In debate over growth, sometimes facts take a back seat to emotion | Gil Smart
In the never-ending fight over Martin County’s growth, hysteria and hyperbole sometimes overtake facts – but given the stakes, that’s inevitable.
Guardians, Martin County looking for ways to reduce wildlife carnage on Bridge Road
The Guardians of Martin County have documented 227 animals killed along the 6-mile stretch of Bridge Road between Jan. 6 and Aug. 31.
Martin County preparing plans to deal with rising sea level, commonly flooded areas
The county staff created the first draft of a plan to combat rising sea levels in Martin County.
Port St. Lucie man accused of DUI manslaughter, leaving scene of accident involving death
Paul Ryan died in November when the motorcycle he was riding was hit by an SUV
Sewall’s Point Town Commission: Familiar faces challenge incumbents for three open seats
Incumbents Kaija Mayfield, Frank Fender and Vinny Barile face John Tompeck and Johnny “Cowboy” Colson.
High waves, king tides from storms create minimal erosion to Treasure Coast beaches
One exception was Fort Pierce Beach, which lost about 27 feet of berm width over four days, which will not be restored
Man flown to hospital after Stuart woman accused of stabbing him in head with knife
The woman was taken to the Martin County Jail
Martin County Fire Rescue conducts live fire training in Palm City
Martin County Fire Rescue conducts live fire training Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, in Palm City.
Two Delray Beach men accused of trafficking fentanyl in Martin County
As of Sunday, both men remain in the Martin County Jail.
COVID data discrepancies beg the question: What information can the public trust?
“Errors will happen” because there “is a massive amount of information that needs to be compiled, reported and made available on a daily basis.”