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Brevard County: Business news - Beaches
Brevard Schools Foundation awarded $125,000 grant from BB&T for homeless students More than 1,600 students, identified as homeless by Brevard Public Schools, will have the opportunity to benefit from the support they need to enroll, attend, and succeed in school through a $125,000 grant from Branch Banking & Trust (BB&T) Corporation. BB&T provid......
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Indian River County: Walk-in center extends holiday hours
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- In anticipation of the holidays and influx of seasonal residents, Indian River Medical Center has extended hours and increased physician staffing of its two walk-in care centers, located in Pointe West in Vero Beach and in Sebastian. Both are now open Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturd......
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Martin County: Chiropractor uses conventional techniques to eliminate pain
MARTIN COUNTY -- It's Dr. Michael Henning's mission to eliminate pain and bring smiles back to his patients' faces in as little time as possible using so much more than conventional chiropractic techniques. He's one of as few as 100 chiropractors in the nation that can also say they're board certified neurol......
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St. Lucie County: Medical practice breaks ground
TRADITION -- Women's Health Specialists has officially broken ground in a significant expansion into St. Lucie County. The new construction is in support of the opening of Martin Memorial's Tradition Medical Center. "We are proud to support the community health care efforts Martin Memorial's Tradition Medical Center opening ha......
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Volusia County: You may ask, well, how did we get here?
A year ago, Volusia County was still somewhat in the grip of the Great Recession. Unemployment was at 8 percent and the abandoned buildings were still prevalent. The latest unemployment report shows Volusia at 6.3 percent in November and non-agricultural jobs are up 1,500, including 300 more jobs each in construction and manufacturing. Retail tra......
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