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Chefs prepare for battle
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The dinner table is where food and family come together for great memories, but when you have to give up your home, live in the woods, sleep on a friend's couch or pack all your belongings in a car, family meals aren't a...
Debate on Affordable Care Act to be held Jan.21 at Riverside Theatre
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Motion: The Nation Needs the Affordable Care Act. Let the debate begin! And begin it will on Jan. 21 at Riverside Theatre. Presented by the theatre's Distinguished Lecturer Series and sponsored by Wilmington Trust, the first DLS debate in 2014 is a topic of keen interest to nearly every American adult. F...
Archeologists converge on Vero Man site
Site manager Dann Jacobus, left, watches as volunteers with OVIASC (Old Vero Ice Age Sites Committee) help unload supplies for archeologists to begin excavation of the Old Vero Man site. After nearly 100 years, scientists will finally search the Vero Man site for answers to what, who and when man lived with animals...
Life in the garden
An empty chair next to J. Seward Johnson's 'Best Seller' was all the invitation Carl Moody, left, needed. The McKee Botanical Garden opened a new exhibit of bronze statues by J. Seward Johnson last weekend. Twenty life-sized human sculptures adorn the garden's walkways as if they were out for a stroll....
Family receives house renovations through local nonprofit
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Archie Pound, 68, has lived in his Gifford home for more than 40 years, and today, he shares it with his daughters, Deandra Pound and Angela Pound and his 5-month-old grandson Gervon. Three years ago, a gangrene infection resulted in Mr. Pound having his left leg amputated, limiting his mobility and ren...
Sculpture that lives
'La Promenade' by J. Seward Johnson depicts a Victorian couple possibly walking in the rain while 'Monet, Our Visiting Artist' paints lilies in the background, a fitting touch for McKee Botanical Garden's Water Lily Celebration, which will be held June 14, 2014. The Seward Johnson Sculpture Exhibition will be open ...
Body found in Jupiter is missing Sebastian woman
SEBASTIAN -- A wrapped body that washed ashore in Palm Beach County has been identified as a Sebastian woman missing since before Christmas. During a press conference on Jan. 5, detectives from the Sebastian Police Department said medical examiners confirmed that ...
Stamp prices to increase this month
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The cost of sending a postcard or a letter to a pen pal will go up in this new year. The United States Postal Service will implement a new pricing structure on stamps and other shipping service effective Jan. 26, a press release said. First-class stamps for letters weighing u...
Winter break, Florida style
From left, Adam Magdaleno, 9, Gera Andrade, 8 and Esteban Mojica, 9, simultaneously send shells skipping across the water. With the holidays winding down and a blast of warm weather blanketing Indian River County, several family members from Fellsmere gathered for a picnic on Wabasso Causeway Thursday, Jan. 2. The ...
Food Bank celebrates 25th anniversary
TREASURE COAST -- You may not realize that the meals we eat have a history as rich as their taste. As the Treasure Coast Food Bank commemorates 25 years of providing sustenance, security and hope to people in need throughout the Treasure Coast, the organization is reflecting on its past while exploring the history of food and ...
Florida Department of Health promotes better health for babies
TREASURE COAST -- The Florida Department of Health is raising awareness about the important steps families can take to improve the health of babies and decrease the impact of birth defects. January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and the Department is encouraging women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy to tak...
New visitors in the garden
Although the sculpture is in bronze, Lee Ingham has to feel the texture of the sweater on 'Far Out' by J. Seward Johnson....
Need to know
The Source is seeking supplies The Source, the areas cold weather shelter, is in need of sleeping bags, pillows, movies, men's jeans, sweaters, jackets, hoodies, snacks, coffee, creamer, sugar, and hot chocolate. The Source opens for cold night shelter when temperatures are forecasted to drop below 35 degrees Fahrenheit or 40 degrees with rain. ...

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