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Thanksgiving run is growing tradition for many
VERO BEACH - Joanne Alexander's Thanksgiving traditions are no longer just about sitting around a table with a plateful of turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce and stuffing. She and her family now throw a little sweat into the equation. Ms. Alexander, her pomeranian, Tree-Tree, and several other member...
Retiring coach recognized for dedication, impact on students
SEBASTIAN - The outstanding accomplishments and influence of one man in the local athletic arena was recognized last week at Sebastian River High School. Longtime coach William Henry "Bill" Wilson was presented a plaque at halftime during the Sebastian River High School football game on Nov. 9....
Garden hosts artist's works
Acclaimed glass artist Hans Godo Frabel walks through McKee Botanical Garden where more than 250 of his works will be on display during "Frabel Reimagined" through April 30, 2013.
Bioenergy center is making power
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Indian River BioEnergy Center in Vero Beach, the nation's first waste-to-ethanol plant of its kind, recently announced that renewable power is now in production. Yard trash could very soon power the DVD players, washing machines, microwaves and other electric items in homes ...
Erosion from Sandy, county-wide
City and county workers spent much of the last week of October repairing area beaches after Hurricane Sandy brushed the coast. Pounding waves and high winds eroded sand under the Conn Beach boardwalk all the way to the parking lot in some spots....
Sebastian, Fellsmere each have newcomer on council
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Fresh perspectives will soon grace the respective dais chairs of the Fellsmere and Sebastian city councils after voters chose one new political newcomer apiece. In Sebastian, Jerome Adams will take the seat vacated by Richard Gillmor. Mr. Adams, a supervisor in the information...
Inter-county, high-speed chase leads to arrests
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Three men suspected of burglary in four cities including Sebastian, were arrested and detained in Osceola County and are awaiting extradition to Indian River County. Raymone R. Brand, Marques R. Albert and Christian R. Lambs, all of Titusville, were arrested and face several f...
Art event benefits nonprofits
Professional chalk artist Lee Mobley lays out his work, "Frog Lick Ice Cream Girl" during the inaugural professional chalk art event to benefit Sun Up ARC and the Treasure Coast Community Health Foundation. Proceeds fund special dentistry and ophthalmologic procedures for clients. For more information call (772...
Museum hosts evening concerts
From left: musicians Dave Munday, bass, Richie Mola, drums, Maurice Sedacca, guitar and Ray Adams, keyboards, also known as SoulFege, wowed the nearly 100 jazz-lovers during Concerts in the Park at the Vero Beach Museum of Art Thursday, Nov. 1....
Incumbents retain council seats
VERO BEACH - Vero Beach voters elected to stay on the same path with their city council members this year. All three incumbents up for election, Mayor Pilar Turner, Vice Mayor Craig Fletcher and Councilman Jay Kramer were re-elected by voters from a field of seven candidates. Vice Mayor Fletcher wa...
New place to play
Leo Gonzales, left and Eli Miner of Play Space Services assemble a new piece of playground equipment at Jaycee Beach Friday, Oct. 26. The new equipment is made of 100 percent recycled materials made by EarthScapes....
Up & coming
Make reservations for animal event United Humanitarians of St. Lucie/Indian River County will host a low-cost spay/neuter event Nov. 26 at Dr. Dan's Animal Hospital located at 1624 14th Ave.in Vero Beach. Check-in time will be 8 a.m. The rates will be $40 for cats and $60 for dogs. Reservations must be booked by calling (772) 335-3786. Paddle...

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