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Hefner perfect in return
Mets pitcher Jeremy Hefner was perfect in an inning of work for the Gulf Coast League Mets on Saturday, his first time pitching in a game since undergoing Tommy John surgery on Aug. 28 , 2013.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Mets introduce first-round pick Michael Conforto at Citi Field by treating him like a pro
Michael Conforto's taste of the big leagues Friday included his own stall near the entrance to the Mets clubhouse, caddy corner to David Wright's locker and directly across from Matt Harvey's.
Rick Scott Appoints GOP Insider Bill Scherer to Bag Digital Domain
Rick Scott couldn't have found a better man than Bill Scherer to be special counsel in the Digital Domain fiasco.
Owner speaks after being arrested for 'dangerous' dog
Port St. Lucie police arrested Angel Bracero, 77, on Wednesday after his dog, known to be dangerous, attacked a neighbor while he was riding an electric scooter.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
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Animal shelter's truck stolen
"As you can see we have a lot of furniture here and it's gonna cripple us," says Bill Paterson, a member of the Board of Directors for Dogs & Cats Forever in Fort Pierce.
Police: Dog declared 'dangerous' attacks again, owner arrested
Port St. Lucie police arrested Angel Bracero, 77, on July 9 after his dog, known to be dangerous, attacked a neighbor while he was riding an electric scooter.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Scott taps outside counsel to litigate in Crist's failed Digital Domain deal
The move comes more than a year after Scott's inspector general presented an investigative report that found evidence former Gov. Charlie and legislative leaders had bypassed the normal review process for incentives to push through the $20-million economic-development project.
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PSL officer dies of massive heart attack
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - The Port St. Lucie Police Department has announced the death of one of its officers Wednesday.
Boca Raton company buys two medical practices
Resolute Anesthesia and Pain Solutions acquired medical practices in Port St. Lucie and New Jersey.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Port St. Lucie Man Wins $5 Million Playing 100X the Cash Scratch-Off Game
The Florida Lottery announces that Eddie Yearby Jr., 37, of Port St. Lucie, claimed a $5 million top prize in the 100X THE CASH Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee.
St. Lucie County felony arrests for July 8, 2014
Gabrielle Rendini, 36, 1300 block of Roanoke Street, Port St. Lucie, possession of a controlled substance; petty theft; possession of drug equipment.
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Mother & son arrested for insurance fraud
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Port St. Lucie police arrested a mother and son on charges of filing a false police report and insurance fraud after police say the two claimed their 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix was stolen.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
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Push for sidewalks in Port St. Lucie
"Walk out get the paper, get the mail, go to the grocery store. It can't die within me," said Verschueren, looking at the memorial still standing at the edge of his yard.
Police: 'Squatter' arrested on burglary, drug charges
Douglas Whitney Collins is facing charges for burglary and possession and distribution of drugs, after he was found living inside of an unoccupied residence, according to Port St. Lucie police.
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Suspect arrested for squatting in PSL home, possession of drugs
A suspect has been arrested by the Port St. Lucie police after they found him squatting inside an unoccupied home.
Port St. Lucie man arrested for peeping through girl's window with cellphone
An 18-year-old man allegedly took cellphone videos of a girl about his age through her window as she dressed in her room.
The Little Singers of Monaco to perform in Port St. Lucie
The Little Singers of Monaco are pictured at the Prince's Palace. Princess Grace's portrait can be seen in the background.
Eyal Goldshmid: Getting rid of a pesky program
Eyal Goldshmid tells a Port St. Lucie reader how to get rid of problem program that keeps popping up on his computer.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Committee tentatively taps St. Lucie County for new nursing home for veterans
A preliminary scoring by a selection committee for the state Department of Veterans Affairs has a site in Port St. Lucie coming in first with the highest score.
Watch out world, here comes Robert Bacchus, Jr.
When Robert Bacchus, Jr., the 18-year old valedictorian of this year's Lincoln Park Academy senior class, heads off to Stanford University this fall, 100-percent of his schooling will be paid by his Gates Millennium Scholarship, awarded for the pinnacle of academic achievement, combined with community service and leadership.