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Wild boar terrorize PSL neighborhood
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- - Residents in a Port Saint Lucie neighborhood are battling with packs of feral hogs that are terrorizing them in their own backyards.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Miami Herald
Using live bluerunners and threadfin herring his clients caught big kingfish, dolphins and blackfin tuna on the surface baits and large mutton snappers on the bottom baits.
Treasure Coast Music Teachers present annual honors recital
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com Front Row from left are Sandra Palter, Darren Decius, Shazkya Fernandez, Rebecca Ferdinand, Tiffany Alberto, Angelina Alberto, Rebecca Peng, Gregory Fedele, Julia Vitale, Cindy Kessler, & Lynn Haynes.
Tue May 14, 2013
Police: Man left toddler, infant in car at Walmart to go inside and exchange shoes
Dayne Benoit is accused of leaving his two young children inside a car as he went inside to return some shoes.
WPTV Local News
Man charged with assaulting 7-year-old
A Port St. Lucie man was being held without bond Tuesday at the St. Lucie County Jail, charged with sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl, records show.
Fishing report: May 14
Capt. Glyn Austin of Going Coastal charters in Sebastian reported that two weeks ago the big redfish were feeding aggressively at the inlet on small crabs drifting out in the tide.
Florida Biotech News
Indian River State College students to gain experience at Torrey Pines
Indian River State College and Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies have launched an innovative new Work-Study Internship program that engages students in cutting-edge bioscience research while they earn a paycheck and receive a $1,250 per semester scholarship at the same time.
Mon May 13, 2013
WPTV Local News
211 facing layoffs at Liberty Medical
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Termination notices have been sent to more than 200 Liberty Medical Supply employees in Port St.
When Should I Hire A Personal Injury Attorney?
On a routine shopping trip to Wal-Mart, a Port St. Lucie man had a freak accident.
Sunshine State News
Arcade Owner Brandon Michael Cannon Files to Challenge Sen. Joe Negron
Brandon Michael Cannon, 26, owner of a now-shuttered Port St. Lucie senior arcade, has filed to run against state Sen.
WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
Thirteen arrested in PSL drug ring
Police seized $14,000, ammunition, radios, scales, over a pound of cocaine, 19 pounds of marijuana, four rifles, four handguns, two trucks, two cars, two golf carts and one boat.
Sun May 12, 2013
The week ahead: Activities in Indian River County and surrounding areas
It appears as if it is going to be a quiet week this week in Vero Beach and all of its surrounding areas.
Treasure Coast book news May 12, 2013
BunchaBooks Book Club: Brackett Library, IRSC Mueller Campus, 6155 College Lane, Vero Beach, 5 p.m., Wednesdays.
Author spotlight: Gerard Hansen of Port St. Lucie, author of 'Neogenesis'
A: "Neogenesis" is a gripping, fictional drama about a baffling fatal disease that could decimate humanity.
Sat May 11, 2013
Legislature scorecard: How Treasure Coast lawmakers' bills fared this session
Treasure Coast lawmakers have successfully made cases for speedier death row appeals, better protection for babies who survive abortions, fairer coverage for cancer patients and fewer drones buzzing overhead.
Religion matters: This Catholic church different than any other on the Treasure Coast
HOBIE HILER/SPECIAL TO TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Bishop Bernard Sheffield leads services in the Old Catholic Church of the Americas tradition with Deacon Frank Williams at Holy Faith Episcopal Church in Port St.
Fri May 10, 2013
Bethune-Cookman tops PGA Minority Collegiate
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - English brothers Leon and Ryan Fricker each shot 3-under 69 on Friday to help Bethune-Cookman top the Division I men's leaderboard in the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship.
Faiella optimistic about Port St. Lucie's economic activity
If it is up to Mayor JoAnn Faiella, residents can be optimistic that the city is crawling its way out of the dark times caused by the economic downturn.
The Florida Times-Union
A tender message to a new Navy bride is the last before her husband is killed
On Tuesday, 15 minutes before the 23-year-old sailor was hit by a car and killed at his new post across the world in Bahrain, he texted his wife in Jacksonville.
College graduates largest class to date
On a cloudy Saturday morning on May 4, Indian River State College graduated its largest class to date at Tradition Field in Port St.