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.
The holiday season is a time to give and receive, and local sheriff’s offices in Indian River and St. Lucie County are doing just that—giving to those who need it most.
From unique pieces made by an artist’s hand, to casual wear and accessories made with our coastal culture in mind, you don’t have to look far to find that perfect holiday gift.
Anyone counting their blessings about the quality of community in Stuart would have reached as high as 2,900 recently. That’s how many Thanksgiving meals volunteers provided for free to local families in need.
Hutchinson Shores is Jensen Beach’s new resort—and the first to open in the area in almost two decades. Being there makes it impossible not to feel relaxed, and is the ideal staycation for any Treasure Coast local who needs to feel rejuvenated without traveling far.
At the upcoming Mornings on Main Street, a bi-monthly networking breakfast presented by Stuart Main Street, the focus will be on celebrating the holidays in downtown Stuart.
The annual Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society blues concert is back. The free, waterfront performance at Melody Lane will be held on Nov. 19 in downtown Fort Pierce from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Veterans Day is a day to pay tribute to the heroism of our military and the sacrifices service members have made for the United States. This weekend fly your flags, wear your most patriotic red, white and blue attire and check out these parades, celebrations and events throughout South Florida.
A Disaster Recovery Center has opened at the Martin County Fairgrounds to help Florida storm survivors.
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