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Port St. Lucie (St. Lucie, Florida)

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  • Edwin Cohen, educator and camp director

    Edwin Cohen, educator and camp director
    Edwin Cohen, a retired public school, university and religious school educator and administrator who was also executive director of Camps Airy and Louise in Western Maryland for nearly three decades, died June 21 of complications after surgery at...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals fall in Game 2 as IceCaps even series

    Hockey: The Norfolk Admirals yielded two power-play goals early in the second period and fell 2-1 Wednesday at St. John’s in Newfoundland as the IceCaps squared their AHL Calder Cup Eastern Conference best-of-seven series at one win each. The...
  • Where are the most pleasant cities in Florida?

    Where are the most pleasant cities in Florida?
    "Florida's just being a jerk now." At least that's one social media statement making the Internet rounds accompanied with a temperature map showing one giant frigid, blue country, except of course for the balmy yellow- and orange-colored Sunshine State....
  • Orlando in the top 50 best cities to start a new business

    Orlando in the top 50 best cities to start a new business
    Orlando ranks in the top 50 in a new ranking of the best cities to start a new business, while Jacksonville holds the top spot on the list.  In the recent study from WalletHub.com, Orlando ranks 37th out of the 150 most populated U.S. cities. The...
  • Neighbors say Florida woman fed alligator cereal, called it 'puppy'

    Neighbors say Florida woman fed alligator cereal, called it 'puppy'
    Neighbors say a Florida woman living in a senior community was known for feeding an alligator she named "Puppy Puppy" cereal and other snacks, WPTV is reporting. Video of the feeding was taken about a year ago in Port St. Lucie but just recently started...
  • Early education programs are vital to America's national security [Letter]

    Early education programs are vital to America's national security [Letter]
    James Campbell's recent commentary on pre-K education aptly described the impact of quality preschool programs on academic achievement ("Early learning programs are crucial," Dec. 3). As a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, I believe it is...
  • Protesters challenge Rubio's immigration bill

       Grumbling on the Right has turned into protests over U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s immigration-overhaul bill in his home state of Florida.  Long-standing crusaders who want to restrict immigration plus some tea-party activists plan to protest...
  • More than baseball on the menu for spring training

    More than baseball on the menu for spring training
    There was a time when I would have considered a trip to a baseball park without a visit to the hot-dog stand as something close to sacrilege. That was before the crab-cake sandwiches entered the picture. At Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, spring...
  • Updated boys basketball region semifinal matchups

    Updated boys basketball region semifinal matchups
    The schedule for Tuesday’s Feb. 19 boys basketball region semifinals. Games start at 7 p.m.: Class 8A, Region 1 Hagerty (23-5) at DeLand (22-7) Dr. Phillips (20-8) at Wekiva (15-12) Class 8A, Region 2 Orlando University (16-11) at Port St....
  • Swift Justice: Contract repair in another state and public defenders

    Dear Jackie, I live in Connecticut and have a small condo in Florida. I recently had water damage in my front bedroom and foyer from a leak from the water heater in the second floor unit. The lady in the unit upstairs reported it to the management,...
  • With more Digital Domain fallout, both chambers intent on scaling back incentive dollars

     
    TALLAHASSEE –  A new internal investigation has turned up evidence that former Gov. Charlie Crist and legislative leaders were personally involved in pushing a $20 million economic-development project that went bust. The Port St. Lucie-based Digital...