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New facility opens for seniors
SEBASTIAN - After an outpouring of generosity from the community, Sebastian seniors have a spacious activities center once again. Last week, senior citizens living in Sebastian celebrated a soft opening of the new Senior Activities Center of Sebastian with card games, snacks and laughter. About two d...
Club teaches animal science with man's best friend
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Learning by doing, meeting new people and building leaders of tomorrow is the 4-H club way, even when it comes to working with furry, four-legged friends. The 4-H Dog Masters Club in Indian River County is getting organized once again and new members...
Over 500 in Tunnel to Towers run
Dan Richie, left, holds the flag he carried in the Tunnel to Towers run in New York City. The flag was returned to Vero Beach by retired FDNY Battalion Chief Jack Oehm Saturday and given to Indian River Fire Rescue Chief John King before the Tunnel To Towers run in Riverside Park....
Suspect on trial for murder of former IRC schools head
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - As he traveled to the funeral for a murdered former Indian River County education superintendent, a former school board member learned a suspect was being questioned, Gary Lindsey recalled last week. But it would be another two decades before the suspect, Kareem Lane, was tried on a ch...
Life-changing program opens again to newcomers
VERO BEACH - Six years ago, Twain Rodgers had three dozen felony charges to his name, a 23-year addiction to crack cocaine and frequently found himself behind bars. Today, Mr. Rodgers has been clean for five years, lives with his wife and two sons and is a ministry leader at Immanuel Church in Vero B...
Flags flying for tower run
Chris Beaumont, left, Indian River Shores public safety officer, hangs a giant American flag from the quint fire truck while Nathan Alexander, Indian River County Fire Rescue engineer/driver and Kevin Delashmutt, firefighter/paramedic, hang the other side from ladder one during the Tunnel To Towers run in Riversi...
High school to celebrate homecoming with parade
SEBASTIAN - For the first time in its 19-year history, Sebastian River High School's homecoming celebration will be punctuated with a festive community parade. Michael Stutzke, athletic director of Sebastian River High School, said the city has been very supportive in the school's quest for a larger ...
Remembering Sept. 11
Kathy and Andy Westerfield of the American Legion Post 189, lead a wreath-laying ceremony during Patriot Day in Riverview Park Tuesday. Nearly a dozen wreaths were laid in honor of those killed on Sept. 11, 2001....
Reading is fundamental
From right: Kaeleb Clarke, 2, Bradly Bragg, 5 and Chad Reynolds, 6, listen as Ronald McDonald tells jokes and performs magic during the McDonald's reading challenge at the Main Library Thursday evening. The event coincided with library card sign-up month....
Council votes to keep current tax rate for next year
VERO BEACH - Though a final vote on property tax rates will not be held until Sept. 18, the Vero Beach City Council is unanimous in their desire to make no raises in taxes. During a Sept. 4 special meeting, the council voted 5-0 to set the 2012-13 tax rate at this year's rate, which is $2.03 per $1,0...
Inaugural race draws hundreds
Michael Hyde, Indian River County special deputy and former Merchant Marine, plays the bagpipes during opening ceremonies of the Tunnel to Towers run in Riverside Park Saturday. More than 500 people signed up for the event, which benefits the Stephen Siller and Gary Sinise Foundations....

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