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Brevard County: Community shows opposition to school closures
VIERA -- More than 1,000 parents and concerned residents have signed a petition in support of holding a special election to avoid the closing of four Brevard County schools. The petition, created by local activist group Save Brevard Public......
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Indian River County: Birders search for rare migrating bird
SEBASTIAN -- Humans are definitely a large percentage of the guests to visit Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Sebastian, but the kind of visitors that fly in on their own set of wings are also joyfully received. Last week, a human visitor from Vermont spotted a rare winged visitor from the ......
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Martin County: Teachers honored by education foundation
MARTIN COUNTY -- Three teachers out of a group of 22 nominees received recognition at the Education Foundation of Martin County's Teacher of the Year awards celebration, presented by Publix, which took place at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Congratulations to LaRhonda Brown, a Visual Arts teacher at Port Salerno Elementary,......
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St. Lucie County: Gardens will showcase plants from all over state
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- For one weekend, on Feb. 9 and 10, plants and trees of every size and shape will be available at the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens during its annual Botanica Garden Festival. This year is one of the biggest yet for the gardens, as more than 40 plant and tree vendors from all over the ......
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Volusia County: African American history is celebrated with education, events
Back in the 1970s DeLand's African American Museum of the Arts director, Mary Allen, was teaching in an inner city school in New Jersey. She remembers when February was designated as Black History Month. It was in conjunction with the nation's bicentennial celebration in 1976. President Gerald R. Ford urged Americans to "seize the......
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