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Veterans retain pride in service
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - They are a generation of Americans living in the autumn of their lives, but their valor, dedication and patriotic fervor will live on. Veteran's Day is celebrated each year in the U.S. on Nov. 11, but for an actual military veteran, it's just another day of life, a life filled w...
Program to hire 100 veterans surpasses goal
TREASURE COAST - The goal was to hire 100 veterans in 100 days. But days short of the Nov. 11 deadline, Workforce Solutions has already hired more than twice as many veterans across the Treasure Coast. "We're actually shooting toward 250," said Debby Coxwell, director of programs at Workforce Solutions. Local busi...
Walking to end domestic violence
Front row from left: Art Ciasca, SafeSpace director of development, John Walsh, of 'America's Most Wanted,' Gea Anderson, of Spector Soft, Dave Currey, Vero Beach police chief and Bud Spencer, Indian River County under sheriff and SafeSpace board member, cross the finish line at the third annual 'Walk a Mile in Her...
Preparation may prevent abduction
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Local law enforcement is asking parents to educate their children on how to stay safe when approached by a stranger. Equipping children with the tools they need to stay safe on those occasions when they are alone can change whether a child is hurt or even abducted, law enforcement...
Center celebrates year of helping veterans
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - For one year, the Victory Center Military Store inside the Indian River Mall in Vero Beach has been turning camouflage into greenbacks to help Indian River County veterans and the nonprofit is just getting started. John Darling, president of the Indian River County Veteran's Mall ...
Sharks capture district title
Sebastian River High School Sharks captured the District 14-6A title Friday evening beating the South Fork Bulldogs in Shark Stadium. Shark running back Nate Pryor (No. 2) made some quick moves and ran for nearly 40 yards to score a touchdown and make it 17-3 with 5:54 seconds to go late in the second quarter. The...
Freshly prepared
Ed Mangano of Indian River Seafood Market and Aqua Gem Farms removes steamed clams, some of the 100,000 clams needed for last weekend's 10th annual Sebastian Clambake....
Residents reminded to donate wisely to storm victims
For Hometown News TREASURE COAST - In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy in the northeast U.S., emergency officials urge residents to donate responsibly. Citizens and businesses witnessing Sandy's devastation and wishing to help those impacted should follow these guidelines to ensure your donations do the most good for the mo...
Simple as soup
From left: Stephanie Smith, Marci Arnold, Dick and Gail Ogle were among the volunteer servers at the Community Church Thursday, Nov. 1 for the 20th annual Samaritan Center Soup Bowl....
Foreclosed motel could be new shelter
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - The directors of Camp Haven, a nonprofit with a mission to provide temporary housing for homeless adults trying to get back on their feet, have their eye on a more durable structure for their housing site. The board of directors announced last week they have a contract with Land...
Clambake draws thousands
Don and Pam Young of Vero Beach made short work of their steamed clams at the 10th annual Sebastian Clambake Saturday. Thousands of seafood lovers flock to Riverview Park each year for a taste of the local sea fare, live music and art....
Up & coming
Marine Corps birthday party slated for Nov. 10 The Sebastian Inlet Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4067 invites the community to a pig roast with music and outdoor festivities on Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Sebastian Inlet Aerie, located at 9606 Trade Center Drive. For information, call (772) 589-6573. Cook off taking place Nov 10 The Indian Ri...

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