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Brevard County: Brevard teacher fights battle with rare disease
BREVARD - As a physical education teacher in Brevard, Jason Whitworth has dedicated many years of his life to ensuring children in the community remain healthy and active. But in September 2011, the 41-year-old husband and father was diagnosed......
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Indian River County: Paddling for lagoon awareness
TREASURE COAST - Justin Riney of Vero Beach has played in the waters of the Indian River Lagoon since childhood. Last week he literally stood up to raise awareness for the aquatic east coast gem. Mr. Riney organized Stand Up for the Indian River Lagoon to bring the environmental, ecological and economi......
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Martin County: Adult hockey league thriving
MARTIN COUNTY - By day, Andre Lambros is a financial advisor at Wells Fargo in Stuart. But come Thursday evenings, the 49-year-old asset manager laces up his skates to join members of the Martin County Adult Hockey League at the rink in Halpatiokee Park. There, he is known as "The Commish," the head of a thriving h......
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St. Lucie County: Children can turn in candy for cash
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - While children all over the county will go out on Oct. 31 dressed to trick or treat, two dentists' offices are offering to take some of the sugary burden off their hands the next day. Both Ardalan Pediatric Dentistry and Dermody Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics are taking part in "Cas......
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Volusia County: Election office cleared for takeoff
DELAND - Early voting starts on Saturday, Oct. 27. The barricades should be gone in front of the old courthouse and the absentee ballots in mailboxes. Those ballots were delayed this year. If the absentee ballots still aren't in mailboxes, Supervisor of Elections Ann McFall said voters can feel free to h......
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