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Patrick McCallister

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City cheers residents’ level of storm preparedness

On Tuesday, Aug. 27, the City of Port St. Lucie issued its first Tropical Storm Dorian update. The s

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Our area was ready for major test that never materialized

Hurricane Dorian was aimed pretty much straight at the Treasure Coast. By Sept. 3, it had proven its

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‘Twin Mustang,’ unlikely war hero, now starring at Titusville museum

A forgotten war hero has landed at the Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum in Titusville – the worl

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Big ‘box’ employers at job fair

CareerSource Research Coast is looking for people who can think inside the box. To fill and ship box

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Library class to impress on families: Better Internet safe than sorry

Internet safety is a family activity at Morningside Branch Library. At least it will be at the secon

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County revs up recycling efforts with WRAP

While other cities and counties are reducing their recycling, St. Lucie is expanding with the new Wr

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Region experiences ‘traditional’ summer employment dip

The Treasure Coast’s annual summer employment dip continued in June with St. Lucie County going to

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McChesney Park’s going to the dogs

Here’s something to woof about: A shiny new dog park is opening this weekend in Port St. Lucie.

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Survivors of sex abuse hope to inspire and educate at upcoming convention

Shamora Carter is a playwright accustomed to telling others’ stories. On Saturday, July 20, she’

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Tradition rep to speak on human trafficking issues

Rep. Toby Overdorf, who represents Tradition in the Florida House, will speak at the next general me

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Copas home builds momentum on anniversary of construction start

The Florida Department of Veteran affairs is a festive place these days. Construction of the Ardie R

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SKYWARN CLASS: Look up to know when to look out

The National Weather Service has all kinds of tech, but when the worst weather blows in, eyes on the