Interactive map: Mosquito populations are on the rise in Martin County due to Hurricane Irma

The Martin County Mosquito Control Division is increasing the frequency of Ultra Low Volume (ULV) spray trucks in affected areas between the hours of 8 p.m. and 1 a.m. In addition, aerial spraying is scheduled for … Click here to read more

US Senator Bill Nelson: Help after the storm

“Hurricane Irma was one of the most powerful storms ever recorded, prompting one of the largest evacuations in U.S. history. This massive storm affected every part of our state. And as we now begin the process of cleaning up and rebuilding … Click here to read more

Lake flows begin into St. Lucie River

From WPTV: “The rain from Hurricane Irma is gone, but the overflow is still pouring into Lake Okeechobee. Levels right now are just under 15 feet, but expected to rise to 17 feet if no action is taken … Click here to read more

Dave Barry’s hurricane prep: ‘With Irma knocking at our door, we’re NOT FREAKING OUT AT ALL!’

“Here’s how I know a hurricane is coming: We have lentils. We NEVER eat lentils…one of the things we Floridians do in this mode is go to Publix and get in long lines to buy mass quantities of things we will never eat … Click here to read more

Hurricane Irma: Martin County Public Information Line is 772-287-1652

“Martin County Emergency Management officials are closely monitoring reports provided by the National Weather Service on Hurricane Irma. Martin County’s Public Information Line is now active and staff is available … Click here to read more

Martin County braces for the catastrophic

From WPEC: “Emergency personnel in Martin County are working on a plan of action. They want to make sure they have enough time to prepare for what may be a catastrophic storm … Click here to read more