child abuse, neglect
TREASURE COAST -- The youngest victims of cyber-bullying, sexual predators and drug abuse are sometimes misunderstood... Their voices are sometimes quiet, muffled by fear and confusion. When these victims show signs of abuse it is up to teachers, parents and other adults to be able to read the sig...
Month-long event to bring awareness to hunger
TREASURE COAST - How can 50 million people face hunger in a country that wastes billions of pounds of food? There is more than enough food in America to feed every man, woman and child, yet here on the Treasure Coast 100,000 people face hunger each and every week. In an effort to raise awareness about hunger in our region, the...
Saving the river
McKenna Deluca, 12, Alexis McAllister, 13, and Callie Bailey, 3, all of Palm City. The fourth protest to Save the St. Lucie River and Martin County Wildlife was held at Jensen Beach Sept. 1....
Teens, adults asked to take texting pledge
TREASURE COAST -- AT&T is adamant: No text is worth the risk while driving. It can wait. That's why they started the, "Texting and Driving... It Can Wait" campaign in 2009 that has since exploded into a nationwide movement. Since its inception, more than two million people have taken the pledge to refuse to ...
Cleaning up one mile at a time
Members of the Rotary Club of Stuart-Sunrise recently spent a morning removing litter from a one-mile stretch of Mapp Road that the group adopted through Keep Martin Beautiful's Adopt-A-Road program. The volunteer cleanup crew included From left: Butch Bayley, Vic Simonson, Gene Vancuren, Kathy Lockhart, Mike Se...
Need to know
Smithsonian exhibit coming to county The Elisabeth Lahti Library in Indiantown will host the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit "Museum on Main Street: Journey Stories" this fall. The exhibit depicts historical accounts of how we and our ancestors came to America. It traces developments in modes of travel and transportation, and explores...

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