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Developer wants to bring Fortune 500 companies to 1,700-acre Palm City industrial park

Developer Rick Morton hopes to break ground in 2023 and complete the park in the next 15-20 years. → Read More

Florida's first reversible 9-hole golf course opens, part of $8 million facelift

The 60-acre course alternates weekly between clockwise and counterclockwise directions. → Read More

Two years in an RV? Stuart firefighters take up new digs as $2 million fire station is built

The city plans to build a third fire station within two years on the entry road of the Reserve Windemere neighborhood off of U.S.1. → Read More

Wednesday hearing could help decide if Sewall's Point police get vote on union representation

The Sewall's Point Police Department is making efforts to unionize. On Wednesday, the department and the town disputed who could be represented. → Read More

Martin County eyes Innovation District to bounce back from COVID-19 economic losses

The district could be bordered by Witham Field on the north and Southeast Salerno Road on the south. → Read More

Hobe Sound beach cafe to open in October on Southeast Bridge Road; brewery proposed next door

The former Flash Beach Grille will reopen as the Taylor Beach House Cafe next month. Next door, a microbrewery is being planned. → Read More

$40 million donation will help Indian River State College build charter school near Indiantown

The school would include grades nine to 12 with an eventual goal of 400 for total enrollment. → Read More

McDonald wins reelection to Stuart City Commission, defeating Caryn Hall with 67% of vote

Turnout was low, at just 11.2% of Stuart's 11,968 registered voters. → Read More

Tuesday is Election Day in Stuart for City Commission Group 4. Here's what you need to know

Incumbent Troy McDonald and resident Caryn Hall face off for the second time Tuesday. A hundred people voted early in-person last week. → Read More

Indian River County declares COVID-19 state of emergency amid rise in cases

The state of emergency allows the county to provide staffing flexibility and request COVID-related supplies. → Read More

Brightline construction to cause detours in Port Salerno, Hobe Sound in upcoming weeks

Brightline construction in inching forward as the higher-speed passenger railroad builds its 168-mile extension from West Palm Beach to Orlando International Airport. → Read More

Lanes closed on I-95 after car crash, drivers encouraged to detour through Fellsmere

The two-vehicle crash happened just before 5 p.m. Sunday → Read More

McDonald, Hall to face off Aug. 17 in rematch of Stuart City Commission election for Group 4 seat

Water quality, race relations and local development are issues surfacing in the campaign. Incumbent Becky Bruner is unopposed for reelection in Group 2. → Read More

Do Sewall's Point police have job security? The question is at the heart of unionizing effort

The Palm Beach Police Benevolent Association is representing police offers as they prepare for an Aug. 4 Public Employees Relations Commission hearing. → Read More

Shepard Park boat ramp to reopen in August with $600,000 parking, landscape improvements

Some of the upgrades will help filter stormwater before it flows into Frazier Creek and the St. Lucie River. → Read More

Indiantown Community Garden blooms with help from residents, Latter-day Saints

The 47-plot garden allows Indiantown residents to plant fruits and vegetables for $1 a plot. → Read More

Watch Live: FPL implodes Indiantown Cogeneration Plant with 170 pounds of explosives

Florida Power & Light Co. will announce its plans for the power-plant property before the 9 a.m. implosion. → Read More

Tractor Supply Co. development gets approval from Indiantown Village Council

The store is expected to break ground in August and be completed in February. → Read More

FPL coal plant in Indiantown to be imploded, mark the end of company's coal use in Florida

Florida Power & Light Co. closed the coal plant Dec. 31. Now, it's imploding it with 560 pounds of explosives. → Read More

New luxury community on Bridge Road in Hobe Sound would be worth over $1.5 billion

The development would be next to Michael Jordan's Grove XXIII golf club on Southeast Bridge Road in Hobe Sound. → Read More