The Stuart community is banding together to pray for the safe return of missing teen boaters Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen.
It's called the Treasure Coast for a reason.
Florida treasure hunters recently announced they found $1 million worth of gold artifacts—including a “Royal” coin meant for the king of Spain—in 15-foot waters off the coast of Fort Pierce last month. The items came from the wreckage of a fleet headed from Havana to Spain in 1715.
Rhett Yingling, co-owner of Smallcakes Cupcakery in Port St. Lucie, is opening his second franchise location in Stuart, where his family is originally from.
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.
Too often we forget that in Florida we’re only a few short hours away from island breezes and carefree living. Those places that we see on HGTV are right here in our backyard—as long as we remember to turn off the TV and go outside to enjoy them.
Patricia O’Connell had been in the radio business for 25 years before she decided to start all over. She opened this charming “one-stop shop,” and the rest is history.
For his proposal, Todd Redmond arranged for a group of camp attendees to enter the room holding signs that read “Say Yes!” And she did.