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Thomas Turyniwicz recognized for 25 years of volunteering with SCORE

The Treasure Coast Chapter of SCORE recently recognized Thomas Turyniwicz, a long-time SCORE volunteer, with a 25-year service award for appreciation and recognition of his dedication and voluntary service to SCORE and the small business community. Turyniwicz, of Stuart, signed on initially as a sno

TCPALM - 2018-01-16 03:13:00

Turnpike motorcycle crash leaves one seriously injured

Here are tips on what to do if you are involved in a traffic crash, according to Master Sgt. Frank Sabol, Port St. Lucie police spokesman. Wochit ST. LUCIE COUNTY - After a motorcyclist collided with a vehicle on the Florida Turnpike near Fort Pierce, one man is in serious condition, according to a


The Shark, The Show, The Sailfish and The Sorrow: A week in the life of an outdoors writer

It's been an unforgettable week to be an outdoors writer on the Treasure Coast. I literally felt like my bait bucket overflowed with story topics, and it was everything I could do just to try stay on top of developing news in order to keep all of our readers informed. Many of you may feel as if I pu


Dog found in Indiantown now in search of home

Deputies in Martin County nabbed four-legged prowler over the weekend that is now looking for a good home. According to post on the sheriff's office Facebook page, deputies found a small dog Sunday morning around the Indiantown Generation Plant on Farms Road. The post says the pooch was clearly lost

WFLX.COM - 2018-01-15 14:40:34

Deputies rescue lost dog in Martin County

Deputies from the Martin County Sheriff's Office rescued a lost dog on Sunday morning. According to MCSO, during a routine check deputies found the dog near Indiantown Generation Plant on Farms Rd. Deputy Chuckie Pattison, took the dog "into custody", got him warmed up, and attempted to locate the

CBS12.COM - 2018-01-14 11:46:58

County denies zoning change at busy intersection

OKEECHOBEE - In a split decision, the Okeechobee County Commission Thursday rejected a request for a zoning change that would have allowed a commercial ice machine on the southwest corner of the intersection of Southeast 32nd Street and Southeast 18th Terrace. The applicant requested a change from P

OKEECHOBEENEWS.NET - 2018-01-14 10:30:27

Law and Order: Snowmobile driver accused of DWI

Raymond EJ Smith, Jr., 43, of Lockport Road, Oakfield, is charged with operating a snowmobile while impaired by alcohol, operating a snowmobile on a street or highway, operating a snowmobile without liability insurance, operating an unregistered snowmobile, and refusal to take a breath test. Smith a

THE BATAVIAN - 2018-01-15 15:47:44

Woman, 25, with baby arrested on charges of smuggling drugs

A woman with a baby was arrested for allegedly smuggling marijuana and other controlled substances into Attica Correctional Facility while attempting to visit an inmate, according to State Police. Danielle A. Greene, 25, of Rochester, was accompanied on the visit Thursday by her 9-month-old daughter

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-16 04:38:27

Golisano to unveil tax plan

VICTOR - Tom Golisano plans to unveil a plan Tuesday he says will help homeowners "fight for equitable property taxes." The announcement comes on the heels of Golisan withholding school taxfor his lake home in South Bristol over a geese problem. In a news conference set for 10 a.m. at his Golisano F

MPNNOW - 2018-01-16 03:31:41

Kolb: Promotional spending adding up for taxpayers

Anyone who has turned on a television set in recent years has likely seen state-driven advertising, highlighting various outdoor recreational opportunities, attractions and business incentives. And taxpayers paid a hefty price for them. Between 2011 and 2017, New York spent $354 million toward touri

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2018-01-16 05:15:00

Letter: Don't leave out pro-life feminists

On Jan. 20, women will gather at the Women's Rights National Historical Park to celebrate the strides women have achieved as well as highlight areas still crying for redress; issues including the lack of equal pay as well as racism and workplace sexual harassment. The rally organized by per-Sisters

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2018-01-16 05:00:00

Sloop Brewing, one of Upstate NY's hottest beer makers, is expanding

EAST FISHKILL, NY -- Sloop Brewing Co., which has built a solid reputation beyond its Hudson Valley home, is expanding into a larger facility in southern Dutchess County. Sloop, maker of such beers as Juice Bomb and Sauer Peach, will take space in an industrial park in East Fishkill that was once ho

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-15 21:22:45

NY state must support NY's libraries, 'a beacon for all' (Your letters)

To the Editor: A news article from the BBC reported on the underground library below the streets of Damascus, Syria. The article shed light on hope and survival for the Syrian people throughout the ongoing war. One of the Syrian citizens said, "In a sense the library gave me back my life." Here in C

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-15 16:15:48

Joan Elizabeth Seamans announces Congressional run

Subscribed, but don't have a login? A Williamsville business owner says she will seek the Democratic Party nomination to challenge Chris Collins in the 27th congressional district. Joan Elizabeth Seamans says she wants to serve the people of Western New York who feel their voices aren't being heard

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE - 2018-01-15 15:46:29

The Latest: Biden says on MLK day American values challenged

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The Latest on Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations around the country (all times local): 4:15 p.m. Former Vice President Joe Biden says American values are being challenged in present times but that the leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. provides an example of how to re

CADILLAC NEWS - 2018-01-15 22:13:41

Allor to host office hours

CHEBOYGAN COUNTY - State Representative Sue Allor has announced she will hold her first local office hours for 2018 in Alcona, Alpena, Cheboygan, Iosco and Presque Isle Counties. "My goal again this year is to remain accessible," said Allor. "I was successful in 2017 by listening to the ideas of the

CHEBOYGAN TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 05:01:00

Contaminated water meeting at CRTC Thursday

ALPENA - A special town hall meeting regarding the contaminated groundwater at Alpena Combat Readiness Center is going to take place Thursday and it is expected residents will receive an update on groundwater testing taken from wells within a one-mile radius of the base. A plan of action moving for

ALPENA NEWS - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

United Way is offering applications for 2019

Agencies/organizations must be non-profit and have a 501(c)(3) status from the IRS; Agencies/organizations must provide human service programs/projects; Agencies/organizations service area(s) must be Alpena, and/or Alcona, and/or Montmorency counties; Agencies/organizations must be incorporated

ALPENA NEWS - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Walleye and perch fishing tournament to begin Jan. 27

Thunder Bay Walleye Club and Side Door Bait & Tackle are sponsoring the Walleye and Perch Fishing Tournament at Hubbard Lake on Jan. 27 from dark to dark. Registration is at Side Door Bait & Tackle beginning at 6 a.m. (bait will be available); registration will not be taken after 11 a.m. Pre-registr

ALPENA NEWS - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Economic development takes time to show visible growth

News Photo by Steve Schulwitz Bill Mendenhall of Omega Eletric works on the interior of Biggby Coffee shop. According to Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Director Jim Klarich there are a lot development projects being worked on behind the scenes, which could come to fruition in t