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Martin County

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  • 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....
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Coral reefs, gambling sites and Medicaid waivers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. More and more people are slipping out of the capital city as the holidays near, but there is still plenty of news in the politics and government realm. So with that, here are the top five stories you...
  • Scott names new heads of Office of Open Government and three other posts

     
    Gov. Rick Scott is ending 2011 by naming four new employees to his office. The one of most immediate consequence to the public is Bonnie Hazleeton, who will take over as director of the Office of Open Government next week. She replaces Carolyn Timmann,...
  • Prison privatization, take 2

     
    From the News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — After being rebuffed by a judge for its effort to privatize several prisons because of the way lawmakers went about it, the Legislature will try again to shed several prisons, this time doing it in...
  • Where’s Casey Anthony? It’s no use asking Jose Baez

     
    Mason told Casarez: "No one with any authority is attempting to promote Casey Anthony ... They are unsolicited and doing it on their own." Mason added that any Anthony negotiations will start after her appeal has ended and her probation has concluded....
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: Lotto machines, prisons and Allen West

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to the Tuesday edition of the morning reads. We'll get right to it. * The Sun-Sentinel sets the stage for a do-or-die vote on prison privatization Tuesday afternoon. An attempt to gut the bill failed 19-21...
  • Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at age 66

     
    TMZ is reporting that Jones, who churned out breezy pop hits such as “Last Train to Clarksville” and “I'm a  Believer” with the TV-generated rock band the Monkees in the 1960s  has died of a heart attack in Martin County, Florida. ...
  • Davy Jones: Four zany moments, from 'Brady Bunch' to 'SpongeBob'

     
    Davy Jones, star of the 1960s TV series "The Monkees," died Tuesday at the age of 66. TMZ is reporting that his death was caused by a heart attack and that he passed away at Martin Memorial Hospital in Florida. Some videos to remember him by....
  • Davy Jones, actor and member of the Monkees, has died

     
    Davy Jones of the Monkees has died in Florida at the age of 66....
  • Six South Florida LEOs graduate FBI Academy

     
    South Florida FBI Special Agent in Charge John Gillies. Sun Sentinel file photo: Joe Cavaretta ?? John V. Gillies, special agent in charge of the FBI in Miami, announced the graduation of six South Florida law enforcement officers March 16 from the FBI...