Articles Posted by Amy Woods
Articles Posted by Amy Woods
Lee Tilton of Tilton & Tilton Law in downtown Jensen Beach has roots that run deeper than the pineapple plants that once flourished in the city. The great-grandson of an original Martin County commissioner, Tilton’s partner is his 94-year-old grandfather.
Whether in the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C., or in the classroom of an elementary school in Stuart, Mark Perry champions the cause of the Florida Oceanographic Society.
John Mellaci’s family of companies has been feeding fresh seafood to South Florida’s faithful for 38 years. It recently expanded its reach through an online store that ships within the continental United States.
Teresa Lamar-Sarno chose to become a certified planner instead of a city politician and ended up as the first village manager for the newly incorporated Indiantown.
A paint brush, a pulpit and The Power of Art, a therapy-centered curriculum, have turned Lynne Barletta into the voice for survivors of the sex-trafficking trade.
John Romano’s retirement at the end of the year will wrap up a noteworthy term as the head of New Horizons of the Treasure Coast.
Bryan Wright, former college running back, reunites with coach Mike Barwis, current owner of a local training facility.
Bar Salon and Spa’s cutting and coloring, professional lash extensions and full menu of esthetician services make it a purveyor of all things pretty.
Local lawyer Dennis Corrick came to Dean Mead’s agribusiness office in Fort Pierce by way of a video production company and a wine shop, with a professional camera in tow.
Five local country clubs built 30-something years ago have reinvented themselves in the eyes of those who live there.
The 50th Anniversary Kick-off Cocktail Social on Feb. 9 will start the celebration at The Yacht & Country Club. And on April 13, the 50th Anniversary Gala will go down in history.
Patty Downing Interiors transforms the dining room, outdoor patio and kitchen of a Willoughby residency into a festive home.
From the church elders of the ’60s to the teaching parents of today, the Samaritan Center for Young Boys & Families guides the next generation of young men.
Kai-Kai Farm in Indiantown not only grows vegetables but it also gives tours, hosts weddings and serves harvested meals. Now it debuts an agritourism venture called Kai’s Music Garden, bringing professionally staged shows headlined by national recording artists for the public to enjoy.
The most wonderful time of the year has arrived, bringing a sleigh full of events and experiences, magic and music, and plenty of cheer to Florida’s east coast. Take advantage of our holiday festivals preview so that your days will be merry and bright.
Not everyone has the luxury of time to shop for and prepare a week’s worth of family dinners. Fresh delivery services to the rescue! With a few online clicks, orders can be placed for ingredients, recipes and perfectly sized portions to feed everyone in the household.
The trend toward healthier lifestyles and diets emphasizing non-packaged, nutritious food has led to a big boom in businesses preparing fresh-to-go meals in their own kitchens. Customers can walk into one of the many gourmet markets that dot Palm Beach, Martin and Saint Lucie counties, and walk out with a table-ready dinner for four.
With the clean-eating movement in full swing, you can dine out at these local restaurants without the guilt.
Green markets from West Palm Beach to Fort Pierce are sprouting as fast as the produce each of them sells. Thanks to local farmers, sustainably grown crops are feeding the need for crisp, flavorful fruits and vegetables. Shoppers can purchase artisanal breads, cheeses and dips, organic honey, specialty foods and a variety of handmade goods.
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