Articles Posted by Ike Crumpler

by Ike Crumpler Mar 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Developer Gus Gutierrez happened upon Fort Pierce and the Galleria of Pierce Harbor in the face of tragedy, and beef lovers savor the benefit of his discovery.

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by Ike Crumpler Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Guy Coheleach’s artistic talent for painting wildlife inspired two PBS films, garnered him exhibits in the White House, Carnegie Museum and China, and earned him the vaulted Master Artist Medal—then awarded to only nine artists—living or dead.

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by Ike Crumpler Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Built on persistence and positivity, a popular meal-prep company is bringing the healthy lifestyle right to your doorstep.

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by Ike Crumpler Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

After turning a pressure-washing business into a multimillion-dollar manufacturing company, James Crocker shares the secrets of his success.

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by Ike Crumpler Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

As mayor, James Campo led the successful effort to transition sections of Sewall’s Point from septic to sewer.

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by Ike Crumpler Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

After 28 years, Michelle Abaldo retires from a varied career in marketing and media relations at Indian River State College.

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by Ike Crumpler Oct 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Warmth of Stuart Air Show “family” turns aviation agnostic into convert, and now captain of the event

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by Ike Crumpler May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

George Hart took a pizza shop in South Florida and turned it into a restaurant brand with six locations and the intent to add 25 more.

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by Ike Crumpler Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Artistic, prolific and environmentally conscientious, Tom Lucido’s legacy in landscape architecture adorns and defines much of the Treasure Coast.

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by Ike Crumpler Mar 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Chuck Gerardi, director of sales and marketing for Southeastern Printing, is as capable of being on a team as he is leading the pack.

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by Ike Crumpler Mar 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Mindful of their environmental impact and eager to inspire a trend, a Palm City couple relies on local talent to claim the gold for constructing Martin County's first green home.

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by Ike Crumpler Jan 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Key corrections to his spine and swing—and strong family ties—put Ken Duke, a Sewall's Point resident, on a path to golf greatness.

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by Ike Crumpler Dec 19, 2018 10:52 AM

Azul Apartments in downtown Stuart anticipates completion in June 2019.

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by Ike Crumpler Nov 2018 Also on Digital Edition

After years of cautious recovery, housing is sprouting by the hundreds on the Treasure Coast.

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by Ike Crumpler May 15, 2018 04:43 PM

Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart recently surprised Patrick Farley in his classroom with a check for $15,000 and the news that he is one of five Teacher of the Year finalists.

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by Ike Crumpler Mar 20, 2018 11:19 AM

Acclaimed artist and Stuart resident Geoffrey Smith is revealing another facet of his artistic talent—painting. And he honed his newfound skill with the help of Guy Coheleach, another renowned wildlife artist who calls Stuart home.

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by Ike Crumpler Mar 2018 Also on Digital Edition

From ‘up in the air’ to ‘crash and burn,’ the status of the U.S. Customs Facility at Witham Field is finally ‘all clear,’ thanks to the dogged determination of the public.

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by Ike Crumpler Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Undeniable signs across Stuart, Fort Pierce and Tradition trumpet the economy’s return.

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by Ike Crumpler Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

After decades of economic forecasting, Knight Kiplinger projects bold ideas for housing, shopping and community life with his proposed Pineland Prairie.

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by Ike Crumpler Dec 13, 2017 05:02 PM

After 91 years in operation, the REALTOR® Association of Martin County—one of the oldest professional associations in the county—is adopting a new name and dropping “association” altogether.

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