Things to Remember
In response to patron
Doctors office endless waits
Police officers should be proactive
Service dogs a bit too much
Don't discard your usable items
Cars on sidewalks also a burden
What's with golf cart drivers?
What about bilingual warning signs?
What's required to be a democrat?
Prayers really are the answer
Re: Enough is Enough
No to tax hike
A call for help
Women reps on women's issues
A rave for Chef Costa
So far, so good
Since the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School one year ago, the way we look at school safety and security has drastically changed. While there have been other school shootings across our country since the landmark Columbine shooting, the Parkland shooting last February ha…
Regarding Maggie Hurchalla being sued for trying to stop mining
New blacktop woes
Kindness of a Stranger
Be careful about turtles and tortoises
Tired of the hassle
FORT PIERCE – Being a guardian on an Honor Flight is one day you will remember forever. If you live in Indian River Martin, Palm Beach, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties, Southeast Florida Honor Flight wants you to fly with them as a veteran, a guardian or volunteer.
'Stranger Danger' is a myth
No vote? No taxes
Spoil island 'spoiled' — why?
So tired of giant political ads
A happy reader
Florida's toxic algae
Destroying oak trees
Signs need regulation
Re: slow drivers
Suspicious about show of concern
Recently, the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office and Martin County Sheriff’s Office partnered with RING, a leading security camera company providing citizens with real-time, local crime and safety information.
Where is Congress?
Unsupervised dogs run amok
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a deputy sheriff? What’s a day like on road patrol, or crime scene or aviation? Well the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Academy is a great place to answer those questions and see hands-on just what it’s like behind the scenes.