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Student art to be made into mural
.INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A "Tree of Life" will be blooming at a local thrift store this fall season. Fifteen-year-old artist Lyle Michos will see his artwork grow to be larger than life next month when a professional artist comes to town and turns his picture into a mural on the front of Heaven Sent ...
Honoring those who have served
Staff Sgt. Orion Mumwaw, lays the wreath next to the marker of Ronald Scott Owens, killed Oct. 12, 2000 when terrorists attacked the U.S.S. Cole in Yemen. Veterans everywhere were honored Monday during the Veterans Day 2013 Ceremony on Veterans Memorial Island Sanctuary. Master of Ceremonies Col. Martin J. Zickert,...
Philanthropy Day award recipients announced
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Association of Fundraising Professionals Indian River Chapter announced the recipients of this year's National Philanthropy Day awards. An award presentation will take place Tuesday, November 19th at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park Drive, at 5:30 p.m., followed by light hors d'oeuvres and cock...
In Sebastian, a close race but no recounts needed
SEBASTIAN -- Despite a 19-vote difference between two candidates for Sebastian City Council, the initial votes cast to elect three candidates to the council will stand. Andrea Coy, Bob McPartlan and Richard Gillmor will be sworn in as new...
Having a 'clammy' time
Two-year-old Gia Primavera enjoys a horseback ride during the 11th annual Sebastian Clambake in Sebastian on Saturday. Lots of good food, great weather and live music made the event a success. The rides were courtesy of Brevard Equestrian Center in Palm Bay....
Youth recognized for philanthropic efforts
VERO BEACH -- At any given day, a peek into Karly and Jeffrey Krasnow's vehicles just might yield an overwhelming amount of neon tennis yellow balls. The Vero Beach siblings enjoy playing tennis, both competitively and recreationally, but their penchant for collecting tennis balls is because they r...
Something old, something new in Vero Beach
VERO BEACH -- Voters in Vero Beach re-elected one incumbent and replaced another with a political newcomer to the city council. Dick Winger will continue to serve on the Vero Beach City Council for another two-year term and he will be j...
Nonprofit celebrates national adoption month
TREASURE COAST -- All children need security, trust, encouragement and someone to love them unconditionally. At any given time in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties, there are approximately 125 to 175 local children in foster care hoping to be adopted into a "forever home." In 1995, President Clinton estab...
On stage
From left, Geoffrey Myers, Thomas Wesley Bowman and Pompano Pete members of the Thomas Wesley Bowman Band, were live on stage Saturday for this year's Sebastian Clambake....
Families in need find food, comfort at local center
TREASURE COAST -- As families struggle each week to make ends meet, the hopes of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the trimmings is usually not very high on their list of necessities. However, those at Harvest Food & Outreach Center feel that every family deserves to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal....
Serving up support
Jesse Marden and Mary Ann Roussin serve up soups made by local restaurants during the Samaritan Center Soup Bowl at Christ by the Sea United Methodist Church Thursday....
Man in jail for bomb hoax
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Last week, a 911 phone call about a bomb turned out to be a fake and a Vero Beach man was arrested and booked into Indian River County Jail. Randolph Troy Smith, 51, 157 21st Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested on Nov. 7 and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, pl...
Play results in touchdown
Fighting Indians quarterback Dalton Stokes (No. 10) fakes a handoff to running back Jason Pierre (No. 20) halfway through the second quarter resulting in a touchdown in Thursday night's game against the Santaluces Chiefs. Vero Beach won 30-29....
Need to know
Community Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 21 Where will you be celebrating Thanksgiving? Do you want to celebrate with others? Spend time with us and enjoy a free meal this Thanksgiving. A traditional turkey and all the trimmings will be offered Thursday, Nov. 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Master's Academy, 1105 58th Ave., Vero Beach. No rese...

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