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George Andreassi

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Historical Society details plan to operate ‘Peacock’ buildings

Port St. Lucie’s 102-year-old Peacock house would be restored and outfitted with static displays f

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Foes pack council meeting to protest Planned Parenthood relocation

More than 200 anti-abortion activists packed the Port St. Lucie City Council Chambers to protest the

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Styx concert series show could put $25k in city coffers

Port St. Lucie expects to earn a $25,000 profit on the Styx concert on Feb. 2 on the Civic Center gr

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Indian River County to spend $300,000 a year to truck recycling to St. Lucie County

Indian River County expects to spend nearly $300,000 per year transporting recycling materials to St

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Turnpike could pose obstacle for planned $4M ‘Adventure Park’

A $4 million “Adventure Park” planned in St. Lucie West may face complications if Florida’s Tu

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Restaurant at Riverwalk could open in fall 2021

A $1.8 million restaurant overlooking the Port St. Lucie Riverwalk Boardwalk could go under construc

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Virgin Trains USA reveals construction plans for extending service through Indian River

Virgin Trains USA expects to spend more than $20 million and take more than two years to replace the

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With Fort Pierce out, nearest Virgin Trains stop looks like Stuart

Indian River County residents apparently will have to drive at least an hour to get to a Virgin Trai

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Cleveland Clinic takes over nearby research center

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s takeover last week of the former Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute i

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Indian River County’s former allies in court battle against Virgin Trains switch sides

Indian River County’s former allies in the legal battle against Virgin Trains USA are poised to pr

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Hotel, retail buildings to anchor ‘jobs corridor’ intersection

A four-story hotel and two retail buildings will anchor the high-profile intersection of Village Par

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Never too late for council to approve pay raise for itself

The Port St. Lucie City Council worked overtime to give itself huge raises early Tuesday morning.