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Brevard County: Inaugural scavenger hunt benefits Alzheimer's Foundation
BREVARD -- Did you know that every 67 seconds, someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease? Through the hard work and dedication of a local organization, a first-of-its-kind fundraiser will take place next weekend. The Brevard County Alzheimer's Foundation will host the inaugural Space Coast......
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Indian River County: Oslo boat ramp expansion bad for environment, conservationists say
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The battle for the boat ramp at Oslo Road continues as one local nonprofit is asking the community to sign a petition to speak out against an expansion at the site. For several years, Indian River County has p......
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Martin County: Martin Commission passes tentative 2015 budget
MARTIN COUNTY -- County Administrator Taryn Kryzda drew up the $142.7 million budget after the Martin Commission requested she limit county departments to a two percent increase during the budget workshops held last July. Although she convinced the Martin County Sheriff's Office to cut an additional $266,000......
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St. Lucie County: IRSC in the running for $1M prize
TREASURE COAST -- Indian River State College is one of 10 state and community college finalists in a nation-wide review and could win a $1 million prize. More than 1,000 colleges around the U.S. were in the running for the Aspen Prize for Community Co......
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Volusia County: Manatees' endangered status under review
The West Indian Manatee, of which the Florida Manatee is a subspecies, may no longer be considered endangered according to federal law. So say a group of citizens and attorneys, but environmentalists beg to differ. This summer the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would conduct a review to determine whether the beloved b......
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