Martin County high schools earn ‘A’ rankings for third year in a row from FL Dept of Education

The Hometown News reports that “Martin County’s four high schools will be ringing in the New Year celebrating the success of earning the Florida Department of Education’s top grade for the third year in a row. The Martin County School District is one of only three of Florida’s 67 districts to achieve all ‘A’ rankings for its high schools … Click here to read more

Hometown News: A look back at 2014

“From the highly contested elections to the debate over All Aboard Florida, this year has had many interesting stories. Here are a few of the top stories from the past year: … Click here to read more

A look back at Martin’s top 10 stories of 2012

Making the headlines were everything from shark attacks, projects with national implications, heated commission hearings and the death of an international icon. The Hometown News takes a look back, in no particular order, at some of the biggest Martin County stories of 2012 … Click here to read more

New Stuart mayor’s priorities include train stop, neighborhood revitalization

Mayor Eula Clarke’s priority list includes spurring detailed discussions on the best use of city property on the downtown waterfront, creating a five-year strategic plan, improving communications between residents and local government and working to enhance neighborhoods across the municipality, according to The Hometown News. … Click here to read more

Hometown News: interview with Martin County Commission candidate Henry Copeland

The Hometown News’ Samantha Joseph sits down with Henry Copeland for an interview about his campaign for Martin County Commissioner. … Click here to read more

Hometown News: interview with Martin County Commission candidate Dr. Tom Fullman

The Hometown News’ Samantha Joseph sits down with Dr. Tom Fullman for an interview about his campaign for Martin County Commissioner. … Click here to read more