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TREASURE COAST - In an effort to bring continued awareness to breast cancer, Bealls is pleased to announce the limited edition “Pink Power” tumbler in partnership with Florida-based artist, Leoma Lovegrove. Inspired by her personal story and strength as a breast cancer survivor, this special…

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MARTIN COUNTY – In early February, U.S. Customs and Border Protection opened a facility at Witham Field. The customs facility allows Martin County boaters, pilots, residents and visitors to conveniently clear customs without having to travel to Fort Pierce or West Palm Beach. Nearly 250 airc…

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MARTIN COUNTY – It only takes a minute to change a life. Martin County Emergency Management wants to help residents and businesses to stay informed during an emergency. AlertMartin is a free service provided by Martin County that allows Emergency Management, Fire Rescue, Utilities, Martin Co…

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Martin County and FP&L coordinating change from high-pressure sodium bulbs to LED streetlighting in CRAs

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The County Commission has struggled for more than a year to encourage civility during public participation

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TREASURE COAST – Virgin Trains USA, formerly Brightline, announced April 19 the closing of $1.75 billion in private activity bonds to help fund the company's expansion to Orlando. Morgan Stanley was the underwriter for the transaction that was purchased by 67 different investors.

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Martin Planning Agency approves Development Review Procedures but balks at losing final site plan reviews

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STUART - One of the most effective ways to prevent underage drinking is to encourage youth to research the dangerous effects of alcohol use on the teen brain, and to involve them in educating their peers. As a supplement to the Alcohol Literacy Challenge curriculum implemented by Tykes &…

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State and federal officials converge on Stuart to plead for calm and update public on investigation progress

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STUART – Bunnies are pets, too, and at the ninth annual Southeast Bunfest, is a day dedicated to rabbits, guinea pigs and the people who love them. The event, organized by the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at the Kane Center, 90…

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At least 15 confirmed cases and two deaths reported since Jan. 1, with two-thirds reported since April 1

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STUART – If you like America’s Got Talent or Little Big Shots, you will love the 3rd annual Youth Arts Celebration. Prepare to be astonished as the best of the Treasure Coast student performers take the stage in a diverse lineup of dancers, musicians, acrobats, singers and more.

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TREASURE COAST ― Smile a little brighter this spring with help from Indian River State College (IRSC) at the inaugural Project Easter Smile event. Visit the IRSC Dental Clinic for free dental care on Friday, April 12, from 8 a.m. to noon. Services are reserved for adults and are limited to o…

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STUART ― Kat Rock, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Stuart, has been appointed as the Women Inclusion Specialist to lead the firm's commitment to providing dedicated support and development for women Edward Jones financial advisors. Kat will join a group of other Edward Jones financial a…

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MARTIN COUNTY ― During National Library Week from April 7- 13, the Martin County Library System urges everyone to experience its enriching services. This year's theme, "Libraries = Strong Communities," illustrates how today's libraries are at the heart of our community to provide critical re…

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PORT ST. LUCIE ― A brand-new theatre is coming to Port St. Lucie!  Treasure Coast Theatre is a 55-seat community theatre located in the Town Centre Shopping Plaza in Port St. Lucie.  The new theatre will feature quality productions of award-winning comedies and dramas.  The 2019 season will …

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MARTIN COUNTY – Are you looking for a fun, first class event where you can be a Shining Star for the evening, strutting your stuff down a Red Carpet, modeling for paparazzi, signing autographs and then striking a pose for the camera? If so, The Children’s Museums Glitter & Glam Gala can …

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MARTIN COUNTY – The rainy season is quickly approaching and more rain means an increase in mosquitoes. In preparation, Martin County is ramping up efforts to reduce Zika mosquito breeding sites throughout the county. As part of this initiative, and in honor of Earth Day, Martin County is onc…

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Wings to Fly Dance Company presented ‘Hope’ at the Lyric Theater in downtown Stuart on Saturday, March 30. Wings To Fly Dance Company provides the opportunity for serious professionals and persons with disabilities to perform on stage with the aid of their new ‘Flyer Frame’ and ‘Freedom Harn…

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Local Planning Agency recommends 92,700-square-foot storage facility between Holly Creek and Pinecrest Lakes

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TREASURE COAST – The Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program has funding available in seven grant categories, all in support of the health of the lagoon. The deadline for all proposals is April 10.

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TREASURE COAST – The Indian River State College Foundation hosted the 20th Annual Entrepreneur of the Year dinner at the Dan K. Richardson Center, located at IRSC Mueller Campus in Vero Beach, on Thursday, March 7. The event was held in honor of the 2019 award recipient Michael Brown, retire…

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STUART – The middle school years can be some of the most challenging times in a child's life. Peer pressure, anxiety, and fears about fitting in can easily sabotage a child's self- esteem and academic success. Tykes & Teens is helping students in Martin County overcome these social-emoti…

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MARTIN COUNTY – The Martin County School District will sponsor the 45th Annual “Music in Our Schools” program on Tuesday, March 26 at 7pm. The free event will be held in the gymnasium at Martin County High School and will feature performances by elementary, middle, and high school music students.

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The Martin County Local Planning Agency rejects staff recommendation for 118-unit Cove Road development

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STUART – The 11th Annual Single Fin Showdown has been named one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast for 2019 by the Southeast Tourism Society (STS). Taking place March 16 at Stuart Beach, the showdown annually attracts more than 150 competitors and 1,500 festival spectators.

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MARTIN COUNTY – Martin County Ecosystem Restoration and Management is partnering with Be Floridian Now to kick off a new project in Martin County to raise awareness on the local fertilizer ordinance and its connection to water quality in our community. Local businesses can sponsor a colorful…

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STUART – The Martin County Commission, the Stuart City Commission and the School Board of Martin County met Feb. 14 for their latest joint session to discuss a variety of topics but found the emotion and lingering effects of the Parkland school shooting still very fresh on everyone’s minds.

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STUART – While what happens in Vegas tends to stay in Vegas, both the Martin County middle class and the uber-wealthy seasonal residents alike found out that Stuart and the surrounding area of the Treasure Coast don’t exactly conform to that rule when it comes to spas-turned-cat-houses and t…

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PALM CITY – The Library Foundation of Martin County and Knight Kiplinger honored May Smyth as the 2019 recipient of the Kiplinger Literacy Award on January 28 at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club in Palm City.

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MARTIN COUNTY – We all know the scene in the movie when the good guy is racing to the courthouse just in the nick of time to save the day, right? On Saturday, March 30th, hundreds will gather and Race to the Courthouse to save the day for local charities as the Martin County Bar Association …

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 Gilbert Smart tries his luck at seining with his wife Kimberley, mother-in-law Jeanette Faust, sons Aiden and Alex, 9 and 17, and daughter Annabelle, 12.

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Sisters Amelia and Lily, 7 and 9, examine a creature caught in their net with their parents,  Jessica and Sean Stockman.

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Clover and her sister Pansy recently came to HSTC when both of their pet parents passed away unexpectedly. Both are adjusting well to the shelter in spite of this recent tragedy. Clover is around 16 years old and is on a special diet for kidney disease; she is looking for a home to send her …

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Four-year-old Emma Dawson acts as the injured, tended to by three-year-old Conner Koblegard, guided by St. Lucie County Firefighter Paramedic Vince Randolph.