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'Wood' you care to donate musical instruments?
GIFFORD -- An afterschool program in Gifford is in need of clarinets and other instruments for its musical program. At 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Gifford Youth Activity Center, students march into the facility with quarter notes, tril...
Celebrating with trash
WABASSO -- Local beach front property will be saying bye-bye to bottles, cigarette butts and other debris during the Environmental Learning Center's Big Beach Cleanup this weekend. On March 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the learning cent...
Happy little egg hunter
Alexis McBride, 3, of Vero Beach, marvels at all of the brightly-colored eggs during Saturday's Easter Egg Hunt. An estimated 350-400 children were on hand for the annual City of Vero Beach Easter egg hunt. For the past three years, Mulligan's Beach House has given $1,000 to the City to help cover the event....
Local student to speak at prestigious state science fair
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A star student from Indian River County was one of six students chosen to speak at the opening ceremonies of the state science and engineering fair. Vero Beach High School senior Unnati Jain was one of seven students named as a 2013 Junior and Senior Outstanding Narratives Coll...
Habitat announces new board
Indian River Habitat for Humanity welcomes returning and first-time members on its 2013-14 board of directors. Front row, seated, from left: Rene Donars, Secretary Connie Poppell, Chairman J. Earl Morgan and Rev. Clifford Melvin. Standing, from left: Lawrence Lauffer, Sandra Rennick, Rev. Carol T...
City raises more than $10,000 for cancer
SEBASTIAN -- At the March 13 city council meeting, it was announced that members of the city police department and city council raised more than $11,000 for the St. Baldricks fundraiser that took place at Capt. Hiram's on March 2. Overall, the fundraiser for children's cancer research raised more than $10...
Local citrus to be used for food programs
TREASURE COAST -- During the week of March 19, the United States Department of Agriculture approved the purchase of up to $4.3 million of Florida grapefruit juice from the Indian River Citrus League for the country's Child Nutrition and Domestic Food Assistance programs. The Indian River Citrus League str...
Take time to be proud of where we live
Hello again, everyone. It's been some busy weeks here in Sebastian, and I'm not sure it's going to let up anytime soon. It was a lot of fun a few weeks ago at the Pelican Island Wildlife Festival in Riverview Park. There's a lot of history to be proud of, and I'm glad this is a community that shares that pride. A special congratulations goes out ...
Sebastian lacrosse shows skills
Sebastian's Joe Moltz, right, (No. 15) is heavily defended by Aaron McGee (No. 11) during their match-up in Vero Beach Friday evening. St. Edwards won 17-3....
College adds economic boost
TREASURE COAST -- Substantiating the role of Indian River State College as an economic engine for Florida's Research Coast, a new impact study released documents IRSC's $1.1 billion annual financial boost to the economy of its four-county service area. The infusion of increased productivity, income and expenditures generated b...
Easter events and the environment
Hello everyone. I want to take a moment to offer my congratulations to Thomas Corr for being chosen as the recipient of the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneur of the Year. Looking over his accomplishments, it is obvious he cares deeply about his community. It is people like Mr. Corr that make Indian River County and the surrounding areas a better plac...
Pirates play tough in Vero Beach
St. Edwards' Devon Kahle (No. 22) takes a blistering shot at Sebastian's goalie Mare Cronenberg (No. 20) during Friday's match in Vero Beach. St. Edwards won 17-3....
County ranks 15th in overall health in the state
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- For the fourth year, the health of the residents of Indian River County has been evaluated by an independent source, and this year the county ranked 15th in the state for its quality of overall health. St. Johns County ranked first. Last year, the county had ranked 11th place overall. "As we track our pr...
Up & coming
College hosting financial aid seminar Cash for College at Indian River State College is a one-day event to help new and returning students obtain financial aid for college. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 6 at all IRSC campuses and the IRSC Blackburn Educational Building in Fort Pierce. Cash for College will tak...

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