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MARTIN COUNTY – The Martin County Office of Tourism and Marketing, in partnership with the Treasure Coast Square mall, is opening up the first-ever interactive, pop-up tourism experience on the Treasure Coast - and there's something for everyone! The pop-up tourism shop offers a glimpse into…

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STUART – United Way of Martin County recently announced the investment of nearly $2.1 million in Martin County, supporting programs and initiatives that are strengthening neighborhoods, boosting economic mobility and providing a safety net for people in need.

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The Martin Redevelopment Agency recommended approval of new Chapter 18 provisions in the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan.

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According People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), in just seven years’ time, one unaltered female cat and her offspring can produce more than 370,000 kittens, with about half of those able to survive. The number in slightly lower for dogs. In just two years, a female dog and her …

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STUART - Martin County Library System is pleased to announce the second in a series of new and improved quiet areas that will eventually be implemented at all library locations. A welcome reception is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 9 at 6:00 p.m. at the Blake Library, 2351 SE Monte…

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With an estimated 6,000 students in Martin County needing assistance in preparing for the upcoming school year, House of Hope is partnering with local businesses, organizations and residents for its annual “Tools for School” supply drive in order to fulfill the needs of as many students as p…

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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 to lose pets is always the Fourth of July.

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On Saturday, July 13, the Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation will be hosting the 18th Annual Goombay Bash event at the Jensen Beach Causeway Park. The event raises critical funds for maternal, child and pediatric services at Cleveland Clinic Martin Health. This event will result in th…

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STUART — Thanks to some generous donors, several children from Martin and St. Lucie Counties will be enjoying a fun-filled week of camp this summer. The Salvation Army offers its seasonal camp program throughout the summer to children from low-income families and to those enrolled in its wee…

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TREASURE COAST ― The Treasure Coast Food Bank is partnering with other charitable organizations across the region to offer children free summer meals. Now through August 9, children ages 18 and under can walk into any of the locations listed below and receive a free meal or snack.

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TREASURE COAST ― St. Lucie Medical Center in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River Medical Center in Sebastian received the highest hospital safety scores on the Treasure Coast in a new report.

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TREASURE COAST– Wildfire dangers are elevated this week due to forecast hot and dry conditions and the Florida Forest Service, Okeechobee District wants to remind residents to burn responsibly. Burning yard waste does not require a burn authorization from the Florida Forest Service as long a…

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STATEWIDE ― June marks the start of hurricane season and a time for Floridians to stock up on qualifying disaster preparedness supplies exempt from sales tax. Passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the 2019 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holi…

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TREASURE COAST – Television network CNBC has named Sebastian and Port St. Lucie as two southern cities “where the economy is booming and salaries are on the rise.” CNBC said that Americans are flocking to both cities.

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JENSEN BEACH - If you love classic cars, you must visit Kiddy’s Classics in Jensen Beach. There is magic happening in the state-of-the-art restoration shop, and even the employees are aware that they are part of something special.

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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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 OBJ is an absolute love-bug, but he wasn’t always that way. He has spent the majority of his life as a community cat living outside here at HSTC. Everything changed when he collapsed; it was determined that he had a severe urinary tract infection that required immediate attention. Over the …

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Dolores Gaynor, of Vero Beach, sent in this picture of the Koop sisters while they vacationed in Aruba , during May. The sisters are Janet, Dolores, Loretta and Carol-Ann. Although it was extremely windy and their original Hometown News newspaper blew away and landed in water, they still man…

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Victoria Boyer, 8, Tyler Mikaels, 9 and Derek Boyer, 12, compete for the Jell-o eating title.

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Boys and Girls Club Chuck Hill Unit members Nyssa Washington, 16 and Trayvante Mathews and Karen Louis, both 14.

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Fort Pierce Police Officer Mark Woodroff is handcuffed to the cage by fellow Officer Jorge Goz.

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Twelve-year-old Shaianne Graham puts a whole cup of Jello in her mouth during the Jello-eating contest.

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Five-year-old Aaliyah Robinson hands out Teddy Bears from the St. Lucie Medical Center booth. 

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Tammy Ward watches her 14-year-old daughter Kaitlyn get a kiss fromthe St. Lucie Fire District’s K9 ‘Camy’.

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Port St. Lucie Police Assistant Chief Richard Del Toro, A&G Concrete Pool’s Travis Leonard, Boys and Girls Club of St. Lucie County CEO Will Armstead and Paul Taglieri of the St. Lucie Mets.

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Five-year-olds Liam Jacob, Hanno Vorholz and Hattan Zawawi looking for sea creatures.

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Summer Camp Director Shannon Dack helps Gabrielle Dalichow put her shoe back on.

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Five-year-olds Christian Gerbino, Trenton and Jaden Irvine, Hattan Zawawi and Gabby Hodder put on their best fish face.

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Illyanna Durkin, 6, and Alexandra Keshtmand, 5, add some color to their projects.