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Brevard County: Dr. Priest helps patients understand and overcome their chiropractic needs
MELBOURNE -- Since 1983, Dr. Gregory Priest has loved what he does for a living. "I don't ever see myself retiring," he said. "I may work less the older I get, but I never can see myself actually retiring. I love what I do." At Priest Chiropractic, patients can receive an informative diagnosis, as well as ......
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Indian River County: Reinventing manufactured home decor
VERO BEACH -- Personalizing a living space, even a smaller space such as a manufactured home, doesn't have to be a chore with the help of decorator Pam Bristol. Ms. Bristol, most recently of Connecticut, came to Vero Beach last year and brought all her decades of decorating experience with her and ......
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Martin County: Surgeon to speak at national conference
STUART -- Avron Lipschitz, a board certified plastic surgeon serving the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches, has been invited to speak at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons national conference. The conference, held in San Diego this October, is the most prestigious meeting of plastic surgeons in the country. Dr. Lipschitz ......
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St. Lucie County: Center welcomes new advisory board president
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Hibiscus Children's Center is pleased to welcome Charles Grande as president of the St. Lucie County Advisory Board. Mr. Grande will lead the board in overseeing the fundraising efforts and advocating for children in the St. Lucie community. The Hibiscus Community Outreach Office located in Fort Pierce hou......
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Volusia County: Volusia needs more manufacturing
Manufacturing in Volusia County has taken a big hit in the past five years, dropping more than 2,000 jobs. At its peak, Volusia had 10,800 people employed in manufacturing and, as of August, it was at 8,600. That was, at least, up 200 jobs from the previous year. But it's a far cry from what the county needs. I've always maintained that Volusia n......
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