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Local educator named to top five in state teacher of the year competition
VERO BEACH -- The high quality of Indian River County teachers is once again getting noticed at the state level. Indian River County's 2015 Teacher of the Year Lyndsey Matheny, a science, technology, engineering and math teacher for second and third graders at Citrus Elementary in Vero Beach, was p...
An artistic eye
From left, Rena Coon, Leeora Sanchez, 8, Chad Berube and Zoe Sanchez, 12 took part in the Vero Beach Museum of Art Kidz Art Play Zone during Free Family Fun Weekend Saturday. The theme of the Kidz Art Play Zone was 'I Spy a Collage' in conjunction with Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos and Toys in the Attic exhibit openin...
Biotechnology classes coming to local high schools
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Two Indian River County high schools will be offering a new science and research program for students this fall. A new biotechnology program is being developed at both Sebastian River and Vero Beach high schools, complete with fully equipped lab space, according to a school d...
Helping the garden grow
Freddy Enek works hard to keep the Camp Haven vegetable garden healthy. Mr. Enek, who has been homeless since 2006, manages the hydroponics system that feeds and waters the garden every three-hours. He said Camp Haven is helping him 'get back on his feet.'...
Public hearing set for new Gifford industrial development regulations
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Members of the public will get another chance to comment on new regulations for industrial development in parts of Gifford on June 3. Members of the Gifford community and Gifford-based civic organizations have previously spoken of the need for regulations as it relates to ind...
County pays back state, FEMA but not without a fight
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The state coffers will be $1,731,742.37 richer next month due to Indian River County reimbursing the state for funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but county officials still plan to dispute the need for the reimbursement. In protest, Indian River County commis...
Going postal for hunger
Cindy Watson unloads postal boxes filled with food at the Sebastian Main Post Office Saturday, May10. Hundreds of volunteers gathered at the Sebastian Main Street post office on Saturday, May 10 for the 2014 National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Letter carriers picked up bag...
Applications down for mortgage assistance program
TREASURE COAST -- A state-run federal program that provides mortgage assistance to qualified Florida residents has been around since 2011, but knowledge of the program has yet to spread to the entire state population. Jon Lack, an attorney with Lack and Lack Charter in Indialantic, is a registered ...
Surf event brings waves to kids with special needs
TREASURE COAST -- If it wasn't for one South Florida organization, thousands of children with developmental delays might never experience the joy of surfing. Surfers for Autism, a nonprofit organization based in Boca Raton, has been introducing children and young adults with autism and other special needs to...

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