Tiffany Termine

News Reporter

Ways To Connect

Finding a job can be difficult, especially for someone with a cognitive disability.  A non-profit agency in Martin County called Helping People Succeed, has a program that can help.

It's hurricane season again, and if you have a boat, you need to have a plan for what to do with it when a hurricane approaches.

Find out more:

Boat Hurricane Plan

Fort Pierce City Marina

The St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office teaches R.A.D. Women, a class focused on self-defense for women, twice each year.

Find out more:

R.A.D. Programs

The Treasure Coast has a shortage of foster homes.  Devereux Community Based Care of Okeechobee and the Treasure Coast is recruiting foster parents. 

Find out more:

Devereux Community Based Care of Okeechobee and the Treasure Coast

Treasure Coast Mother's Day 5K

Summer is almost here and more people will be taking their boats out on the water.  If you're one of them, you should consider getting a free vessel safety check by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.

Find out more:

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary

U.S. Coast Guard Boating Regulations

The Environmental Studies Center in Jensen Beach educates Martin County students about the environment through a hands-on approach.  The center will have its Earth Day celebration open house and native plant sale on Saturday, April 12th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Find out more:

Environmental Studies Center

Environmental Studies Council

The Pegasus Foundation is an international, non-profit organization devoted to improving the welfare of animals.  Their efforts are present on the Treasure Coast, as well as, in other parts both in and out of the country.

Find out more about the Pegasus Foundation.

For just a day, St. Lucie County students get free dental care.  It's called the Give Kids a Smile program.

Find out more about how you can get dental care for your family.

HANDS Clinic of St. Lucie County

Healthy Kids of St. Lucie County

St. Lucie County Health Department

Treasure Coast business owners now have the chance to win $25,000 in a local version of the TV show "Shark Tank."  It's called the Research Coast Business Plan Competition.

To R.S.V.P. for the Business Plan Competition and to learn more about the Research Coast Principium Foundation, click here.