Profiles

by Amy Woods Oct 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Bryan Wright, former college running back, reunites with coach Mike Barwis, current owner of a local training facility.

Read More »

by Wendy Dwyer Oct 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Patrick Stracuzzi is a household name on the Treasure Coast, but not only for his work in real estate. He’s also a major player in local philanthropy.

Read More »

by Wendy Dwyer May 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Steven Vitale is committed to preserving and spotlighting the community and its historic integrity as the owner of the Old Colorado Inn.

Read More »

by Amy Woods May 2018 Also on Digital Edition

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.

Read More »

by Wendy Dwyer Apr 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Nerissa Okiye is our county’s best advocate, sustaining local tourism and winning national recognition.

Read More »

by Amy Woods Apr 2018 Also on Digital Edition

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.

Read More »

by Wendy Dwyer Mar 2018

As a little girl, Lisa Renée Ludlum fluttered around the yard, tiny pocket camera in hand, shooting black and white film pictures of bugs, plants, butterflies and her mom’s roses.

Read More »

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.

Read More »

by Wendy Dwyer Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Father-son duo Michael Sohl and Christopher Sohl talk about their family history of great golfers, and how they made the journey “from the fairways to the airways.”

Read More »

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.

Read More »