It is probably no surprise to you that the most dangerous intersections in Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties are all on U.S. 1. U.S. 1 is the oldest highway serving the country’s East Coast, stretching 25-hundred miles from the Canadian border to Key West. I bet it’s is also the busiest, with traffic signals every 20 feet -- or so it seems. Let’s take a drive south on U.S. 1. We’ll start in Vero Beach at eastbound State Route 60, Indian River County’s most dangerous intersection. This was the scene of 21 crashes in 2012, reported Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers.
Halloween is only a few days off. This is when we hear and read a lot about haunted houses. Would you believe a haunted restaurant? Those who run the place don’t keep it a secret. In fact, they brag about it. The restaurant is Ashley’s on U.S.
Uh-oh, the mullet are migrating again along Treasure Coast beaches. Why uh-oh? Because close behind the mullet come the sharks The mullet, 1 to 3 feet in length, gather in large schools near the shoreline preparing to spawn. Then they head south to spend the winter in warmer waters. For the sharks its supper time. Various species of coastal sharks feed on the mullet – black tip, bull, lemon, nurse and spinner. Most are under 5 feet. But all have sharp teeth. When the wind is light and the water clear, you can see silhouettes of sharks in the surf. Check out the photos of shark sil