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Brevard County: Annual surf festival set for Labor Day weekend
MELBOURNE - The 27th annual NKF Rich Salick Pro Am Surf Festival, presented by Ron Jon Surf Shop, will make waves this Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31 through Sept. 3, at the Cocoa Beach Pier. This year's event will be the first event to honor the late world class surfer Rich Salick, co-founder and three-time k......
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Indian River County: Garden to grow children's activities
VERO BEACH - This fall, children visiting McKee Botanical Garden will have more things to explore and discover about the garden thanks to a new backpack activity program. To enhance the learning experience for children, McKee staff has been preparing, developing and testing ......
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Martin County: Downtown turns into dance party
STUART - When people start dancing in the streets of downtown Stuart, it symbolizes the end of summer and a celebration that started 25 years ago. The Dancin' in the Streets celebration will take over the streets of downtown Stuart Saturday, Aug. 25 from 6 p.m. to midnight. Last year, the celebration brought ne......
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St. Lucie County: Four commission hopefuls move to general election
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - The August primary for county commission seats in Districts 1 and 5 decided the final candidates for the general election in November. Bob Benton defeated Billy O'Dell in the District 1 Republican primary. Mr. Benton received 10,131 votes or 60.62 percent to Mr. O'Dell's 6,580 votes or 39......
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Volusia County: County manager: manmade reef will bring tourists, cash to area
VOLUSIA COUNTY - County Manager Jim Dinneen is eyeing sunken treasure. "I think we should make a new goal," he told the Volusia County Council at its Aug. 9 meeting. "I think we should aim to make the world's best artificial reef." In an interview after the meeting, Mr. Dinneen said the artificial reef p......
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