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Relay to raise money to fight cancer
MARTIN COUNTY -- Hundreds of people around the county are gearing to walk a day and night in support of those battling a life-threatening illness. In signs of solidarity across several cities, friends are pledging early support for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, an annual event that raises money for...
Working on art
From left: Jeannie Ferrara of Palm City, Lynne Barletta of Port St. Lucie, founder and executive director of the Visionary School of Arts, Alicia Posluszny of Juno Beach, art instructor and Brent McEhren of Palm City, art instructor work on an art project on Monday Nov. 19 at the Stuart Chamber of Commerce. The ...
Compassion comes in shoebox
TREASURE COAST -- Residents of the Treasure Coast were busy in November not only stuffing turkeys, but shoeboxes, as well. The shoeboxes are part of Operation Christmas Child. Every year, volunteers from local churches, youth groups and community clubs fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and more for...
Reunion unites trauma survivors with care team
TREASURE COAST -- Mariela Garcia doesn't remember March 16. But the trauma care team that took care of her does. That was the day the Vero Beach resident was run over by a car and rushed to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center with a broken femur, exploded spleen, two broken ribs, a damaged liver and a collapse...
Group seeks mentors for school-age children
MARTIN COUNTY -- A little time spent mentoring a child can make a big difference, said administrators of a local nonprofit looking to recruit volunteers. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin counties is urging residents to "spend a little time" to positively impact the life of one of the 275 children...
Unusual sight in Stuart
Alexis Monroe, 9, of Jensen Beach, Madeline Dodd, 10, of Stuart, Isabella Garman, 9 of Stuart, and Dylan Nocito, 9, of Jensen Beach, ride a camel at Felix A. Williams Elementary School's fall festival in Stuart on Saturday, Nov. 17....
Early prenatal care helps reduce county's infant mortality
MARTIN COUNTY -- A push to increase the number of residents getting prenatal care in the first three months of pregnancy has reduced the number of deaths among newborns, according to a recent report by the Florida Health Department. In the last seven years, area women have been seeking medical care earlier in the...
Visiting Santa
Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer Nicholas Leonardson, 4, hugs Santa Claus (Lance Willocks), while Lily Leonardson hugs Mrs. Claus (Rosemary Willocks) at the fifth annual Tykes and Teens festival of trees at Stuart's Courthouse Cultural Center on Friday Nov. 23. The holiday couple and the kids are all from Stuart. Tykes and Teens is a nonprofit...
City's first female fire chief was 'constantly challenged'
MARTIN COUNTY -- Days before the last Thanksgiving holiday she would spend as Stuart's fire chief, Lori Sunderman was nothing but grateful. The city's first female fire chief, Chief Sunderman is credited with a multitude of achievements during her tenure, which includes buil...
Hundreds attend regional planning workshops
TREASURE COAST -- A series of workshops to gather public feedback on a proposal to create a regional development plan attracted about 700 attendees in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Palm Beach counties in October and November. The Southeast Flo...
End of season for Tigers
Jermohn Queen (No.19 ), of Martin County High School breaks away from Joseph Figueroa (No. 31) and Mike Gladstein (No. 33) of Fort Pierce Central High School during the regional semi-final game in Fort Pierce on Friday, Nov. 23. Fort Pierce Central went on to win 40-14. The Cobras face the Manatees tonight for...
Incumbent concedes house race
TREASURE COAST -- After almost two weeks of lawyers and recounts, U.S. Rep. Allen West, R-Palm Beach Gardens, conceded on the early morning of Nov. 20 to his opponent, Patrick Murphy. "While a contest of the election results might have changed the vote totals, we do not have evidence that the outcome would ...
Up & coming
Multicultural holiday celebration set for Dec. 1 On Dec. 1, visit the Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams Ave., in Indiantown, before and after the annual Indiantown Chamber of Commerce's Christmas parade. Bring recipes that celebrate cultural heritages to the cookie sale and recipe swap. The event is free and open to the public. No tick...

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