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Sheriff's Office perseveres in unsolved murder case
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Eight years have passed since the brutal homicide of an 87-year-old Vero Beach woman, but law enforcement officials still haven't given up hope that someone can shed light on the unsolved murder case. "Somebody out there knows or saw something the night Mrs. McPherson was mur...
Christmas in July comes to Riverview Park
SEBASTIAN -- According to local law enforcement, Santa Claus will be taking a bit of a vacation this weekend and will be stopping in Sebastian's Riverview Park. On July 27 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Riverview Park will be the site of "Christmas in July," an event that will benefit the Sebastian Police ...
Exploring the lagoon
Sawyer Paschall, 7, looks at the other creatures caught and later released back into the pond. The Environmental Learning Center Summer Ecology Adventures summer camps offer children a look at the world around them and how it impacts their life every day. Campers as young as 4 learn about nature while older campers...
Some county-level property taxes to increase
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- During budget discussions last week, the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners approved a potential property tax increase of 2.3 percent for the upcoming year. In previous years, the county has attempted to keep the yea...
Future Warhols
Nina Nichols, 6, adds a feather to her Walter Wick creation. The Vero Beach Museum of Art Summer Art Camp was filled to capacity with children eager to learn about art and explore new ways to express their creativity. Programs included Space Age Race to the Stars, Arts Ahoy-Wet and Wild, Eye Spy: Art Detectives and...
Service organizations reach out to Fellsmere
FELLSMERE -- Close to 500 people received hunger relief in Fellsmere during a community outreach event last week. Fresh bread, produce and a variety of other foods were passed out by the boxful by Treasure Coast Food Bank's mobile unit as early as 9 a.m. at Grant Park, meeting a vital need in the s...
In the water
Olivia Gorian carries her catch back to the examination tubs....
Some Community Coach riders may lose ability to use transportation
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Beginning in August, some Medicaid patients in Indian River County may not be able to utilize the Senior Resource Association's transportation system due to changes in state legislation. Over the past several years, the Senior Resource Association's transportation system, Com...
Learning how to navigate
Sophia Lockhart and the Sundance cross the start/finish line during Friday's practice regatta. The Youth Sailing Foundation of Indian River County helps young sailors learn how to safely operate a sailboat and to sail on the Indian River Lagoon. Every summer, the YSF Summer Camps give hands-on instruction to young ...
College ranked one of state's most affordable
TREASURE COAST -- For the second consecutive year, Indian River State College has been rated as the fourth most affordable college in the country and most affordable of Florida colleges according to the U.S. Department of Education's College Affordability and Transparency Report released June 30. In addition, IRSC recently re...
Governor reminds residents to get a storm plan
TREASURE COAST -- Governor Rick Scott was joined today by state and local emergency management officials to remind Floridians that hurricane season has already started and now is the time to get a plan if they don't have one already. Hurricane season extends from J...
Walkin' on water
Scott Caviness, owner of Shark Bait Beach Gear Rentals, guides Meghan Hunter of Alexandria Va. through the anchorage on stand up paddle boards near the Vero Beach City Marina recently. Mr. Caviness also organizes dive trips on stand up paddleboards to the sunken steamship Breconshire, which lies northeast of Humist...

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