Monthly Archives: November 2012

St. Lucie County Holiday Listings, updated Nov. 30

St. Lucie County To submit your holiday event, please go to TCPalm.com/submit and choose the “Calendar” form BENEFITS/FUNDRAISERS Big Brothers Big Sisters Holiday Social: Winetasting, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, raffle; live music by Maddie Williams and Friends. 7:30-9 p.m. Dec. 8. … Continue reading

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Woman sues Fort Pierce ice cream scoop manufacturer

Special to Treasure Coast Newspapers FORT PIERCE — An ice cream dipper manufacturer has been sued by a Michigan woman who claims the distinctive scooper injured her. Fort Pierce-based Zeroll Co. was sued by Angela Carlson of Coopersville earlier this … Continue reading

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Fort Pierce woman honored by National Police Athletic League

FORT PIERCE — As a crime analyst for the Fort Pierce Police Department, April Lee describes her work as being like a detective behind the scenes. Lee, 42, routinely spends her days examining crime patterns and statistics in the city … Continue reading

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Fort Pierce man accused of tossing away gun, running into someone’ apartment

FORT PIERCE — A man walking in traffic tossed away a gun and ran when members of a joint law enforcement task force tried to approach him Wednesday night. He fled into an unlocked apartment on North 29th Street where … Continue reading

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Manatee Hurricanes face Ft. Pierce Central in 7A regional final Friday night

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Fort Pierce Police Athletic League volunteer wins national honor

As a crime analyst for the Fort Pierce Police Department, April Lee describes her work as being like a detective behind the scenes. Lee, 42, routinely spends her days examining crime patterns and statistics in the city in an effort … Continue reading

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Boys basketball: 55-point first half powers Martin County in opener

Photo by J. Patrick Rice, Copyright © 2012 J. Patrick Rice J. PATRICK RICE / SPECIAL TO TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Fort Pierce Westwood’s Larry Boykins puts up a shot while being pressured by Martin County’s Ariel Yehuda during a high … Continue reading

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Lingering effects of Okeechobee water release makes for murky fishing

FORT PIERCE, Fla. — Kayak angler Jerry McBride prays for drought. Life was beautiful for him before Hurricane Isaac made a couple of passes through Florida last summer, followed by more torrential downpours that caused Lake Okeechobee to rise more … Continue reading

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Fort Pierce Central gave Manatee all they could handle last year – Sarasota Herald

When the Manatee High football team makes the trek across the state to Fort Pierce, the Hurricanes will be looking at basically the same team they faced in last year’s regional final. Manatee High’s Leon Allen (7) holds on to … Continue reading

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DECA craft & gift bazaar at IRSC in Fort Pierce on Dec. 1

The Indian River State College Chapter of Delta Epsilon Chi, will present the 32nd Annual DECA Holiday Bazaar from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dec. 1 at the IRSC Main Campus, 3209 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce. Craft and gift items … Continue reading

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