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Barber Bridge announced as venue for Hands Across The Lagoon event
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Merrill P. Barber Bridge is the latest venue to join Hands Across The Lagoon; a unique rally to be held 9-10 a.m., Sept. 28 at eight locations from Volusia County to Martin County. The event is being held in conjunction with National Estuary Day and is hailed as an opportunity for residents to demons...
City councils prepare for elections
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Election Day isn't until Nov. 5, but candidates for two municipalities are already qualified and ready to show the cities what they are made of and where they stand on issues. Both Vero Beach and Sebastian city councils could see changes on the dais with challengers rising up...
Helping Treasure Coast Food Bank
Eric Reaves and his son Eric Jr. 2, take a ride on a horse at the Vero Equine Horse Expo at the Indian River County Fairgrounds Saturday. The price of admission was a can or two of food for Treasure Coast Food Bank. Horseback riding, a petting zoo, horseshoeing and lots of demonstrations filled the afternoon....
Anonymous tip leads to three arrests in hydrants case
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Last week, three local men were arrested and charged with opening hydrants in the county earlier this year. All three posted bail and were released after booking. Jeffrey Adam Newman, 19, 4636 43rd St., Vero Beach, Triston Cooper Ware, 18, 4005 62nd Ave., Vero Beach, and Will...
And the band plays on
Alex Schmitz plays the xylophone during Friday's half-time performance in Shark Stadium....
Public/private partnership has potential to improve health of lagoon
TREASURE COAST -- As the public looks to explore any and all projects and plans that could help the struggling Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie Estuary, a recent feasibility study provides encouraging news about the positive impact ...
Taking the Indians to the field
During Friday night's Red Out Game in the Citrus Bowl, George Greene, 6, left, and Ethan Hendon, 7, helped bring the Vero Beach Fighting Indians onto the field to face Lake Minneola. The two boys suffer from congenital heart disease. Ethan has had three open-heart surgeries and 13 catheterizations while George suff...
Out of tragedy comes a lesson for others
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Nearly 10 years ago, a hidden heart condition took the life of 17- year old Jessica Clinton, a cheerleader at St. Lucie West Centennial High School. Since that time, her mother, Cheryl Lalloo has become an advocate to other parents and coaches to ...
Getting ready for some soup
Eva Sandlin, left, and Terry Green dip and hand-paint their bowls with glaze at the Vero Beach Museum of Art Wednesday, Sept. 4 as part of the Samaritan Center Soup Bowl, coming up Thursday, Nov. 7....
Commissioners further develop fertilizer ordinance
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A timeline and a list of penalties for violating the county's new fertilizer laws has passed muster by the county commissioners. All violations of the fertilizer and landscape management ordinance will be met with a $100 fine, with the exception of a violation by a licensed p...
Indians cage the Hawks
Vero Beach quarterback Dalton Stokes (No. 10), right, hands off to Jimmy Williamson (No. 22) early in the first quarter, which resulted in a first down. The Fighting Indians beat Lake Minneola 31-7....
Community invited to reception for Holocaust exhibit
PORT ST. LUCIE -- The City of Port St. Lucie is honored to host "The Courage to Remember," a traveling Holocaust exhibit produced by the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance, on display at the Civic Center Art Gallery in October. There will be a special reception on opening night, Thursday, Oct. 3, beginning at 6 p.m....
Getting well-organized, supplied
From left, Mary Miner, Education Foundation of IRC Program Coordinator, Jennifer Taylor, Clarence 'T' Thompson, IRC School District Foreman and Barry Jenkins sort through six pallets -- nearly 900 cases -- of school supplies donated by Publix Supermarkets to the United Way of Indian River County which donated them ...
Fire-science program pays off
TREASURE COAST -- Indian River State College Fire Science program has been ranked as offering "Fire Science Degree Programs That Really Pay Off." According to Fire Science Online College Rankings, IRSC is one of ninety colleges and universities nationally that offer great returns-on-investment. Research shows that students wa...
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Mall opens new stores The Indian River Mall will be further enhanced this fall with the addition of Rochelle's Jewelry and Watch Repair, which relocated. The recently-opened Toys 'R Us Express, Spirit Halloween and Community Gold Buyers will also complement the endless shopping options at the mall. Rochelle's Jewelry and Watch Repair opened its ...

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