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Martin County

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  • Davy Jones dies at 66; Monkees' romantic heartthrob

    Davy Jones dies at 66; Monkees' romantic heartthrob
    Davy Jones was a promising 18-year-old actor from England when he found himself among the guest performers on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on Feb. 9, 1964 — the same night about 75 million people tuned in to catch the American debut of the Beatles. Like...
  • 2012 FABC Girls All-State Basketball Selections

    2012 FABC Girls All-State Basketball Selections
    Class 8A Player of the Year Taryn Griffey, Dr. Phillips, Soph. Other 8A Selections: Kyndal Skersick, Boone, Sr. Tyisha Moore, Deland, Jr. Ieshia Small, Miami Dr. Krop, Jr. Sydnei McCaskill, Dr. Phillips, Jr. Kai James, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, Jr....
  • Retiree health costs: More businesses, governments sign up for federal help

     
     Thirty more businesses and local government agencies in Florida have signed up for help paying medical costs of their early retirees — people who aren't yet eligible for Medicare. Created by the Affordable Care Act,  the Early Re...
  • Ed Kershner selected for Indiana hoops Hall of Fame

     
    Oviedo’s Ed Kershner, who is closing in on becoming the winningest boys basketball coach in Florida high school history, will be part of the 50th induction class into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in a March 23 ceremony in Indianapolis. Given...
  • Tennis charity awards grant to Orlando nutrition program

     
    USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the United States Tennis Association, announced today that it has awarded 33 grants totaling $420,650 — and one of the winners was Hebni Nutrition Consultants of Orlando, which will use its $15,...
  • FL’s top STEM students to be honored in Orlando this week

     
    Florida's top STEM students will be honored as Sunshine State Scholars at an Orlando event that begins Thursday. The program recognizes top math and science students whom state educators hope pursue further education and then STEM careers in Florida....
  • Class 3A boys state track: Edgewater, Celebration finish tied for sixth in team standings

     
    Celebration and Edgewater shared the top spot for boys track teams from Central Florida at Friday's Class 3A state track and field championships at Showalter Field in Winter Park. Celebration and Edgewater finished in a sixth-place tie with 22 points....
  • Scott signs 38 bills, including ’sexting’ de-criminalization for minors

     
    By Michael Peltier, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Anticipated changes to affordable housing and private property rights highlighted a list of 38 bills signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Rick Scott. Efforts to remove a cap on a popular...
  • Perry names 17 ‘county leaders’ in Southeast Florida

     
    Texas Gov. Rick Perry may be running fourth in the latest poll of how Republican presidential contenders are doing in Florida, but that's not stopping him from moving aggressively to set up an organization in the Sunshine State. Today, Perry's campaign...
  • 7A girls volleyball championship: Winter Springs falls in four to Martin County

     
    Nationally ranked Stuart Martin County mounted a late charge in the fourth game and defeated Winter Springs 25-23 in the fourth game to claim the 7A girls volleyball championship. The Bears held a 22-20 lead until four consecutive points by Martin...
  • 7A girls volleyball championship: Winter Springs, Martin County tied 1-1

     
    Stuart Martin County rallied in game two of the 7A girls volleyball championship match, besting Winter Springs 25-16. The Bears held an 8-7 lead early in the second game, but Madisen Lydon recorded a kill to start a run of five straight Tigers points....