Treasure Coast Essay

Treasure Coast Essay
7:20 am
Mon September 1, 2014

Our busy summer

Today is Labor Day.  No matter what the calendar says, this is the end of summer.  Kids are back in school.  Parents are back at work.

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Treasure Coast Essay
7:20 am
Mon August 25, 2014

Our own fugitive hunter returns

Indian River County resident John Walsh is back on television tracking down fugitives.  His new series “The Hunt with John Walsh” is shown at 9 p.m.

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Treasure Coast Essay
7:20 am
Mon August 18, 2014

Beware of these scams

Law enforcement agencies on the Treasure Coast are warning us to beware of scams over the telephone and by email.  Seniors are often the target.  Here are some scams to watch out for.  You are nearing retirement and are invited to buy into a fund that promises financial returns much higher than normal.  Remember Bernie Madoff?   He bilked investors, including many in Florida, of billions with that promise.  Just say no.  You are told that you have won a lottery, often in another country.  To claim your winnings, all you have to do is pay a fee.

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Treasure Coast Essay
7:20 am
Mon August 11, 2014

Osceola Park recognized as historical

A round of applause, please, for Osceola Park, a charming neighborhood southwest of downtown Vero Beach.  In the fall, a state historical marker about Osceola Park will be erected on the corner of 19th Street and 20th Avenue.  Other Indian River County markers will go up at Historic Dodgertown and the Roseland community.  There are many state historical markets on the Treasure Coast, but this will be the first to recognize a neighborhood in Vero Beach.   Osceola Park contains an impressive number of early 20th century houses.  One was the childhood home of Merrill Barber, who later served a

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Treasure Coast Essay
7:19 am
Mon August 4, 2014

St. Lucie Village vs. All Aboard Florida

  If it comes to a fight between All Aboard Florida and St. Lucie Village, don’t bet against the village.  The tiny municipality north of Fort Pierce has a history of taking on powerful interests and winning.  St. Lucie Village – population 599 – is nestled between the Indian River Lagoon and U.S.

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