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Brevard County: A weekend of culture awaits at Wickham Park
BREVARD -- Whether you're into Bollywood, delicious spicy foods or just looking for a little culture on the Space Coast, India Fest has something for you this weekend. The annual festival, slated for Saturday, March 8 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Marc......
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Indian River County: Historic Dodgertown brings in the crowds
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Between umpires, international baseball teams and a wedding party, the staff at Historic Dodgertown are seeing a lot more traffic these days. This week marked the official start of high school and college spring training baseball gam......
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Martin County: Dogs receive chance at new life
MARTIN COUNTY -- Seven very happy dogs escaped certain death last Saturday thanks to Nala's New Life Rescue, Pilots and Paws, and a handful of warm-hearted animal lovers. Nala's New Life Rescue of Martin County, national organization Pilots and Paws, and local pet foster families came together at Witham Fiel......
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St. Lucie County: Exhibit brings faces to disease
TREASURE COAST -- More than likely, everybody knows somebody who has been affected by HIV. Whether it's a family member, someone you went to school with, or even yourself, HIV has impacted the lives of everyone we know. Some of those lives have been chronicled in a mobile Art Exhibition that is ma......
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Volusia County: Cole Bros. Circus has called DeLand home for more than 55 years
DeLand is unique in many ways, but one standout fact is residents don't say the circus is coming to town. It lives there. Busy hands were all about Cole Bros.' winter quarters Feb. 27. No longer do elephants trumpet and tigers roar on the 17 acres, once the Volusia County Fairgrounds, abutting the railroad tracks. Simple economic......
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