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Students help foil peeping-tom at private school
MARTIN COUNTY - A 25-year-old Palm City man faces 12 felony charges after police said he planted a hidden camera in the girl's locker room at The Pine School in Stuart. Michael Scott Girard, a maintenance worker at the school, faces 11 counts of voyeurism and one charge of destruction of evidence. Investigators sa...
Beer fest vendors get refunds
MARTIN COUNTY - Larry Burdgick, the event organizer behind last month's poorly attended Treasure Coast Music and Beer Festival, said he's settled with angry vendors who said they lost money at the event. Mr. Burdgick's company, Under the Sun Promotions, organized the inaugural festival that...
Raising awareness, funds
The Yacht and Country Club has received an award for reportedly showing up with 50 members for the 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event to benefit SafeSpace and help raise awareness of domestic violence on Oct. 7 in downtown Stuart. For more information, go to www.safespacefl.org....
Watchful neighbor helps police nab burglary gang
STUART - Three Fort Lauderdale men that police said could be linked to several robberies in Stuart are behind bars, thanks to a tip from an observant neighbor. Sheriff's deputies conducted a traffic search after a woman called police to report what appeared to be a burglary taking place on her neighbor's property...
Gymnastics demonstration
Rylee Cervini, 5, of Port St. Lucie, Julia Hirt, 5, of Stuart, Tyler Cervini, 7, of Port St Lucie, Brooke Shingary, 7, Sophia Ingles, 10, and Lily Hochestetter, 13, of Stuart, watch Madison Wnuk demonstrate a back walkover. The girls, all from the YMCA of the Treasure Coast Gymnastics, were part of an event in s...
'Significant dealer' arrested in drug bust
MARTIN COUNTY - A man who police referred to as a "significant dealer" is behind bars after investigators executed a search warrant that led to the discovery of drugs at his home in East Stuart. Robert Williams of 919 S.E. Ninth St., faces three felonies and one misdemeanor charge following his Oct. 3 arrest and ...
Powder puff power
Jensen Beach High School track star, senior Noel Jod'on, 17,of Jensen Beach (No. 00) breaks away from junior Nichole Rohas, 16, (No. 18) to help the seniors take the lead during the annual powder puff game on Oct. 4 at Jensen Beach High School. The seniors beat the juniors 10-2....
Seniors vs. juniors
In Jensen Beach High School's annual powder puff game, senior Kelly Crispin, 17, of Jensen Beach (No. 42) punts the ball back to the juniors on Oct. 4 at Jensen Beach High School stadium. The seniors beat the juniors 10-2....
Vigil planned for victims of prescription-drug overdoses
STUART - A group tasked with educating residents about the dangers of abusing prescription drugs is holding a memorial for victims of accidental overdoses. The Martin County Narcotics Overdose Prevention Education Task Force, or NOPE, said accidental drug poisonings claim 28,000 lives each year across the nation....
Pitcher pitches in for good cause
Former major league pitcher Rusty Meacham gets ready for the 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event to benefit SafeSpace and help raise awareness of domestic violence on Oct. 7 in downtown Stuart. For more information, go to www.safespacefl.org....
Up & coming
Candlelight vigil taking place Oct. 25 The Martin County Narcotics Overdose Prevention Education task force will host a candlelight vigil at Memorial Park in Stuart at 6 p.m. in memory of those who die from accidental drug poisonings each year. The public is invited to attend. For more information and to confirm attendance, call (772) 220-3439 ...

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