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Youth girls' soccer team sets out for three-peat
SATELLITE BEACH -- One competitive girls' soccer team is working to add another undefeated season to its record. The Satellite Beach Fireballs, an under-10 girls' team, begins its tournament season on Aug. 17. Colleen McNatt, who has coached the team for four seasons, will lead the charge. "I have been in...
Local museum to unveil articulated mastodon
MELBOURNE -- After 10 months of anticipation, the Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science is excited to welcome home a piece of history, dating back to the Ice Age. On Saturday, Aug. 17, the Brevard Museum will host the "Grand Unveiling of the Articulated Mastodon," from 6-8 p.m. Cocoa Mayor Henry P...
A sea-worthy marathon
Creating a spray of sand, a female loggerhead sea turtle, named 'Johnny,' makes her way to the ocean from the Barrier Island Center Sunday, July 28, as part of the annual Tour de Turtles marathon, sponsored by the Sea Turtle Conservancy. Johnny was found nesting in the early morning hours Sunday and was equipped with a trac...
'Space Coast' could change name, as way to boost tourism
BREVARD -- As a way to bolster tourism, the Space Coast may have to change its name, officials said. According to research performed by the Tourism Development Council, people from across the country and around the world are familiar with "Cocoa Beach," but they have trouble knowing where the "Space Coast"...
On the right track
Evan Meinert, 10, of Cocoa controls a toy train at the annual 'Trains, Trains, Trains' event, held at the Central Brevard Library in Cocoa Saturday, July 27. The track, set up Saturday by the Florida East Coast Railway Society, was 130 feet long. In the afternoon, children were allowed to operate the trains....
Art, creativity stays on course this month
MELBOURNE -- A semester of art classes and workshops at the Renee Foosaner Education Center of Florida Tech will start the week of Aug. 19. Sara Petrosky, curator of education for the Renee Foosaner Education Center, said that registration is now open for the courses, and those who wish to attend must regi...
Local thrift store raises money for those in need
BREVARD -- To help medical students further their education, a local thrift store is in need of community support to achieve its goal of raising $100,000 for local scholarships. "Our main goal is to fund scholarships for students, who volunteer at Wuesthoff Hospital or have family members, who work for th...
At the beginning of her journey
Sticking her nose out of her temporary home, a female loggerhead sea turtle, named 'Johnny,' makes her way to the ocean Sunday, July 28, from the Barrier Island Center, as part of the annual Tour de Turtles marathon, sponsored by the Sea Turtle Conservancy. Johnny was found nesting in the early morning hours Sunday and was ...
Police Department up for accreditation renewal
PALM BAY -- Palm Bay officials announced on Tuesday, July 23, that a team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation will examine all aspects of the Palm Bay Police Department for accreditation purposes. For three days following Aug. 13, the CFA will examine the department's policies, procedure...
Future conductor in 'train'ing
Heidi Sampson, 6, of Merritt Island controls a toy train at the annual 'Trains, Trains, Trains' event, held at the Central Brevard Library in Cocoa Saturday, July 27. The track, set up Saturday by the Florida East Coast Railway Society, was 130 feet long. In the afternoon, children were allowed to operate the trains....
New Central Florida dating site offers safe way to find a mate
BREVARD -- The Brevard dating scene now has a new online option for residents to meet their ideal mates in a safe and trusting way. CHECKEDmates is a new dating site, targeting the Central Florida area, which has partnered with one of the largest national background screening companies to verify user ident...
An artistic point of view
Isabella Venanzi, 10, of Melbourne Beach, adds her artistic touch to a mural at Barrier Island Sanctuary Center Sunday, July 28. The aquatic-themed mural was one of the activities for children, organized for the release of two loggerhead sea turtles earlier in the morning, as part of the Tour de Turtles marathon, sponsored ...
Aviation company to expand at Space Center
BREVARD -- Kennedy Space Center will further its push toward becoming a part of the commercial aerospace industry by the opening of an aviation safety company this year. BRS Aerospace will open a research-and-development operation for its global market in a former shuttle facility at Kennedy Space Center, ...
Pet of the week
A 13-year-old golden retriever/cocker spaniel-mix, 'Shyla' is the sweet angel of Ameigh Worley and Mandi Verderosa. Shyla's favorite things to do are take a ride in the golf cart, bring in the mail and do a 'Miss Piggy' impression for a cookie. Shyla is a rescue dog, battling recurrent cancer, and has given her owners 'more love and happiness than...

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