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The dogs are back
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- There will be barking and fetching and lots of tail wagging at Riverside Park later this month. On Jan. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County and the Young Professionals N...
Whittling away at time
Mike Sullivan displays his 'politician' and the 'engineer' as he works on another character during Thursday's weekly meeting of the Indian River Wood Carvers, at the Moose Lodge on 43rd Avenue. January will make seven years since president and founder Joe Miller began the club. New members are always welcome. You d...
Forecasting 2014: road projects, tournaments, electric negotiations and water project scheduled
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The next 12 months are fully scheduled with capital improvement projects, events and negotiations, city and county leaders said. Hometown News asked local county and municipal leaders for a summary of expected 2014 happenings and their answers are provided below. Indian Riv...
Happy holidays from the Boys and Girls Club
The staff and children of the Boys & Girls Club of Indian River County, Sebastian Club want to wish everyone and very Happy New Year. The Sebastian Club supports nearly 175 children at any given time during the year. School and art supplies along with sports equipment are always needed. For more information, go to ...
Haven for homeless clearing final hurdles
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- This year for Christmas, Lalita Janke asked for a home for local homeless, and it looks like her wish may be coming true. On Jan. 6, Camp Haven, the nonprofit group renovating the old Citrus Motel on U.S. 1 in Vero Beach into temporary housing for homeless, is expecting to re...
Accident causes closures at Old Dixie and US 1 overpass
INDIAN RIVER/ST. LUCIE COUNTIES -- Structural engineers are investigating the supports of the U.S. 1 overpass at the Indian River-St. Lucie County line and the Old Dixie Highway underpass due to a crash on Dec. 26. There is a temporary road closure on Old Dixie Highway at the U.S. 1 bridge overpass...
Getting advice
Dave Ellis, right, who's new to wood carving, gets advice from club president Joe Miller....
Getting back to family roots
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- If learning about your ancestors sounds appealing, but you don't know where to start, the Indian River Genealogical Society has a program for you. An expert in Irish ancestry genealogy, Donna Moughty, is scheduled to s...
Delivering the goods
The Indian River Marine Corps League Toys for Tots along with the Vietnam Veterans of America, the Sebastian River High School Junior Naval ROTC and the Sebastian Elks distributed 700 toys to 231 children in 97 families in Sebastian and Fellsmere for Christmas. From left, Sarah Gradolf, Sarah Flood, Pete Sayles...
Youth coloring competition begins
TREASURE COAST -- The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services encourages students in kindergarten through fifth grade to participate in the annual Florida Agriculture Youth Coloring Competition, sponsored by the Florida Department of Agricultur...
Sailing, sailing away...
Each year, as tourists and snowbirds return to Vero Beach, the anchorage off of the Vero Beach Marina swells with sailboats from all over. Many land in Vero Beach like migrating birds in search of a warmer climate for the winter....
Need to know
Seasonal grouper closure started Jan. 1 in Atlantic waters Several species of grouper closed to recreational and commercial harvest Jan. 1 in Florida state waters of the Atlantic. This seasonal closure includes gag, black, red, yellowmouth, yellowfin and tiger grouper; scamp; red hind; rock hind; coney; and graysby. State waters in the Atlantic a...

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