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Brevard County: Sister City Program bridges cultural gap
BREVARD - In order to truly understand another's culture, one must first meet its people, explore its land and research its history. This is the concept behind the Sister City Program of Cocoa. While it is based in Cocoa, the program has ties throughout Brevard County and is an affiliate of Sister Cities International, which was created during ......
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Indian River County: Space exploration focus of event at college
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Children have held the market on curiosity for generations, but a NASA rover on Mars is looking to take that spot. On Aug. 6 at 10:30 a.m., the Indian River County Main Library and the Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will present "Curious about Curiosity: A Celebration of Mars Exploration." The event will ......
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Martin County: Ridership triples on free bus service
MARTIN COUNTY - An expanded route, new buses, free rides and rising gas prices for motorists are among several factors boosting the popularity of Martin County's public transit system. Riders are boarding public buses in record numbers for free rides to shopping centers, the local Indian River State College campus,......
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St. Lucie County: County receives international attention
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - The week of July 16 through July 20 was a busy one for county officials as they hosted a representative from Hiroshima, Japan. Naomi Maki is the assistant director of Japan's Local Government Center in New York. She was interested in learning about the different programs the county has de......
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Volusia County: Food center: Demand up, supply down
DELAND - Summers are always hard on the Neighborhood Center, but this one's worse than any in memory. Requests for food have been sharply increasing, while the supply had been rapidly decreasing. "It's the perfect storm for food," Susan Clark, executive director, said. The center, at ......
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