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ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The weather is finally starting to cool down and St. Lucie County is offering plenty of ways to get out and take advantage this weekend. On Saturday Nov. 23, Islamorada Beer Company on Saint Lucie Boulevard in Fort Pierce is hosting their 4th Annual Brews and Cruise Car Sh…

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TREASURE COAST – The Bealls Black Friday event is a first time ever 50-70% off storewide sale which will begin Sunday, Nov. 24 and continue through Nov. 30. Bealls Stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 2019 and will re-open at 5 a.m. on Black Friday.

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Ft. Pierce - The last big boat show of the year will be held at the Causeway Cove Marina on Saturday, December 7th and Sunday, December 8th. New models and used boats will be on display for this 2-day event. Dealers are offering special show pricing and other incentives.

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St. Lucie County - Real Stone & Granite, the area’s top custom fabricator of granite and marble has been selected by 100 Las Olas, a luxury condominium project in Ft. Lauderdale, to install kitchen and bathroom countertops in residences for the project.

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Port St. Lucie Business Women Unite To Raise Funds For Breast Cancer Research

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Like most children, Brianna, 9, and Terah, 10, want toys. They don’t want just some toys. They want hundreds of toys. Brianna and Terah don’t ever want to play with these toys. Brianna and Terah are looking to make Christmas better for kids less fortunate than themselves.

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SOUTH HUTCHINSON ISLAND – Did you know that the St. Lucie County Aquarium has school programs designed specifically for different grade levels? Field trips to the Aquarium provide students with the opportunity to explore our local marine ecosystems outside of the classroom in a fun and engag…

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St. Lucie County - Trudy McGrath’s entire family has been diagnosed with Breast Cancer. One after the other, they all received the bad news. After finding out so many in her family were getting the devastating news, Trudy wanted to have testing done to find out if she should be concerned. Sh…

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ST. LUCIE COUNTY –Weekend fun in St. Lucie County kicks off this Saturday Nov. 16 with the 2nd Annual Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail Festival at the Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery in Fort Pierce.

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TREASURE COAST ― This year marks the ninth year that America’s Adopt A Soldier will reach out to America to ask for cards of thanks to share with our nation’s service members who are deployed and veterans who are in state veterans homes and hospitals.

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Treasure Coast - Last week, to make a positive impact on residents the Treasure Coast, the Medical Executive Committee of the Physicans of Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute presented $6,500 in donations. The first check was presented to the HANDS Clinic, a Volunteers in Me…

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FORT PIERCE – Adam M. Schaefer, M.P.H., an epidemiologist from Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, has joined forces with scientists from the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds to save the African Penguin.

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PORT ST. LUCIE – The fall festivities continue in Port St. Lucie, and there will be plenty to do this weekend. On Saturday Nov. 9, the Treasure Coast Brew Fest returns to the area from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. at Tradition Square. Attendees will be able to sample over 300 beers from 50 different …

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FORT PIERCE – Halloween may be over, but there is still plenty to do in Fort Pierce this weekend, from visiting the aquarium after dark to catching a special fall variety concert at the McAlpin Fine Arts Center.

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City Council squeaks through special exception for Verano 7-11 despite sea of red-shirted protestors

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The City of Fort Pierce is excited to announce Fort Pierce Youth Council (“YOCO”), an advisory board of high school students dedicated to assisting the Mayor and City Commission in solving problems and accomplishing goals on behalf of youth in the community. YOCO is a great opportunity to gi…

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FORT PIERCE – In just three short weeks the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners raised $6,524 to aid the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. These funds will directly benefit island residents and first responders in the Bahamas by providing water purifiers and funds to s…

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ST. LUCIE COUNTY - If you think of High Tea as something that’s a bit stuffy and possibly a little on the snooty side, Saturday, November 23rd may be a day that changes your life – or at least the way you imagine tea. That’s because volunteers from Learn to Read St. Lucie are transforming th…

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PORT ST. LUCIE – Let the Oxbow Eco-Center help you hit your mark with another Explore Archery session on Saturday, Nov. 2. The Oxbow’s team of USA archery-certified coaches and instructors will guide both experienced and novice archers from 9 a.m. to noon for an introduction to this captivat…

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ST. LUCIE COUNTY – St. Lucie County is offering a little something for everyone this weekend, whether it’s enjoying delicious seafood at the Causeway Cove Marina in Fort Pierce or solving an intriguing murder mystery at Aycock at Tradition in Port St. Lucie.

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We’ve all seen the photos and news footage of the utter devastation Hurricane Dorian wreaked upon our neighbors and friends in the Bahamas. Because so many of us think of the Bahamas as our own backyard playground and friendly neighbor, we all wanted to help rebuild this magical paradise whi…

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TREASURE COAST – Every year, the American Red Cross’ Holiday for Heroes campaign provides the community an opportunity to send messages of thanks and holiday cheer to veterans and military members.

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Eleven-year-old Deric Ott and fifteen-year-olds Tyler Daniel and Andrew Marini work the ‘Students 4 H2O’ booth.

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Florida Oceanographic SocietyExecutive Director Mark D. Perry talks about the oyster reefs.

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Seven-year-old Colin Meisenburg demonstrates shoreline erosion comparing bare shoreline, shore line with seawall and restored shoreline at the‘Ocean Research and Conservation Association’ booth.

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Three-year-old Reilly Thrasher watches Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders GiGi Pena and Yelina Davies.

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Curriculum Resource Teacher and Performing Arts Director Scott Laird sings after the talent show.

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Curriculum Resource Teacher and Performing Arts Director Scott Laird announces the winners.

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Four-year-olds Skyler Pierre-Baul of Fort Pierce and Finn Botson of Port St. Lucie learn the basics of skateboarding.

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Chris Adamson and Dominick Sciancalepore take on Jamie and AnnChauss in a game of pickle ball.

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Vice President of Treasure Coast Operations for Kolter Homes Wayne Soojian with Kolter Group Sales Manager Adam Horvit.

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Loren Anderson, director of marketing for Colter Homes, Port St. Lucie Mayor Greg Oravec and, cutting the ribbon, Pickle Ball Community Member Jamie Chauss and Wayne Soojian, vice president of Treasure Coast operations for Kolter Homes, with John Manrique, vice president of marketing  for Ko…

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Derick Prince, resident pro at Verano, explains the game of pickle ball to the crowd.