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Brevard County: Ten-year-old inspired to give back
Elijah Maltbie is much like a typical 10-year old. He enjoys video games, skateboarding, riding his bicycle, reading and playing with his dog and adopted cats. But, unlike the average kid his age, he was born with a brain tumor and has spent countless hours in hospitals dealing with the after effects of chemotherapy. He’s in remission, and doesn’t ......
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Indian River County: Youth baseball comes back swinging
VERO BEACH -- Babe Ruth helped more than 400 Indian River County youth ballplayers get back on the diamond this season, well, the Babe Ruth League, that is. Instead of youth baseball teams affiliated with Little League Baseball, Vero Beach and the surrounding area has 33 teams in the Babe Ruth Leag......
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Martin County: 'Green Team' gets attention of White House
PALM CITY -- Twenty-five students from Palm City Elementary took a stand for the Indian River Lagoon and their message made it all the way to the White House. The Palm City Elementary School Green Team, a group of kindergarten to fifth grade students who care about the health of the environment, just couldn'......
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St. Lucie County: Ambassador, former member of Congress share thoughts at celebration
TREASURE COAST -- Could you imagine going on a 22-day hunger strike to draw attention to the needs of hungry people in the United States and around the world? Or traveling to Ethiopia during the great famine in the mid-80s and witnessing hundreds of deaths due to hunger? Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and leading advocat......
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Volusia County: DeBary hopscotch court is creative exercise
You just can't retire from creativity. And that's a good thing for DeBary residents who, courtesy of the work of fellow citizens, and the tutelage of artist Vera Rekstad, will soon get a hopscotch court, like no other. Ten mosaic blocks and "home base" are being created at the Gateway Center for the arts in weekly workshops led by......
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