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Baseball game aims to 'strike out' disease
PORT ST. LUCIE -- The St. Lucie Mets will join The ALS Association Florida Chapter and Minor League Baseball in honoring people living with Lou Gehrig's Disease and help strikeout ALS during the team's home game vs. the Ft. Myers Miracle at Tradition Field on Thursday, Aug. 7, beginning at 6 p.m. "Baseball has had a long tradi...
Cleanup on old electric plant proves daunting
FORT PIERCE -- The city of Fort Pierce is facing potential delays and mounting costs in the ongoing environmental cleanup of the old H.D. King Power Plant at 311 North Indian River Drive. Work began on the property in 2011 by the Tampa firm Cardno after the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency received $600,000 ...
Researchers to conduct first-ever study of Vibrio bacteria
TREASURE COAST -- Pathogenic bacteria of the genus Vibrio cause an estimated 80,000 illnesses and 100 deaths each year in the United States, and scientists at Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute have documented the presence of these bacteria in the Indian River Lagoon -- providing the impetus fo...
Summertime snow
Sophia Assante, 3, of Port St. Lucie, puts the finishing touches on her snowman at St. Lucie Medical Center's 'Stay Frozen in Summer' event on Saturday, July 26.
Credit union expands in Port St. Lucie
PORT ST. LUCIE -- In continuing to expand its footprint from coast to coast, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union is pleased to announce the addition of a 4,000-square foot branch located at 8351 S. U.S. 1 in Port St. Lucie. Opening for business on Monday, Aug. 4, the new branch will bring the credit union's unique value proposition of fre...
Parents reminded to immunize children for the new school year
TREASURE COAST -- March of Dimes, the leading organization for mom and baby health, urges parents to immunize their children against infectious diseases before the beginning of the 2014-15 school year. Influenza, pertussis (whooping cough), and measles are just a few of the serious vaccine-preventable diseases that still affec...
Snowing in July
Nico Maione, 9, of Port St. Lucie takes on the blowing snow at St. Lucie Medical Center's 'Stay Frozen in Summer' event on Saturday, July 26....
Doctor opens second care facility
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Dr. Michele Libman and her husband Rob Gluckman, Esq. will bring their second Urgent and Primary Care office to the Treasure Coast when their new facility opens in Port St. Lucie on Aug. 4. With the goal of offering the highest quality medical care in St. Lucie County, the medical team will offer 30-40 minute a...
Sales tax-free holiday helps families save money
TREASURE COAST -- With the new school year approaching, parents and students can save money on their back to school shopping with the sales tax-free holiday from Aug. 1-3. "During this sales-tax holiday families will be able to save money on school supplies and other back-to-school items that will set students up for success i...
Learning to lasso
Seven year old Monroe of Port St. Lucie works at getting the lasso figured out with her father, Justin Thiery at the Professional Bull Riding Weekend, held at the St. Lucie West Bass Pro Shop on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27....
New tactics being used to monitor harmful algal blooms
TREASURE COAST -- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission researchers have begun using new approaches to more quickly detect and track harmful algal blooms in the Indian River Lagoon, which spans 156 miles and makes up 40 percent of Florida's east coast, supporting commercial and recreational clam and oyster farming....

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