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Brevard County: Happy 50th birthday, KSC
For the past five decades, the Kennedy Space Center has been the hub of every American-manned mission to space. In honor of the center's 50th birthday, NASA will give visitors the chance to see the Kennedy Space Center like never before,......
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Indian River County: Area businesses invited to measure up
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Employers and business leaders from Indian River County gathered at Riverside Theatre last week to hear how they can improve their workplace culture. The Indian River County Best Places to Work program by Workforce Solutions held a network......
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Martin County: A Day to Remember the Fallen
A ceremonial volley was part of Memorial Day events in Martin County. The 2012 parade was dedicated to those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor, which marked the U.S.'s involvement in World War II.......
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St. Lucie County: Marine station to celebrate World Ocean Day
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Living next to the ocean, it's sometimes easy to take for granted all the resources that are readily available to St. Lucie County residents every day. One organization, the Smithsonian Marine Station, will be part of an upcoming international celebration of the ocean, and the public is i......
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Volusia County: Orange City eateries squeamish about regular food trucks
By Dan Harkins ORANGE CITY - Gram's Kitchen manager Rhonda Hogue doesn't have a problem with how the Food Truck Bazaar has been pulling into town on the first Sunday of the month. She just doesn't want to be neighbors. "It's a little too close for comfort," she said last Thursday while doling out stuffed cabbage and cornbread at the Taste of We......
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