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Make personal health a priority
GIFFORD - A free women and teen girls health and beauty event is planned for this weekend. The Indian River County Health Department and other partners will bring "It's Your Time," a women and girls day of pampering and health...
Commissioners want fewer impact fees for businesses
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - County staff will be working on a new plan to present to county commissioners that lowers non-residential traffic impact fees, but first, it's going to be study time. During the Oct. 23 meeting, Indian River County commissioners heard a report from Bob Keating, community developme...
Sailing on Ocean Drive
Tommy Hammonds found the perfect use for Hurricane Sandy's high winds last Friday. He made his way from one end of Ocean Drive to the other on his skateboard powered by a sail made of two 30-gallon trash bags and a stick....
Agriculture commissioner tours packing house
Jessica Martinez, center, refills the labels on the BRIX sensor machine during a visit of Riverfront Packing by Adam Putnam, Florida's commissioner of agriculture Wednesday, Oct. 24. Dan Richey, left, CEO of Riverfront Packing, led the tour for Commissioner Putnam. The BRIX sensor is new technology that grades the ...
Piper to fill sky for final anniversary celebration
VERO BEACH - All of 2012 has been a year of celebration for Piper Aircraft and Nov. 9-11, the 75th anniversary party will finish it with an aviation extravaganza. That weekend, more than 50 airplanes - the majority of them Piper models - will descend from the skies to the ground in Vero Beach as owners...
Rough sailing, good time
For most people, fighting the high winds and rough water in the Indian River Lagoon due to last week's Hurricane Sandy wouldn't be much fun. But for 64-year-old Thomas Embro, that's just what the doctor ordered....
Red flags close beaches
Just about all of Indian River County beaches were closed last Saturday due to Hurricane Sandy causing high waves and dangerous rip currents. Beachgoers at Wabasso Beach found a no swimming flag, as well. That didn't stop treasure seekers from using metal detectors to find what the erosion may have uncovered....
River races to raise funds for nonprofit
SEBASTIAN - Kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddleboards and more will fill the St. Sebastian River on Nov. 17 for a day of racing. Recreational and competitive paddlers will come together for "Up the River with a Paddle," a fundraiser for By the River, a nonprofit senior living community in Sebastian. The ev...
Ready for the parade
Two-year-old Jaelyn Casalina gets some last-minute adjustments to her bumble bee costume from her mom, Melissa, just before the 54th annual Vero Beach recreation department Halloween parade Saturday....
Up & coming
Bank presenting roadshow Seacoast National Bank is bringing back the "Treasure Finders Roadshow" to benefit Harvest Food & Outreach, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Guests can call (772) 788-4627 for an appointment to present up to two items for appraisal. A $5 donation per item to benefit Harvest Food & Outreach Center is requested....

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