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Brevard County: Leaders say social media played role in campaigns
BREVARD - According to a report by Nielsen, social media websites account for a quarter of the time that Americans spend on the Internet. To be specific, Americans spend more time on Facebook than any other website, according to t......
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Indian River County: Thanksgiving run is growing tradition for many
VERO BEACH - Joanne Alexander's Thanksgiving traditions are no longer just about sitting around a table with a plateful of turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce and stuffing. She and her family now throw a little sweat into the equation. Ms. Alexander, her pomeranian, Tree-Tree, and several other member......
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Martin County: Children's group seeks 20K for mentoring program
MARTIN COUNTY - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties is planning a golf tournament to raise $20,000 to fund its mentorship programs in the region. In Martin County, the group teaches career skills to eighth graders at Murray and Stuart middle schools by matching them with mentors from busine......
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St. Lucie County: New city manager reconnects with community
FORT PIERCE - He's happy to be back. Robert Bradshaw, newly hired Fort Pierce city manager had a hectic first week, since officially taking over the city manager seat Nov. 1. "I'm very appreciative to be here," he said. But between all the meetings and city business, he was excited at how far the ......
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Volusia County: Kids make bowls and feed those in need
Local school children are making bowls to help feed those in need. The fifth Annual Empty Bowls Silent Auction will be Dec. 7 at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach. "The event keeps growing each year," said Marcia Bobbitt, a Mainland art teacher. "The first year we made 300 bowls with kids at Mainland and some at DeLand. Now we have 11 schools making a total of 1,000 bowls. ......
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