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ERIC HASERT/TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Juan Jamett of Port St. Lucie, a student in the Photonics Institute at Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, checks the alignment on a laser beam in a mock setup of a museum laser security system during class on Wednesday.
DECEMBER 6--In a commendable bit of prosecutorial discretion, a domestic violence charge has been dropped against a 19-year-old Giovanna Borge was busted in September following a confrontation with her beau in a Port St. Lucie apartment.
Cocoa headed for the biggest gain in a month on signs that a global shortage of the chocolate ingredient will persist.
Three South Florida men arrested this week in St. Lucie County could be responsible for more than a dozen vehicle burglaries at fitness centers across the Treasure Coast, according to the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.
Carlos Bonet, Al Feliciano, Alex James, Nancy Rozon, Raquel O'Connor, Herman Santa and Ron Bryson are pictured with the Christmas Toys Collection.
Gardeners it is time to start your cabbage and you can grow some whoppers. Well, the ones I have grown have only reached 5 or so pounds but we have some big ones in Florida.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Francoise Van de Put, 28, who brought food to Gallerani while he hid in the family hay loft.
The forecast says there is a 100 percent chance of snow at Tradition Medical Center's Open House Dec. 7. But it's clear from the #TCPalmSocial event calendars: the holiday season on the Treasure Coast kicks off this weekend.
From growth and development to roads to property values, we're tracking news that is shaping our future.
Whether its an aromatic fir tree or a trendy pink one, white lights or multicolor, decorating our homes is likely the biggest contributor to the Christmas spirit.
Law enforcement and first responders simulate a terrorist attack at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie to better prepare in the event of a real attack.
A couple of years ago, they came up with the idea of "Turkeys For Tots" to insure that children would not only get toys for Christmas, but also be able to enjoy a real Christmas dinner.
Earlier this year, someone used a stolen credit card to pay for a wedding on a yacht in Miami.
Good Samaritan Ministries usually has fundraisers to assist substance abuse programs, food pantries and the city's homeless and financially unstable.