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Copas groundbreaking ceremony draws Scott

The Florida Department of Veteran Affairs has confirmed that Gov. Rick Scott, a Navy veteran, plans

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Safety enhancement as deputy now assigned to each of county’s schools

Neither the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office nor the School District will wait any longer for the

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YMCA hopes public will again step up to plate this year for ‘Easter House’

Time is running out. Nerves are getting tense. Will the community step up and support the YMCA as

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Some answers still sought in bizarre double slay case

The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation into the murders of two unin

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Feds hit PSL man with gun-running charges

A Port St. Lucie man is alleged to be behind a massive, four-year-long gun-running operation illegal

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Feds throw book at 2 docs in separate fraud cases

An ophthalmologist and a dermatologist with practices in St. Lucie County will both serve years in p

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Eire we go! City preps for St. Patrick’s Day fun

Grab the shillelagh, penny whistle and badhran and head to the seisiún for a bit of practice on the

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Cops investigate shooting outside cafe in early a.m.

Days after a shooting near the Café Hookah in the Bayshore Business District, the Port St. Lucie Po

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Mayor touches many bases in freewheeling ‘State of City’

Mayor Greg Oravec seemed almost stumped about what good news to put into the State of the City addre

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Officials scramble in wake of city attorney resignation

Following a month-long probe  that produced a 21-page summation of the investigation, the latest Po

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Port St. Lucie resident’s claims to soccer ‘Fame’ keep piling up

“Soccer is sneaking up on baseball,” he said. “Give it another five years, 10 years, my feelin

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You name it … the inaugural PSL Block Party had it!

It might not seem like much – a neighborhood with a sign at its main entrance. But those living in