It hadn’t crossed my mind to stay on the “other side” of the island (even though Key West is only 2-by-4 miles) until I heard about 24 North Hotel.
Treasure Coast resident Omar Shareef, 16, has created prototypes for a glove and eyeglasses that will be used to assist the blind.
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Stuart, you can show your support by indulging in a massage or joining a walk to help end the fight against breast cancer.
It’s not October if you don’t properly celebrate at an Oktoberfest event.
One of the Treasure Coast’s favorite festivals is coming back this fall. Big Taste of Martin County, the food and wine festival, will return to the Stuart Jet Center on Oct. 23.
If you’re yearning to make the summer feel a little bit longer, then book a long weekend at one of these resorts, offering Florida resident rates now through Sept. 30.
On Sept. 21, Molly’s House in downtown Stuart will be transformed into a speakeasy. The health care hospitality house will host the inaugural Rum Runners Row Garden Bash with a 1920s flare, all to raise funds for the organization’s caregiver support programs.
The Labor Day weekend brings a variety of special events to the local area, including a fishing tournament and a luau, complete with fire dancing.
There’s nothing quite like perfecting your swing while playing golf in beautiful, sunny Florida.
Get “shipwrecked at the museum” to celebrate The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast's 10th birthday.