3500 people and a message that anybody can understand

Thousands gathered today in a peaceful yet powerful display of protest against the release of toxic algae into our water … Click here to read more

Martin County citizens peacefully assemble to send message: ‘Fix our River’

From the Martin County Sheriff’s Office: Sheriff William Snyder would like to thank the citizens who peacefully gathered along the Palm City Bridge to send elected officials a clear message, “Fix our River.” … Click here to read more

Tiger Woods & Lindsey Vonn are officially over — but what caused their breakup?

From Perez Hilton: “While we haven’t seen Lindsey Vonn and [Jupiter Island’s] Tiger Woods out and about together much recently, we’re really saddened to report that the pair is officially broken up. After three years of dating, the skier and golfer decided to call it quits on Sunday due to spending so much time apart,” See Lindsey’s Facebook post next page … Click here to read more

Augusta Chronicle: Falcone son thanks his Hobe Sound church for support, prayers

From The Augusta Chronicle: “The Rev. Charles ‘Chip’ Falcone, the only child of Charles and Nola Falcone, released a statement through social media Thursday to his Hobe Sound Presbyterian Church congregation where he is pastor, thanking them for their support and prayers in the loss of his parents … Click here to read more

Jupiter Island’s Tiger and his ‘mom jeans’ show off progress on new course

From The Golf Channel: “Tiger Woods shared some photos on Facebook, and his 3.1 million ‘friends’ were not impressed. They couldn’t get over those jeans, And for good reason. … Click here to read more

USA Today: PSL man arrested by MCSO after bragging, posting selfie with drugs

USA Today reports that 21-year old Taylor Harrison of Port St. Lucie bragged on his Facebook page about his life as a drug dealer and how easy it is for him to sell drugs in front of Martin County Sheriff’s deputies. … Click here to read more

Funeral services for Indian River Lagoon at St. Lucie Lock and Dam, May 3

Activists says last week’s delay by the Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) regarding the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) is the death knell for the Indian River Lagoon, and a funeral event is planned to mourn the loss. … Click here to read more

Palm Beach Post: Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch makes a splash as rivers advocate

The Palm Beach Post’s award-winning blogger Sally Swartz reports on rivers advocate Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch: “Her shocking photos of Lake Okeechobee’s polluted, dirty water fouling the St. Lucie River, the Indian River Lagoon and the turquoise Atlantic propelled Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch to Facebook fame on the Treasure Coast.” … Click here to read more

Another successful Save Our River Rally: thousands take part to protest Lake O discharges

Several participants estimate that between 5,000 to 10,000 protestors attended and formed a 3.5 mile human chain from Stuart to Jensen Beach today. MCSO estimates at least 2,000 to 2,500 people took part in the effort. … Click here to read more

Thousands of supporters attend Save the St. Lucie River Rally

Thousands of supporters showed up at today’s Save the St. Lucie River Rally at Phipps Park in Stuart. The event was organized via Facebook to protest the Lake Okeechobee discharges that are killing thousands of animals, making people very sick, and destroying the environment. … Click here to read more

WAAM is a coalition of concerned citizens promoting a community-friendly airport

Most recently the Witham Airport Action Majority (WAAM) has established a FaceBook presence. WAAM President Dave Shore urges residents to log on, and also to check out the WAAM website … Click here to read more