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.
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The Palm City teen became a household name when she recently had her artwork displayed as Google’s home page doodle.
Steven Vitale is committed to preserving and spotlighting the community and its historic integrity as the owner of the Old Colorado Inn.
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.
Environmentalist Mark Perry Discusses The Florida Oceanographic Society, The Importance Of Clean Waterways, And...
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.
Nerissa Okiye is our county’s best advocate, sustaining local tourism and winning national recognition.
S. Darrell Lee not only transforms the community medically, but he’s also known for his charitable giving.
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Photography by Lindsey Potter Michael Tougias never imagined he would become a published writer—let alone a New York Times bestselling author. Born in Massachusetts, Tougias spent the majority...
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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.
Jenna Derrenbacker's accidental art business features resin-made wall and table decor, featuring ocean waves, sunsets, and galaxies
Jeanne Pidot chaired the 59th International Red Cross Ball, honoring the history of nursing and those who volunteer their time to give back.
The late Barbara Briggs Trimble dedicated her life to philanthropy and helping those in need.
Kelly Siliato provides fresh flora, arrangements, and more at her family-owned (and operated) shop.
Southern Charm Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2014-02-18 13:27 “Number, please?” Thousands of times over her 35 years as a telephone operator for Southern Bell in downtown Stuart, Dorothy Anderson’s sweet Southern drawl helped connect calls for residents, even before there was a dial on the phone and before you even had to know the number you were calling. “There were less than 300 telephones in Stuart, and pretty soon I had all the numbers memorized,” says Anderson, who is a healthy 96 years old and living with her daughter, Debra Sigafoose, in Tropical Farms. “Stuart was a quaint little town, even smaller than Port Salerno.”Read more about Southern Charm