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Brevard County: Brevard Aid to Animals educates, helps and loves
MELBOURNE -- Since she was a teenager, Jamie Casanova has wanted to save animals. "My mom ran a clinic," she said. "There are more animals than there are homes, so it is so important to educate the public on spaying and neutering." To realize this goal......
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Indian River County: Take control of your credit score seminar on June 11
For Hometown News VERO BEACH -- Seacoast National Bank announced that enrollment is open for its upcoming "Take Control of Your Credit Score" workshop, which is scheduled from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on June 11, at 1206 U.S. 1 in Vero Beach. Seacoast's Gene Broome, a community lending officer, will present this credit seminar, which is useful for consum......
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Martin County: Pet World offers more than just supplies
STUART -- Craig Thibodeau grew up with dogs, and is now dedicating his life to making sure his four-legged friends get the best treatment in town. Since opening their doors on April 1, Pet World is steadily making an impact on the community. From the latest in healthy dog and cat food, to pet boar......
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St. Lucie County: Antique store offers eclectic choices
FORT PIERCE -- When customers step into Hidden Treasures Antique Mall, hopefully they have cleared their schedule for at least a couple of hours. That's how long it will take to walk through the 20,000-square-foot, two-level store that offers choices from a $1 pocketknife to a $5,000 piece of furniture. "Th......
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Volusia County: Empty buildings filling void in economy
Nothing says economic improvement like empty buildings getting new use and hopefully we'll see a lot of it in the next few months. Everyone who likes to dine on the Halifax River should give JC's River Deck a try at 115 Main St. in Daytona Beach. Originally The Wreck, a few restaurants have gone through the......
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