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Brevard County: Take a break with cookies, holiday movie
BREVARD -- Seniors and boomers are invited to take a break from the madness of the holiday season and enjoy some sweet treats. On Friday, Dec. 20, One Senior Place will host its "Holiday Cookie Extravaganza" at noon. Attendees......
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Indian River County: Festival to celebrate Paul Kroegel, Sebastian pioneers
SEBASTIAN -- Ever tried swamp cabbage or heart of palm salad? If not, these old Florida dishes will be available for sampling at the inaugural Sebastian Pioneer Festival on Jan. 9. Pioneer days will be here again for this special free event, held on the 150th birthday of a man who stood up for ......
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Martin County: Area schools taking cyber safety seriously
MARTIN COUNTY -- Martin County Schools have been educating students about cyber safety for years, but this past week was the third annual Cyber Safety Week where students in every Martin County School was educated on how to be good digital citizens. According to Marilyn Gavitt, coordinator of instructional t......
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St. Lucie County: Four-legged friends find peace at sanctuary
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- When Jay Apicella goes to work every day, she is surrounded by love. Her faithful friend who sits on the desk in front of her isn't too fond of anyone else, but for Ms. Apicella, she makes an exception. While Jasmine swats at anyone who gets within close proximity of her, the g......
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Volusia County: FDOT begins SunRail train testing
It's never a good idea to tarry in close proximity to railroad tracks, but the Florida Department of Transportation is advising the use of even more caution than usual as it begins to test some new vehicles. "With SunRail service just around the corner, you'll be seeing a lot more of our sleek new SunRail trains running the rails ......
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