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Brevard County: Zoo celebrates 20th anniversary, 'Brick-Day'
BREVARD -- Twenty years ago, 70,000 students from all over the Space Coast were given a special opportunity, which laid the foundation for the Brevard Zoo. These students created special bricks -- some decorated with stones, initials and their names -- that would create the walkways for the Zoo. To this d......
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Indian River County: Building a future with plastics
VERO BEACH -- If a 30-pound spool of bright yellow filament showed up at your doorstep, could you turn it into a crown, a vase, or a flying object? Vero Beach High School senior William "Taylor" Norman of Vero Beach and his family have a hobby-turned-garage-business that can do just that with the h......
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Martin County: Teacher of the Year honored
MARTIN COUNTY -- For Patricia Morris, 11th and 12th grade reading teacher at Jensen Beach High School, it's always been about the students. She loves them like her own and everyone knows it. It's that passion for teaching that earned her Martin County's Teacher of the Year award last Friday, for which she wa......
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St. Lucie County: New city manager has great expectations for city
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Jeff Bremer has a vision for the city of Port St. Lucie. The newly sworn in city manager feels that a consistent level of leadership throughout the city will move the area forward. "I'm truly excited to be in this position," Mr. Bremer said. The community celebrated Mr. Bremer's swearing in on Wednesday......
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Volusia County: Volusia Buddhist Fellowship growing
Despite the cold and rain, 16 people left the cozy comfort of their homes the night of Jan. 29 to attend the regular meeting of the Volusia Buddhist Fellowship in DeLand. The glow of a single lamp at the front of the room, the wafting scent of incense and the calm -- to a question mark -- man in a black robe set the tone for renew......
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