Those Treasure Hunters Just Found $4.5 Million In Gold Coins From 1715 Fleet Wreckage Off Florida's Coast
More good news for a group of Florida treasure hunters.
Shipwreck salvage operation 1715 Fleet Queens Jewels this week announced the discovery of $4.5 million worth of gold coins found off the coast of Vero Beach.
It seems like everyone’s talking about Stuart lately—not that we blame them.
After sitting behind a desk working for years on end, there is one thing to look forward to: retirement.
Luckily, one of the best places in which to settle down is not too far away.
Financial website WalletHub listed Port St. Lucie as No. 8 on its list of the 150 best and worst cities to retire. Three other Florida cities also made the top 10, with Tampa nabbing the No. 1 spot, Cape Coral coming in at No. 4 and Orlando at No. 5.
Taylor Mathews is Miss South Florida 2015—but she’s also a part-time treasure hunter, a huge Harry Potter fan and a full-time student at Nova Southeastern University.
Port St. Lucie’s 33rd annual Kids’ Fishing Tournament will take place at McCarty Ranch Preserve on Aug. 15.
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the end to our 2014-2015 season than to acknowledge what keeps Stuart going—thriving businesses and those at their forefronts.