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Indian River lowers impact fee plan
County commissioners agreed to reduce the proposed 240 to 260 percent increases to traffic-impact fees and vote next week.
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St. Lucie West office is expanding its work force
A Denver-based company is expanding its St. Lucie West office to almost 250 employees as county officials continue pushing for more white- collar jobs in the area.
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Stores let customers check selves out
Up-to-date technology is replacing cashiers at Treasure Coast retailers, including Home Depot, BJ's and Wal-Mart.
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Vought labor union vote on May 19
Stuart workers facing layoffs hope to compete with union workers for Vought jobs in Dallas.
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St. Lucie will get 93 new teachers
A newly named assistant superintendent of human resources will work to fill the positions funded by millions in state class-size reduction money.
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Judge lets verdicts stand for court clerk
Former St. Lucie County Clerk of Court employee Karen Tomlinson will still have two felony convictions on her record, Circuit Judge Burton Conner ruled Tuesday.
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Mizner mansion owners to pay Martin
Almost three years since the Mizner mansion once bound for Sewall's Point crumbled to the ground, Martin County anglers will benefit from the ill-fated project.
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Letter carriers collect tons of food for charity
Letter carriers didn't just transport the mail on Saturday.
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Indian Hills' closure sparks rebirth
A ceremony marked the beginning of a $2.6 million renovation that will completely change the look and feel of the 66-year-old Fort Pierce golf course.
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Report to give Martin County's Head Start program passing grade
The head of Martin County's Head Start program that serves more than 250 needy and at-risk children has been told the program can expect a passing grade after a week-long review by federal inspectors.
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Residents seek new plan along Salerno Road
When Luther Brown purchased his home along Salerno Road, there were only a few homes and the branch campus for Indian River Community College in the area.
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Crime reported down in Martin; up in St. Lucie
Reports of serious crimes decreased last year in Martin County while rising slightly in St. Lucie County as the Treasure Coast population grew, according to Florida Department of Law Enforcement statistics released Tuesday.
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Sludge-disposal cost to rise
Hauling Vero Beach's waste-water sludge to a proposed facility in St. Lucie County will cost about $106,000 more each year, officials said Tuesday.
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Martin rejects Indiantown site for builders' landfill
The Martin County Commission on Tuesday rejected a proposed landfill for construction and demolition debris because of environmental and economic concerns.
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Tom Whaley: MESSENGER spacecraft to orbit Mercury
Mercury was the messenger of the Roman Gods. So, it is fitting that the first orbital mission to that planet be called MESSENGER. The Applied Physics Laboratory of Johns Hopkins University will undertake the mission under agreement with NASA and will use NASA's Deep Space Network of antenna stations to communicate with and track the spacecraft.
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