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Brevard County: Elvis tribute to benefit Brevard's homeless veterans
BREVARD -- According to the Brevard County-based nonprofit National Veterans Homeless Support, there are about 600 homeless veterans living in Brevard. "To think that there's stuff like that going on in the United States - it's just so wrong, especially because these people shed blood for us," said Ja......
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Indian River County: Volunteer judges sought for regional science fair
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Patient, kind and science-loving folks are needed as judges at the 21st annual Indian River Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Feb. 2. Volunteer judges are especially needed for the elementary-age student projects, said Cynthia Falardeau, executive director of the Education......
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Martin County: Martin County High School grad is area's new vet
PALM CITY -- When he was 10 years old and working toward a Boy Scout badge for veterinarian science, Jason Giovando discovered his future career path. Now, at age 34, he is among the area's newest veterinarians, having returned from the University of Tennessee with a freshly minted doctorate of veterinary medicine ......
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St. Lucie County: Bus window shot, passenger injured
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Police are looking for help with a recent shooting that involved a Greyhound bus in the early morning of Dec. 30. Florida Highway Patrol responded to a report of a window reportedly being shot out of the bus while it was traveling on Florida's Turnpike near mile marker 155. "The Florida Hi......
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Volusia County: One-Stop will offer more tools, services in new location
The sun climbed higher, bringing welcome warmth to the last day of 2012. Minimum-wage workers would get 12 cents more an hour starting the next morning. And people hoping for better lives in 2013 streamed into the new One-Stop Employment Center in Orange City. Worry marked their faces. One-Stop manager Joe Hancock and a 34-member ......
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