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STUART – The dictionary defines a “sage” as “a profoundly wise person; someone venerated for the possession of wisdom, judgment and experience.” For the fifth year, the Council on Aging of Martin County’s Sage Awards will celebrate and honor the many sages who reside on the Treasure Coast; t…

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STUART - Back by popular demand is Peter Fogel’s hilarious show, “’Til Death Do Us Part... You First!” Directed by Academy Award Nominee Chazz Palminteri, creator of A Bronx Tale, author and star Fogel is bringing his multi-media comedy show to Martin County with four performances at Stuart’…

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STUART - Sue DeFerrari will present a lecture on Women in St. Paul’s Ministry in a program to be held Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Best Western Downtown Stuart. It is the thirteenth annual program sponsored by the Celebrations Group, a group of Christian wo…

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MARTIN COUNTY – There will be plenty of opportunities to get out and about this weekend in Martin County, from a Friday night art market to a musical comedy and much more. On Thursday Jan. 16, the Barn Theatre in Stuart will begin its run of the Broadway musical The Producers. Written by Mel…

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Treasure Coast - A Great Fence LLC, one of the Treasure Coast’s best-known fence companies is proud to support local events, non-profits and charitable organizations. The company has announced their commitment to several community events.

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TREASURE COAST - Any U.S. citizen who has a permanent disability is eligible for a free, lifetime pass that allows entry to more than 2,000 federally-managed recreation sites, including over 400 national parks and forests.

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MARTIN COUNTY - On January 24, 1970, a group of Stuart mariners decided to form an organization dedicated to boating safety patterned after the country’s oldest and largest non-profit organization, United States Power Squadrons. That day, St. Lucie River Power Squadron was born with 65 chart…

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JENSEN BEACH – Captain Clyde Hensley understands the difference between wild-caught and farm-raised seafood, and that’s why you’ll find none of the latter in the thriving business he established on Indian River Drive here in 2008. Here your seafood culinary adventure will get off to its fres…

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As 2019 comes to a close and we look forward to 2020, my resolutions are to continue to provide our customers with the elite services they have come to expect and deserve. We want to continue to improve upon or digital platforms, our papers, and our customer service and delve into areas that…

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TREASURE COAST - According to The American Humane Association, over 10 million dogs and cats are lost in the U.S. every year. One in three pets will become lost at some point during their life. One of the worst days of the year for losing pets is New Year’s Eve.

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MARTIN COUNTY – There will be plenty of opportunities for entertainment this weekend in Martin County including a tribute to Broadway, a holiday comedy, and a one-of-a-kind Zeppelin experience. From Friday Dec. 27 through Sunday Dec. 29, performer Nicky Wood and his stellar cast will be pres…

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MARTIN COUNTY -- Whether it was the hepatitis A outbreak declared in Martin County, Sheriff William Snyder aiding in the breakup of a system of massage parlors-turned-brothels extending from Palm Beach County to through Martin, Indian River and Orange counties, the acquittal of County Commis…

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PORT SALERNO –Residents of Martin County and throughout the Treasure Coast regularly travel to this burgeoning little fishing village in search of fresh seafood, and those in the know realize that nowhere else is it any fresher than at Basin Seafood & Fresh Seafood Market, a stone’s thro…

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TREASURE COAST - The Indian River Lagoon Council expects to have more than a million dollars available in fiscal year 2020-21 for lagoon improvement grants.

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The sixth class of Ride Beyond Diagnosis, a program of equine-assisted therapy for women diagnosed with cancer and others with breast cancer, celebrated its graduation recently. Ride Beyond Diagnosis, which is sponsored by the Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian Church of Vero Beach…

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STUART — Visitors to the Elliott Museum will have a whole new way to explore the biology wonders of the human form during a new, interactive exhibit. Magnificent Me will open with a reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12, at the museum, 825 NE Ocean Blvd. Reception admission i…

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STUART – More than 150 SafeSpace supporters gathered in their best purple cocktail attire for a festive event to celebrate the organization’s 40th birthday. This milestone celebration held on October 19 at Treasure Coast Lexus in Fort Pierce raised over $110,000 to support SafeSpace’s missio…

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STUART — Cafe O is officially open at the Elliott Museum. The Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce conducted an official ribbon cutting on December 1 as part of the grand opening festivities of the French café, which is located within the historic museum at 825 NE Ocean Boulevard on Hutchinson Island.

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STUART — Fifteen spiritual leaders representing different faiths came together to celebrate their diversity and give thanks for their unity at the third annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. Recently held at Temple Beit HaYam, the event also raised more than $1200 to benefit the House of Hope.

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Cowboys, Cowgirls and Wild West characters embraced the theme of this year’s Children’s Ball held at the Museum on Saturday. The Wild West Children’s Ball was all about the kids, but we included some fun activities for the adults as well. In fact, 95% of the adults embraced the event theme a…

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STUART – The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary is celebrating the success of its 19th annual Wings of Hope luncheon and silent auction. The event, held on Veterans Day at the beautiful Hutchinson Shores Resort in Jensen Beach, raised a record $60,000 in support of The Salvation Army’s program…

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Celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas or New Year’s Eve at the Theatre! Holiday options include the hit Broadway musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood, a holiday-themed orchestra performance and two New Year’s Eve performances by The Capitol Steps

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MARTIN COUNTY – Martin County continues to gear up for the holidays, and there will be plenty of ways to join in the festivities this weekend. The 59th Annual Stuart Christmas Parade will be held on Friday Dec. 6 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. This year’s theme is ‘It’s a Green Christmas!’ and a v…

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MARTIN COUNTY – Martin County will have music, art, and fun for everyone this weekend. Kicking things off on Friday Nov. 29, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart will host Smokin’: A Tribute to Boston, presented by Artists for Multiple Sclerosis. Smokin’ is described on the Lyric Theatre’s site as “s…

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Michel Ouellet caught this nice 15 inch Sheephead his first time fishing in his life. Michel lives in Montreal area and spends his winters in Port St Lucie. The fish has been caught on the reef south of St. Lucie inlet.

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Seminole War re-enactor George W. Thomas, posing as Lt. William Tecumseh Sherman,  right, based at Fort Pierce and fresh out of West Point, attempts to negotiate the surrender of Seminole Chief Wildcat, left, played by Tim Caydon.

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Andree Asselin discusses Civil war weapons with the Sons of Confederate Veterans Charge at Arms Vernon Beatey.

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Alan and Grace Frizzall of Port St. Lucie look at Confederate rifles displayed at the field.

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Featuring boats of all types as well as 190 exhibitors, the 46th Annual Stuart Boat Show, located at Waterway Marina on Dixie Highway in Stuart, ran from Friday, Jan. 10 through Sunday, Jan. 12.