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Brevard County: Recreation department needs new pontoon boat for island maintenance
SATELLITE BEACH - The staff at the Satellite Beach Recreation Department said it is in dire need of a pontoon boat in order to maintain Samson Island. Samson Island has been owned by the city of Satellite Beach since 1991 and is located within the city's boundaries on a 52-acere island in the Banana River.......
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Indian River County: Make personal health a priority
GIFFORD - A free women and teen girls health and beauty event is planned for this weekend. The Indian River County Health Department and other partners will bring "It's Your Time," a women and girls day of pampering and health......
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Martin County: Airshow returns with new attractions
STUART - About 4,000 people are set to converge on Witham Field for the Stuart Air Show next weekend. Aerial stunts, pyrotechnics, flight demonstrations, vendor and community booths, live entertainment, aircraft and military equipment displays, a battle reenactment and carnival rides are among a slew of attractio......
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St. Lucie County: County to receive federal funds for Hurricane Isaac
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - At the end of August, Hurricane Isaac blew through St. Lucie County as a tropical storm, but the resulting winds and heavy rains left millions in damage. Damage, at first, that wasn't recognized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. But, on Oct. 18, President Barack Obama signed a d......
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Volusia County: MainStreet DeLand fills in more empty spaces with art
DELAND - In 1926, the American Pioneer Title Insurance Co. built their downtown office building right alongside the Volusia County Courthouse on West Indiana Avenue, unwittingly creating the storied cranny now known as Chess Park. Today, one of the city's many vivid murals graces the building's western wall, facing the courthouse s......
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