Here’s how to view new comet NEOWISE, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, moon, Perseids meteor shower
The new comet was discovered by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or NEOWISE, on March 27. It’s nicknamed comet NEOWISE.
Martin County prepares to distribute up to $28 million in CARES Act funds
Around 55% of the CARES Act money is likely to go to local governments and constitutional offices. About 20% is to go to small businesses.
Truck driver headed to Roosevelt Bridge in Stuart accused of having over 200 gallons of stolen diesel fuel
Police said they stopped the truck because they were unsure if it weighed over 5 tons — the new limit for the Roosevelt Bridge.
$8.6 million plan to help Hobe Heights; Martin County may buy 13 homes at risk of flooding
Martin County may buy 13 homes in Hobe Heights that are at particular risk of flooding, as part of an $8.6 million plan.
Killer of Port St. Lucie man found dead in January at Port Mayaca Park sentenced to life in prison
Billy Baker pleaded no contest to the murder of Sean Budge, 25, who was found dead by a Palm Beach Atlantic University professor and his students.
Frank Brogan bows out as finalist for president of Indian River State College; was to interview Tuesday
Virtual forums for the two remaining finalists are to be held as scheduled Wednesday and Thursday.
COVID-19 in Florida: Martin County sued over face mask mandate passed July 7
Mask mandate lawsuit: ‘The public has a strong interest in protecting their rights and their ability to control their own bodies and health.’
Red snapper mini-season 2020: How did first three days fare for anglers?
Angler reports were mixed on the first three days of the 4-day red snapper fishing season. Many hope for better current on season’s final day Friday.
Cleveland Clinic Martin Health president says wear a mask to stop the spread of COVID-19
St. Lucie County mandate for the public to wear a mask to stop the spread of COVID-19 has support from medical community.
Millions of dollars help Treasure Coast companies via Paycheck Protection Program
Construction firms, manufacturers and counseling services were among those on the Treasure Coast who benefited from the Paycheck Protection Program.