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"Ride TCC to Vote!" St. Lucie County Offers Free Bus Rides on Election Days

  ST. LUCIE COUNTY – There is no excuse not to vote. To make it even easier, St. Lucie County’s Transit Division and the Treasure Coast Connector are offering complimentary rides on Primary and General Election Days On Tuesday, Aug. 30 and Tuesday, Nov. 8, all rides on public

Family loses teen to suicide-after experiencing constant bullying.

Throughout our region, bright eyed children are seen backpack adorned- walking, biking or clambering onto shiny yellow school busses…making their way to class during the launch of the new school year. This juxtaposes the sad reality that many will experience bullying or will be the perpetrators

Crazy 8 Math Club Returns to Lakewood Park, Port St. Lucie Libraries & Other After School Activities

    ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Two St. Lucie County Libraries are once again “getting crazy” with math. The Crazy 8s Club returns to the Lakewood Park and Port St. Lucie Branch Libraries this fall. Limited to the first 20 students who arrive, the Crazy 8s Club is offered at the Lakewood Park

Join the Florida Association for Infant Mental Health in August at Boys Town

Join the Florida Association for Infant Mental Health in August at Boys Town   Join the Florida Association for Infant Mental Health (FAIMH) for their August Chapter meeting on Friday, Aug. 12, 8:30 – 9:30 a.m., at Boys Town South Florida, 3111 S Dixie Hwy, Suite

Suits for Seniors- Job Preparedness Program

Getting kids ready to put their best foot forward!    

Susan Buza, 211 HelpLine's Longtime Leader, Retiring In August

July 2016, Lantana, FL– After an 18-year tenure, Susan Buza announced that she will be retiring as the President/CEO of 211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast this August. Stepping into what she thought would be a temporary role back in 1998, quickly became a long-term career venture for her. Susan has

211's Letter to the Editor of the Palm Beach Post: County plans to use new sales tax money for housing for the poor

The Board of County Commissioners is to be commended for recognizing the need to address homelessness and provide housing for low and very low-income residents of Palm Beach County!  As reported in a recent Palm Beach Post article if the voters approve an increase in the sales tax this fall there

Project Homeless Connect/Homeless Stand Down. If you or someone you know is homeless or at risk, this event is for you.

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