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$700K in awards opens college doors for grateful area students

Students of distinction arrived at the Sebastian River High School full of confidence and pride for

Melbourne Beachsider

Mayors’ ‘competition’ is win-win for environment

There is no denying the friendly competition between Melbourne Beach Mayor James Simmons and Indiala


What a dragster! ‘Quail’ show revs up classic car buffs

Car enthusiasts flocked to Quail Valley River Club last Saturday afternoon to admire some of the fin


Funds batted in at ‘Sawbones vs. Jawbones’ benefit game

Stormy forecasts and threatening skies couldn’t dampen the competitive spirits of the doctors and

St. Lucie Voice

Brightline’s foes ramp up fight in D.C.

Sometimes keeping big business under regulation can seem like trying to run down a 110-mph train. So


Charity Shooters aim high for Education Foundation

Whether they brought their own guns or borrowed loaners, participants were all fired up last Saturda


DuBose artifacts, traditions add glitter to Pioneer Dinner

The 1923 Fordson tractor parked outside the Heritage Center last Saturday evening was a clear indica

St. Lucie Voice

Schools tap in to city utilities’ efforts to spread water conservation message

April is water conservation month, a busy time for Port St. Lucie Utility Systems’ Educational Out


Ladies’ first: Lanier ‘humbled’ by Woman of Year honor

Two-hundred dynamic women, and a few good men, gathered at the Moorings Yacht and Country Club last


Recitations provide food for thought at ‘Poetry and BBQ’

Diverse voices bridging different cultures and backgrounds filled the room as poets recited their wo


Beachside battle: Shell Tossing tilt benefits Rotary Club

Oceanside Rotary Club partnered with Mulligan’s Beach House on Saturday to hold the first annual S


Education is the name of the game at ‘Wine and Wickets’

Sporting their casual whites and comfortable shoes, supporters of the Education Foundation of Indian