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Stuart Jet Center Line Technicians Meet Special Visitor
Tom Brady quarterback for the New England Patriots landed Friday at Witham Field. Flights were diverted to the Stuart airport because of a temporary flight restriction at Palm Beach International Airport, in effect March 8-10, when President Donald Trump was at Mar-a-Lago. Line techician with the Stuart Jet Center working at the airport were lucky enough to get their photo taken with the quarterback.
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Happy Birthday World Wide Web!
In March of 1989 computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a proposal for a “web” of hypertext documents that could be viewed through a “browser.” Three decades later, the internet has reshaped the fabric of communication, global access to information, and society at large.
Space X Dragon Capsule Returns
SpaceX’s brand new crew capsule has splashed down on Earth! After pulling away from the orbiting lab early Friday, a test dummy named Ripley its lone occupant. It was aiming for a morning splashdown in the Atlantic off Florida’s coast, the final hurdle of the six-day test flight.
NASA astronauts have been stuck riding Russian rockets since space shuttles retired eight years ago. NASA is counting on SpaceX and Boeing to start launching astronauts this year. SpaceX is aiming for summer.
Stuart Martin County Chamber of Commerce Home & Garden Show
Stuart – Saturday, March 2, 2019 the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce hosted by the Martin….Click here to view additional photos of this event.
Kiwanis Club of Stuart Annual Pancakes & Reading in the Park
Stuart- The Kiwanis Annual Pancakes & Reading in the Park was held at Kiwanis Children’s Park in downtown Stuart on…Click here for additional photos from this event!
SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch First Step
The first American spacecraft capable of carrying astronauts launched early Saturday. This mission if successful could put NASA and the United States at the beginning of a renewed era of human spaceflight.
No people were on this test flight. Elon Musk, founded SpaceX in 2002 said the objective of the company is to send people into space and eventually to Mars. NASA has turned to private companies to provide services to the space shuttle. This mission today is known as Demo-1. The capsule is expected to arrive at the space shuttle on Sunday and will stay five days at the station. The most critical parts of the mission will be the docking and re-entry.
Dedication & Ribbon Cutting for the New Carebag Mobile Shower Trailer!
Sponsored by Two Men & A Truck and Groza Builders, Inc. CareBag Inc., is a not for profit, charitable organization.
Congratulations on a job well done!
For more information on how you can help support Carebag, Inc. call them 772.222.7399.
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Martin County Sheriff’s Office Community BBQ for Palm City Neighbors
Palm City- On Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 6:00 pm the Martin County Sheriff’s Office Community Outreach Barbecue in Palm City. The event was held at Leighton Park…Click here for additional photos of this event!
Loving Chiropractic Hosts Stuart/Martin County Chamber Luncheon
In Photo: Cathleen Owen – Loving Chiropractic of Stuart,Dr. Brian Moriarty – Loving Chiropractic of Stuart, Dr. Richard Moriarty,…. Click here to view additonal photos of this event.
Residents and Visitors Welcome by Air and Sea U.S. Customs & Border Protection Facility Now Open
Martin County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce the opening of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Facility at Martin County Airport. Customs officially opened its doors to aircraft and marine vessels today, receiving it’s first customer by air at 11:55 a.m. this morning. “It’s truly exciting,” said Sam Carver, Martin County Airport Manager. “This allows Martin County boaters, pilots, residents and visitors to conveniently clear customs without having to travel to Fort Pierce or West Palm Beach,” Mr. Carver continued.
The 3,200 sq. foot facility is operated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection with regular operating hours Thursday through Monday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Customers may contact Customs at 772-210-0420 during regular operating hours and after hours at 772-210-0797. Procedures for pilots and boaters as well as user fees can be found at https://www.martin.fl.us/Customs.
Funding for the project was provided through an 80/20 grant partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation Aviation (Multimodal) Division and the Airport Enterprise Fund.
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Stuart Police Department Start Stuart Business Crime Watch
The Stuart Police Department has started visiting businesses to help create a Stuart-wide Business Crime Watch.
This program will allow the exchange of important information between business owners and the Police Department as well building positive relationships with the Department.
We would like to thank Rick Wilson of The Gafford Restaurant for becoming our first participant.
If you would like to schedule a meeting with Officer Corey Lee to become a member of the Business Crime Watch or discuss any problems or concerns please call 772-287-1122 or by email at Clee@ci.stuart.fl.us.
PROPOSED NEW TRAFFIC LIGHT AT CONFUSION CORNER