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Citrus growers, packers donate 'Florida sunshine' for sale
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Ruby red grapefruit and navel oranges are the colors and scents of the holiday season and thanks to generous citrus growers and packers, nonprofits from all over the county can benefit from citrus sales. The 17th annual Holiday Citrus Sale is in full swing at the ...
Art for (and by) animals
Andi Beck holds 'Lola,' a tabby who painted the beautiful work of art next to them. Ninety-two artists, including 'Lola,' had 221 pieces of art on display at Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County's Art for Animals last weekend. This year the event was an open event to all artists, and for the first t...
Auction of school property a success
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The sale of two Indian River County school district properties could mean building a new administration complex without borrowing money is financially viable, but discussions about what to do with the revenue won't be an...
Troops benefit from cell phone parts
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Now there are double the locations in Vero Beach to donate old cell phones and provide phone minutes to overseas military members. The Victory Center Military Store, the nonprofit organization benefiting area veterans, is the newest drop...
They were up to the challenge
More than 30 athletes of all ages gathered at the Riverside Café Saturday morning for the inaugural SEAL Museum Bridge Challenge. Each competitor jumped from the café's dock, swam 75-yards to a six-inch-wide stainless steel wire cable ladder, climbed nearly 80-feet to the top of the Merrill P. Barber Bridge, run to...
Safeguard against electrical fires this season
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The soft glow of candles in the window, twinkling lights hanging from the rooftop or blinking merrily around an evergreen are age-old symbols that the holidays are in full swing, but the calm beauty of the idyllic scene can be ruined all too quickly. A small fire that starts ...
Taking care of those who take care of you during the holidays made simple
TREASURE COAST -- Making sure that everyone in your life is smiling during the holidays can be a source of stress. Besides buying presents for the little ones and baking pies for parties at work, making sure that those who provide year-round services are taken care of during the holidays is usuall...
Reaching for the sky
David Staples, left, of Port St. Lucie and Paul Schall of Fort Pierce, get to the ladder and head to the top of the bridge during the Navy SEAL Museum Bridge Challenge Saturday....
Spots still available for fertilizer application certification course
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- There are still openings available for December's Green Industry Best Management Practices workshop, specifically designed for commercial landscape workers. Beginning Jan. 1, all commercial landscape businesses that apply fertilizer must obtain a limited certification urban l...
Men take a stand against domestic violence
TREASURE COAST --For any person--male or female--walking a mile in 4-inch stiletto heels would be considered a feat (pun intended.) But that didn't stop hundreds of men throughout the Treasure Coast who stepped up to "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" during the 2013 events coordinat...
Trot Against Hunger sets record for participation
A record number of runners, nearly 1,300, left the starting line for the 5K Trot Against Hunger to benefit Harvest Food & Outreach Thursday morning. The sixth annual event in Riverside Park helps provide low cost or in some cases emergency food for those in need and supply job training and education for those who n...
College introduces new bachelor's degree
TREASURE COAST -- With Indian River State College's introduction of a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education, Treasure Coast residents can now complete all the courses they need to become an elementary school teacher within easy driving distance. Registration is now underway, with classes beginning Jan. 8. "Busy Treasure C...
Need to know
Pets can visit Santa Families are invited to bring furry friends for festive photos with Santa. At Indian River Mall, Santa pet photos will be available near Macy's on Dec.8 from 6 - 7 p.m. Santa will pose for photos in his Winter Wonderland, and listen to holiday wishes through Christmas Eve. The Indian River Mall - near Macy's, is located at ...

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