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Brevard County: Participants take trek back in time at Re-Run 5K
MELBOURNE -- Even from a young age, there are few things that compare to the excitement of dressing up in fun costumes and old clothing. And on March 23, the Junior League of South Brevard will provide athletes of all levels an opportunity to do exactly that -- all while giving back to the community. The League is......
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Indian River County: Nonprofit looks for energy savings for the community
SEBASTIAN -- An energy conservation home makeover could be as close a telephone call away. The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce recently provided a nonprofit organization with space in their building to run a satellite office to help residents and business owners evaluate their energy efficie......
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Martin County: Scientists look for reason behind beached whales
MARTIN COUNTY -- On the afternoon of Sunday, March 4, two whales were discovered to have beached themselves on Jensen Beach. The beaching was responded to by staff from the Marine Mammal Research and Conservation Program of the Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute as well as o......
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St. Lucie County: Plans for new recycling program takes step forward
FORT PIERCE -- With the recent approval for the purchase of 5,000 64-gallon recycling carts, the commission has moved one step closer to a city-wide recycling program. The purchase, which cost the city $222,150 ($111,075.00 from Waste Management and $111,075 from Solid Waste Department), will provide ......
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Volusia County: Early spring, late winter could hurt citrus crops
Sustained freezing temperatures in late February and early March are the exact opposite of what citrus growers want. But that's what they got in Volusia County, even after citrus trees had sprouted green buds and boasted some already-open blossoms containing the next crop of fruit. Steve Crump, a fourth-generation citrus grower, s......
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