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Dog dash to benefit environmental, animal welfare efforts
JENSEN BEACH -It's the first 5k of its kind in Martin County, and it's already gone to the dogs. At 7:30 a.m. Sept. 14, Treasured Lands Foundation and The Pegasus Foundation will host the Dog Days of Summer Dash at Indian Riverside Park. Runners and walkers are invited to bring their best friends along for the ride. All dogs are...
Vegetable program receives top honors
MARTIN COUNTY -- One way to get a child to eat his or her vegetables is to let them be a part of the process... from planting seeds to watering the buds to peeling and cooking the final product. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Positive Sprouts program was created to educate young people on...
A little blood, sweat and tears
Dave Gellis on guitar with David Aldo, vocalist of Blood Sweat and Tears performed on center stage at a sold out concert at Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart on Saturday, Aug. 24....
Coach, dean resigns amid allegations
JENSEN BEACH -- Jensen Beach High School Head Football Coach, John Fey, last week announced his resignation from coaching effective immediately. He has also stepped down as the dean of students. "In an attempt to motivate our team to play with more mental and physical toughness, 1 used inappropriate language," said Mr. Fey in ...
Health officials continue to warn against dengue fever
TREASURE COAST -- The Florida Department of Health in Martin County confirmed four additional cases of dengue fever, bringing the total to 15 locally acquired cases in the Rio and Jensen Beach area. Of the cases, nine are Martin County residents and six are St. Lucie residents. Dengue Fever (pronounced den' gee) is a disease t...
'Canstruction' comes to Treasure Coast
TREASURE COAST -- Treasure Coast Food Bank will host a unique food gathering and sculpting contest where canned food is the medium and local architects, contractors and engineers are the sculptors. Canstruction will be held on Saturda...
Trying to save the river
Mark Perry, executive director of the Florida Oceanographic Society speaks at Riverpaloosa 2013, an event to benefit the River Coalition held at Terra Fermata Tiki Bar in downtown Stuart on Saturday, Sept 7....
Hospital fundraising group tops million dollar mark
TREASURE COAST -- The Martin Health Foundation LifeSavers have been raising funds to benefit the health and well-being of Treasure Coast families since 2002. On July 20, the group of volunteers from Martin and St. Lucie counties hit a major milestone, topping $1 million in funds raised. They hit the mark with a sold-out Goomba...
Commissioner forms Indian River Lagoon Counties Collaborative
TREASURE COAST -- As the crisis in our waterways continues, a collaborative of commissioners from the various affected counties along the Indian River Lagoon has been formed. Commissioners from Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard and Volusia counties, under ...
Helping others through music
The Broken Tubas from South Fork High School Band -- from left Megan Ruth, 16, Carly and Kassie Landvil, both 16, of Tequesta, and back row from left, Stuart residents Hannah Philips, 17, Justin Wu, 15, and Joseph Ferraro, 16, take their music to the street in downtown Stuart to benefit local middle schools on S...
Warriors take to the waves
FORT PIERCE -- The Wounded Warrior Project will host the second Annual Wounded Warrior Surf Day On Sept. 13 at the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. This "Learn to Surf" event brings together Wounded Warriors and volunteers from local ...
Students invited to take financial history challenge
In honor of this year's Viva Florida 500 commemoration, Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater announced the start of Florida's Financial History Challenge, a contest designed to engage students of all ages to learn more about the state's economic history. The challenge, which is part of CFO Atwater's Your Money Matters ...
Need to know
Lane closures on Indian Street, Dixie Highway On Sept.17, the Engineering Department will be begin repair of drainage culverts and the resurfacing of the intersection at S.E. Indian Street and S.E. Dixie Highway. This work will necessitate intermittent lane closures. This work is expected to be complete by Nov. 15, 2013. Motorists and pedestrian...

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