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City and County rev up for new road projects

The $90 million Crosstown Parkway project entered the home stretch last week with the completion of

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Home run! Mets, St. Lucie OK $57M renovations deal

About two dozen New York Mets fans cheered the St. Lucie County commissioners Tuesday for approving

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FEMA’s $9.5M pull-back has county in a beach-repair bind

The shifting sands of federal funding decisions have left the St. Lucie County commissioners all at

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New $2.8M fire station planned near PSL Blvd. and U.S. 1

The St. Lucie County Fire District plans to build a new $2.8 million Fire Station No. 5 near Port St

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New details emerge on career academy

The proposed Somerset Career Academy Port St. Lucie anticipates opening its doors to 300 students in

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Play ball! … Then, eventually, begin renovations

A first workout for Mets pitchers and catchers on Valentine’s Day portends a sweet spring training

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‘School tax’ hike would fund teacher raises, added security

St. Lucie County voters will decide April 23 whether to approve a school tax increase that would gen

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City hikes trash fee by 5 percent

City homeowners will pay $13.56 more for trash disposal service – a 5 percent increase – in thei

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Oculus move to Tradition is done deal

Oculus Surgical called a groundbreaking ceremony for Thursday morning for a 50,000-square-foot manuf

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Real estate expertise seen factor in search for new City Attorney

The City Council is looking for a new city attorney with real estate and development expertise to he

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4,000 homes in plans as long-delayed LTC Ranch project ramps up

A 2,055-acre agricultural tract at Interstate 95 and Midway Road first primed for development in 199

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County Commission votes to spend up to $400,000 to appeal train lawsuit decision

VERO BEACH – It’s worth spending up to $400,000 to keep up Indian River County’s federal court