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The 2023 hurricane season ends today, Thursday, Nov. 30. Thankfully, most Florida Power... more
Treasure Coast Food Bank will receive a $400,000 investment over four... more
As AAA prepares to rescue more than 360,000 drivers with car trouble this holiday weekend... more
AAA expects to rescue over 360,000 stranded motorists nationwide over Thanksgiving weekend... more
The seasonal remembrance event offers inspirational words and messages of hope... more
When you think of decorative holiday plants, you might buy traditional poinsettias. But have you ever considered a caladium at Christmas? more
Overall, cooking is the leading cause of U.S. home fires and injuries,... more
Large sibling groups are tough for the child-welfare community. more
There are no tricks this Halloween season for local kinship caregivers – just a friendly knock... more
CarePortal, a wish-request system supported by a network of local churches, has been fully implemented in Okeechobee... more
Free, safe guided viewing of the partial solar eclipse using protective filters will be conducted by... more
Just because you do something for decades, doesn’t mean you can’t do it better. more
Treasure Coast Food Bank today announced it received a $235,000 donation from Publix... more
The annual Fish Art Contest is now open! more
Together with sponsors in the community, the organization has brought more than 70,000 gifts ... more
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides the following electrical safety tips: more
Communities Connected for Kids is hosting a school supplies drive for children throughout Okeechobee and... more
A new study finds that electric vehicles (EVs) lose a significant amount of range when... more
A recent AAA survey found that 52% of Floridians plan to get a professional vehicle inspection... more
For the 13th year, Feeding America has published its landmark research study, Map the Meal Gap... more
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