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Sep 19, 2017

After Irma

Sep 18, 2017

Florida's public radio stations, including WQCS take a look back at massive Hurricane Irma and how the state is dealing with what the winds and rain left behind.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about local news coverage of Hurricane Irma.  I record commentaries for WQCS and write guest columns for Treasure Coast Newspapers, but I can still be objective.  And, objectively speaking, I say both outfits did an outstanding job.  The website for Treasure Coast Newspapers, which are part of the USA Today Network, and the one for WQCS, which is part of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network, provided the latest news and public-safety information. removed its paywall so that non-subscribers could access its stories.  Links

The Treasure Coast Food Bank Helps Post Irma

Sep 16, 2017

Treasure Coast Food Bank is delivering water, ice, food and other essentials to people across its four-county service area where some of Hurricane Irma's earliest feeder bands caused flooding and displaced residents.  Find out more by clicking HERE.  You can also find the Treasure Coast Food Bank on Facebook.

Meals Being Served On The Treasure Coast Post Irma

Sep 14, 2017

Some organizations are offering free meals, here is the information.


Sep 14, 2017


Sep 13, 2017

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about disaster relief for Texas.  Hurricane Irma was gathering strength over the Atlantic when told us about four men who went from Indian River County to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.  Brian Baker and Jay Needham, employees of the county’s Salvation Army, set up mobile units for medical professionals at the downtown Houston convention center.  Earlier, Baker coordinated the placement of mobile kitchens and canteens.  Volunteers Art Cimiunitsni and Mark Milia of the county’s American Red Cross drove an emergency truck to the

Find out more about Hurricane Irma preparations by clicking below:

Indian River County

St. Lucie County

Martin County

Palm Beach County

Okeechobee County

Get Ready For Irma

Sep 7, 2017

Indian River County Emergency Management Coordinator Etta LoPresti tells us to get prepared for Irma.