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Port St. Lucie (St. Lucie, Florida)

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  • FAU Football Roster

    FAU Football Roster
    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || Name || Class || Ht. ||   || || 1 || Lucky Whitehead || JR || 5-10 || 163 || WR || Manassas, VA (Dean College) || || 2 || DeAndre Richardson || RS SR || 6-2 || 180 || WR || Panama City, FL (Bay) || || 2 || Brandin Bryant...
  • 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...
  • Romney visit to Apopka Saturday confirmed, detailed

     
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will hold a rally Saturday evening in Apopka, at the Fields of Fame at Northwest Recreation Complex. The Romney for President campaign is announcing this morning that he will be appearing at the Fields of Fame...
  • Photos: Romney rally rocks in Apopka

     
    An energized Mitt Romney brought his post-Denver-debate star power to the Apopka Amphitheater, rallying a massive crowd that gathered despite threatening skies at the city's Northwest Recreation Complex, Saturday night. Romney was joined by wife Ann and...
  • Unemployment drops in many Florida metro areas

     
    The News Service of Florida Nearly half of the metro areas in the United States that saw their unemployment rate drop by more than 2 percentage points over the last year are in Florida, according to a U.S. Department of Labor report out Wednesday....
  • FACA All-State Baseball Teams feature several Broward, Palm players

    American Heritage and Coral Springs Charter each had three baseball players named state all-stars by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association while Jupiter, Douglas and Archbishop McCarthy each had two.   The teams were selected by representatives...
  • 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....
  • News of the Weird: Gaza Cosmetics Company Offering Anti-Israel Perfume

    News of the Weird: Gaza Cosmetics Company Offering Anti-Israel Perfume
    Updating “The Smell of Napalm in the Morning”: A cosmetics company in Gaza recently began selling a fragrance dedicated to victory over Israel and named after the signature M-75 missile that Hamas has been firing across the border. “...
  • Woman shot with flare gun, apartment catches fire

    Woman shot with flare gun, apartment catches fire
    Neighbors said the couple had been feuding in their Dania Beach apartment when Stephen Thunberg allegedly grabbed a flare gun and shot a woman who had lived in the apartment for only two months, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.  "I looked out...