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Brevard County: Elementary students need help to get second chance
INDIALANTIC -- Everyone deserves a second chance, especially if their efforts are going toward a good cause. Indialantic Elementary School students are participating in a national campaign to save animals' lives, and need the help of Brevard residents to win an educational grant through the Mutt-I-Grees "America A......
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Indian River County: Archaeological dig set for January 2014
VERO BEACH -- The Old Vero Ice Age Sites committee is making progress toward their goal of searching for more clues of Vero Beach's past residents and lifestyles. Last week, the committee went to the proposed dig site to meet with the lead archaeologist for the......
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Martin County: Putting his best foot forward
PALM CITY -- All Jose Cotto was looking for was a little artistic flair to spruce up his daily routine. What he received was part of the ongoing community service that Mark Smith and Todd Harris, co-owners of Crown Collision Center in Palm City, have become known for. Mr. Cotto, a 46-year-old ......
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St. Lucie County: Bank renovates branch, revitalizes area
FORT PIERCE -- The St. Lucie County business community came out in force to Oculina Bank's open house recently celebrating the renovation of its Delaware Avenue branch at the corner of South Seventh Street and Delaware Avenue. "We really appreciate our customers and all the local business people who came out to celebrate with ......
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Volusia County: Orange City congregation welcomes, serves all
The very word mosaic implies an assortment of colored pieces, varied in shape and size, placed together to form a whole. The finished product typically is beautifully non-blueprinted. Recently, at a conservation-oriented community forum, MOSAIC Unitarian Universalist member Judy Raymond introduced herself as a "cranky citizen." Th......
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