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Nonprofit optimistic about the future, despite changes
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Mental Health Association in Indian River County started off 2013 with some uncertainty, but is now excited and optimistic about the future. With new interim President and CEO Dr. Robert Brugnoli and a new board of directors, the Mental Health Association is positive that t...
Nonprofit helps homeless teens succeed
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- It's hard to shower and get ready for school when you don't have running water -- or a house for that matter -- but that's what more than 100 teens in the Treasure Coast area did during the school year last year. Andrew, whose last name is withheld for security reasons, was one...
Raising awareness of epilepsy
The second annual Walk the Talk Epilepsy & Seizure Disorder walk was held Saturday at Riverside Park. The event drew an estimated 250 people who took part in the 5K event. From left, Lena Santos, Claire Sommers of Longevity Lady Fitness & Spa and Edmund and Cathi Nalzaro, of Sounds of Unfailing Love Musical Enterta...
Finding crash reports faster, easier
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Accessing Indian River County crash reports no longer mean waiting in an office lobby for paper copies, now the public records will be available online. In late January, the Indian River County Sheriff's Office began making the accident reports available on their official websi...
Local philanthropists to be honored at fundraiser
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- From time to time, there are people that pour out such love and affection for a community, you can't help but take notice. This year, Bernard and Margaret Grall will be recognized for their contributions and dedication to the community with the Good Samaritan award from the Sam...
Student art
Sisters, Brooke Austin, left and Amber Brown, of Sebastian River High School, look at some of the art at the Indian River County School Art Reception at the Indian River Mall Thursday, Feb. 7. The mall and the Cultural Council of Indian River County provided the refreshments for the event....
Man involved in shooting arrested in Gifford
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The arrest of Errol Iian Johnson brought an end to a search by area law enforcement for the suspect in a daylight shooting in Port St. Lucie a day earlier. Mr. Johnson was apprehended by the United States Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force and arrested in Gifford without incident...
Mall hosts student art reception
The Indian River Mall hosted the Indian River County Schools Art Reception with the help of the Cultural Council of Indian River County Thursday, Feb. 7. Parents, students and friends were able to examine work from hundreds of area students. The Stringsations, Vero Beach High School juniors from left, Jeffrey Lamoth...
$10 ticket buys chance to win house
STUART -- A moving letter from a family who sold their house to pay for cancer treatments and a conversation with another recovering from a recent foreclosure reassures Robin Sutherland, YMCA's director of special projects, of the importance of her organization's annual Easter H...
Colorful run taking place March 16
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Senior Resource Association is hosting a Color Me Rad 5K event on March 16. "We are very excited to be hosting a 'Color Me Rad' event here in Vero Beach to benefit local seniors," said Karen Diegl, SRA president and CEO. "This is going to be the largest 5K hosted in Indian River County and we are hap...
Healthy habits
The 11th Annual Women's Health Expo was held Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Sebastian River Medical Center. The center offered women a wide variety of wellness tests along with informational booths with talks from area physicians. The men's expo is March 2. From left, Bernadette Hough, Sebastian River Medical Center Rehab...
Up & coming
Sign dogs up for training classes Registration begins on Feb. 18 for all classes starting the week of March 4. Cost for six weeks of training is $40, with all registration fees directly benefiting the animals of Indian River County. Canine students and their pet parents learn basic commands such as "sit," "down," and "stay." Attendees will also ...
Jaycee Beach gets needed sand
Alan Votrobek, of Henry Fischer & Sons, loads the dump truck driven by Rex Hailey with sand as the crew makes emergency repairs Thursday, Feb. 7 to the dune line at Jaycee Beach....

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