Citrus greening is threatening to turn Florida’s $10 billion citrus industry to pulp. Can scientists and growers come up with a plan to restore sweet hopes to a sour market?
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.
Who doesn’t love a good makeover? These local designers took tragic befores and made them astounding afters to satisfy Treasure Coast homeowners.
Interior designer Mary Washer strikes a balance between function and aesthetic appeal through her latest challenge.
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.
Crewing on luxury yachts is big business in South Florida.
Actor, clothing designer, author. At 18 years old, Fort Lauderdale native Bailee Madison, who stars in “The Strangers: Prey at Night,” playing in theaters this month, is a force to be reckoned with.
Undeniable signs across Stuart, Fort Pierce and Tradition trumpet the economy’s return.
Manufacturing continues to expand locally, bringing new opportunities and economic stability.
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