FORT PIERCE – St. Lucie County and the City of Fort Pierce are partnering with the Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie County to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to those over the age of 65 and to health care workers with direct patient contact.
Treasure Coast - Attorney General Ashley Moody and 10 other state attorneys general are recovering funds from a sham veterans charity based in Palm Harbor.
PORT ST. LUCIE - Get ready to feast! The Port St. Lucie Seafood Festival returns to the grounds of the MID-FLORIDA Event Center on Saturday, Jan. 30 and Sunday, Jan. 31.
TREASURE COAST - A study from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) has surveyed regions of the country to find what and how people were eating during the pandemic.
Port St. Lucie Council members agree to removal of sidewalks in Paar Estates and elimination of tree requirement
St. Lucie County officials and staff share their thoughts honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Treasure Coast - The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is now open to to all participating PPP lenders who want to submit Second, or First Draw loan applications to the Small Business Administration.
North 29th Street between Orange Avenue and Avenue Q to be renamed Fannie Lewis-Darden Street
FORT PIERCE, FL—The Paulie Strong Charitable Foundation has raised $10,000 to establish a scholarship at Indian River State College (IRSC).
Port St. Lucie Planning Board majority recommends Riverland/Kennedy denial due to annexation controversy
Easement, plat and final site plan approvals mean FedEx will be first Legacy Park development in Southern Grove
FPUA gets update on $1 million-plus Fort Pierce roadway improvement project funded by half-cent surtax
STATEWIDE - Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody has issued a Consumer Alert warning residents not to be fooled by bogus websites offering COVID-19 vaccine appointment reservations for a fee.
The Fort Pierce Commission authorized staff to draft and lease and animal service agreement with Operation SOS
GRANT - The Grant Seafood Festival has been canceled for 2020. The 55th annual event will instead take place March 5-6, 2022.
PORT ST. LUCIE - According to U-Haul data analyzing migration within the U.S. in 2020, Florida is the number three growth state in the country, after Tennessee and Texas. Florida, which was the number one growth state in 2019 based on U-Haul data, has been among the top four growth states ea…
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - The City of Fort Pierce has launched a photo contest to celebrate its historic architecture, landscape, and people.
STATEWIDE - As the federal government begins delivering additional stimulus payments across the country, Floridians should be wary of the potential for fraud.
More than $200,000 in COVID-19 relief funding has kept electricity disconnects below pre-pandemic levels
FedEx will have a 10-year sliding scale of exemptions on both its ad valorem and tangible personal property taxes
TREASURE COAST - It’s that time of year again when many of us make New Year’s resolutions. After a tumultuous 2020, it may be more imperative than ever to strive for physical, mental, and emotional balance.
Port St. Lucie High School one of only 50 high schools nationwide to receive inaugural School of Excellence award
NFPA encourages prompt removal now that the holidays are over
Port St. Lucie Council sends notice to terminate its largest impact fee agreements with St. Lucie County
TREASURE COAST - The COVID-19 pandemic changed the daily routines of millions of Americans, including how human traffickers operate their criminal enterprises—driving even more illicit activity online. According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, crisis cases handled by the organizat…
Police Community Advisory Committee asked Fort Pierce Commission for help publishing citizen survey
Fort Pierce planning director tasked with creating new zoning district to coincide with Port Master Plan
The Port St. Lucie Government Finance Corporation agreed to a $5.7 million offer for the 44.2-acre Tradition site
Port of Fort Pierce.
Hopefully the sales or service experience with your car dealer went well. But, too often, they don’t. Now what? The advice I give you applies to all business transactions, not just car dealerships.
TREASURE COAST - On Dec. 15, the world’s wealthiest woman announced a donation of $45 million to Indian River State College. The donation is the largest in the 60-year history of the college.
Local representatives offer best wishes and reveal personal resolutions for the New Year
St. Lucie County 4-H youth express best wishes to Board of County Commissioners for 2020 holiday season
TREASURE COAST – Lizards are common to Florida’s landscape, but not all lizards are native. University of Florida researchers say that non-native species outnumber native species by three times, and these invasive species are impacting ecosystems and communities.
STATEWIDE – A new report, Kids, Families and COVID-19: Pandemic Pain Points and the Urgent Need to Respond, shows Florida’s families are struggling at higher percentages than the national average in food security, housing stability, and affordable healthcare.
MacKenzie Scott's donation is the single largest in the college's history
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – As 2020 begins to draw to a close, good tidings and cheer are perhaps more important than ever this holiday season. Celebrations may look a little different this year, but there will still be plenty of ways to safely enjoy the season’s festivities with friends and loved ones.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The year 2020 has truly been one for the books. Early on in the year, the looming coronavirus pandemic began taking over the headlines, and by
Kathryn Hensley first won election in 1996 and represented District 4 for 24 years
Police Community Advisory Committee recommends commissioners follow suit of other Florida municipalities
Sansone Group woos global distributor to the first phase of its industrial park at Southern Grove
Original $1.7-million price tag for Gordy Road Bridge increases by $1.1 million
Majority of Port St. Lucie Planning & Zoning Board members worry about increased traffic and wetland destruction
Stuart Community Redevelopment Board recommends adding $75,000 to CRA budget for 38 new sidewalks
First phase nearly complete of five-year rollout of $8 million Advanced Metering Infrastructure system
Five-term City Commissioner Reggie Sessions lost to political new-comer Curtis Johnson Jr. on Nov. 3
TREASURE COAST - Holiday lights and décor bring feelings of joy, positivity and happiness – and that’s why many Floridians brighten up their homes with festive decorations each year.
Watching birds feed can bring great joy during the pandemic. At Audubon of Martin County, we love feeding the over-wintering and year-round birds and think other regional non-birders might enjoy seeing colorful visitors to their yard, too.
TREASURE COAST - The entire Treasure Coast has been issued a West Nile virus advisory by the Florida Department of Health. Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie counties are all currently under a mosquito-borne illness advisory.
Port St. Lucie City Council approval of a special exception use brings relocation to Glades Cutoff one step closer
The Brahman’s Kehjayah Rodgers, No. 10, and the Jaguar’s Makel Dickerson, No. 10, jump for the tip-off.
The Jaguar’s Mitchely Kerry, No. 22, center, sidesteps the Brahman’s Daniel Phillips, No. 11 and Jasheem Dawson No. 1, right.
The Jaguar’s Makel Dickerson, No. 10, dribbles around the Brahman’s Jayquavious Thomas, No. 3.
The Jaguar’s No. 33 Elijah Hazelton goes up for a shot.
The Jaguar’s Allen Graham, No. 21, goes for the net over the Brahman’sRowan Hanley No. 45.
Ricky Savage (No. 41) sinks a 2-pointer.