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Brevard County: Rubber ducks to race for children, families
BREVARD -- One of the most memorable Sesame Street sketches is when Ernie sings to his beloved yellow rubber duck, "Rubber ducky, you're the one," while splashing around in the bathtub. While an upcoming event will take place along the Indian River, rather than a bathtub, thousands of yellow rubber ducks......
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Indian River County: High-speed passenger rail plans concern community
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A private company's plans to bring high-speed rail passenger trains to Central Florida and South Florida by way of the East Coast has many groups in Indian River County wanting to yank on the emergency brake cord. Last week, the ......
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Martin County: Tickets still available for YMCA Easter House
TREASURE COAST -- The YMCA of the Treasure Coast's biggest fundraiser of the year, the annual Easter House raffle, is wrapping up soon and tickets are still available. This is the 27th year the YMCA has raffled off a house in the area, providing one lucky family with a brand new abode or $150,000 and thousan......
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St. Lucie County: Fifth annual reading festival taking place April 12
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Parents, get a jump on your kids' summer reading program. Join local author Mary E. Dawson and 20 other authors at the St. Lucie County Reading Council's fifth annual Family Reading Festival for a day of reading-related fun on Saturday, April 12, at Mets Stadium in Port St. Lucie (Tradition Field in S. Luci......
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Volusia County: DeLand's oldest house opens doors to the past
To coincide with the last weekend of Florida's Archaeology Month and DeLand's 49th art festival, the oldest standing historic house in the city was open for tours March 29-30. Saturday was a wash and the art festival ended up being shut down because of tornado warnings, but Sunday brought brighter offerings for exploring the old h......
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