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Brevard County: Ocean View Fitness supplies seclusion to reach fitness goals
INDIALANTIC -- With a view of the ocean from an exclusive room, located at the top of a building in Indialantic, Joel Danford helps his clients achieve their personal goals further than they ever imagined. "My goal is to help people," said Mr. Danford, the owner of the 24-hour private, personal training fa......
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Indian River County: Retirement community names new consultant
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Indian River Estates, an ACTS Retirement-Life Community in Vero Beach, Florida, announced the addition of Deborah Chastain as a Life Care Consultant. Ms. Chastain will meet with prospective ......
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Martin County: Automotive center offers personal touch
By Anna-Marie Menhenott news@hometownnewsol.com STUART -- After Hurricane Andrew devastated south Florida, including Key Biscayne, coupled with the change of the area to eminent domain, Anthony Greco Sr. decided it was time to sell the family automotive business and move north. After taking up residence in Jupiter, the Grecos decided to take a ......
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St. Lucie County: Beauty salon offers more than just a hair cut
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Whether it's time for a cut and color, polished nails or a facial, Hair Trends in Port St. Lucie has the service covered. Since opening her salon in September, 2009, Karen Seaboyer has prided herself on offering a full menu of quality services for any hair type. "We have a very e......
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Volusia County: Local government needs to start hiring
It's time for local government in Volusia County to get back to hiring, but it shouldn't take massive tax hikes to get there. In the latest employment report from the state, local government was down 600 jobs in August from August 2012. That's actually an improvement, because it has been even more. Some of the tax increases municipal governments ......
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