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Deadline looms for would-be candidates

Time is quickly running out for those who have not yet decided whether or not to brave the upcoming

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Services District won’t pursue bid for ‘Trail’ parcel

So much for Plan B. The St. Lucie West Services District is most likely back to building a permanent

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3 sought in armed home invasion

Port St. Lucie police are seeking the public’s help in identifying three men believed to have been

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City manager cites progress on development, commercial fronts

City Manager Russ Blackburn has been on the job about 18 months, so when he addressed the St. Lucie

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Port St. Lucie readies for Memorial Day service

Congressman Brian Mast will be the guest speaker as the United Veterans of Port St. Lucie host its a

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Dad’s car keyed post road rage

The Port St. Lucie Police Department is searching for two suspects believed to have keyed a man’s

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Second sting nails ‘heroin network’

For the second time this year, Sheriff Ken Mascara has announced the take-down of numerous suspected

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It takes a ‘Village’: Young city looks to honor its heritage

Starting this week, visitors to the future Riverfront Park will have to navigate around heavy equipm

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Congressman Mast named to Veterans Affairs panel

Port St. Lucie’s congressman, Brian Mast, is the newest member of the House Veterans Affairs Commi

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City hit with new spate of vehicle smash-and-grabs

Once again, the Port St. Lucie Police Department is urging residents to remove valuables from their

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Fla. legislators face grilling on schools, budget

Outgoing Senate President Joe Negron and state Reps. Erin Grall and Larry Lee Jr. faced a crowd of l

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Somerset to continue elementary service

Somerset Academy St. Lucie has been given five years to continue providing elementary school service