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Crime prevention highlighted in outdoor event
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- For the 15th year, local law enforcement agencies are bringing attention to crime and drug prevention with National Night Out. The outdoor event, held in two locations in Indian River County on Oct. 1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., is designed to strengthen neighborhood spirit through ...
Businesses recognized for positive impact
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Big businesses and small businesses alike were recognized for their contributions for the community and economic stimulus last week during the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce's industry appreciation awards. Vero Marine Center, Rock City Gardens and Kimley-Horn and Ass...
Scouring area beaches
Melinda Smith, right, keeps careful count of the trash she and her Indian River Tae Kwon Do 'Beach Ninja's' Team collects along South Beach....
Three Sebastian council seats, five candidates
SEBASTIAN -- On Nov. 5, three Sebastian City Council seats will be up for grabs and five candidates are in the race. All three incumbents, Mayor Bob McPartlan, Vice Mayor Don Wright and Councilwoman Andrea Coy, are returning for another go-around on the council, and are joined on the election ballo...
College expands bachelor degree programs
FORT PIERCE -- Indian River State College received unanimous approval from the State Board of Education on Sept. 17 to launch new Bachelor's Degree programs in accounting, elementary education and health care management, expanding IRSC's baccalaureate programs to 23. Classes will begin Jan. 8, 2014, and applications for the ne...
Taking it down the field
Sebastian River Sharks quarterback Sloan Drummonds (No. 7) puts a stiff arm on Hawks linebacker Jordan Stengal (No. 33) and picks up five yards late in the first quarter during Fridays District 12 match up with the Viera Hawks in Sebastian...
Incumbents, challengers face off for Vero Beach city council seats
VERO BEACH -- On Nov. 5, six candidates will vie for two Vero Beach City Council seats during the general election. Both incumbents, Vice Mayor Tracy Carroll and Councilman Dick Winger, are trying to retain their seats for another term. They are joined in the race by Warren Winchester, former Vero ...
New fundraisers planned for recreation favorites
VERO BEACH -- The new city budget may have dropped some activities and scaled down on some services, but with the community's help, none of Vero Beach's recreation favorites will disappear. A new committee, Fundraising for Fun, constituted of several recreation commissioners and interested members ...
Learning beach cleanup basics
Two-year-old Noah Duncan checks with his grandfather Eric Menger to see if what he has picked up is trash....
Farmer's market and 'mercado' open this weekend
FELLSMERE -- Fresh produce, baked goods, farm animals and more will be on the grounds of the Old Fellsmere School this weekend for the inaugural Fellsmere Farmer's Market and Mercado. The sales will begin Saturday at 9 a.m. and go through 2 p.m., said coordinator Sara Savage. Vendor booths must be ...
Homicide connected to large quantity of drugs
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The fatal shooting on Sept. 20 of St. Lucie County resident, Dwight Snaith, resulted in a search warrant at the residence where the incident occurred. Detectives were searching for evidence of the homicide and foun...
Need to know
Speed limit returns to normal on I-95 Beginning this week, the speed limit on I-95 is being raised from 60 miles per hour back to 70 miles per hour in northern St. Lucie County, from Okeechobee Road (SR 70/Exit 129) to the St. Lucie/Indian River County Line, with a three-mile exception in both directions where bridge replacement is underway at th...

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