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Brevard County: Brevard County to help break world record
BREVARD -- Brevard County residents are encouraged to help break a world record this summer. On Friday, June 20, tens of thousands of people across the country will join together for a unified swimming lesson, in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the world's largest swimming lesson. The event is hosted b......
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Indian River County: Veterans visit Vero Beach for reunion
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Vero Beach and the surrounding area will have some new faces this weekend as veterans from around the country congregate for a special reunion. Frank Jencik, Vero Beach resident and Vietnam veteran, organized a 24th reunion celebration for more than 50 of his brothers-in-arms......
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Martin County: Nonprofit organization unveils new community center
MARTIN COUNTY -- More than three dozen people gathered in Stuart June 12 to celebrate the grand opening of the Martin County Community Center of the Children's Home Society of Florida. Sabrina Barnes, executive director of the statewide nonprofit organization devoted to helping children and families, officia......
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St. Lucie County: Highwaymen show, sale features historic art
FORT PIERCE -- In the 1950s, a group of African-Americans found a way for people to love their art, peddling it from trunks and roadways. They became known as The Highwaymen. According to FloridaHighwaymen.com, their humble beginnings, from work on Upson board and crown molding frames, provided Fl......
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Volusia County: Snake bite business growing in DeLand
Carl Barden of the Reptile Discovery Center in DeLand is allergic to snake venom. "It's like a bad joke," Mr. Barden said. Nevertheless, he extracts the dangerous substance from about 300 snakes a week at the center just east of DeLand off of U.S. 92. The former airline pilot, and zookeeper, is living his dream. "This was always t......
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