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Brevard County: Former astronaut explores jazz music, performs locally
BREVARD -- After conquering space, former astronaut Capt. Winston Scott intends to explore the experimental world of jazz music with his band. The Foosaner Art Museum at the Florida Institute of Technology will host the Florida Tech Jazz Syndicate, which will feature Capt. Scott on trumpet, on Feb. 1 from ......
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Indian River County: Fellsmere gets hoppin'
FELLSMERE -- January in Fellsmere means more than a new year, it means thousands of pounds of frog legs fried to perfection and enjoyed by thousands of people. The 22nd annual Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival kicked off on Jan. 17 and continues this weekend with musical en......
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Martin County: Vacant lot turns into vegetable garden
STUART -- Okra, leafy greens and beds of vegetables now grow on a Stuart lot once strewn with trash and broken glass. For the past year, about a dozen community organizations -- including St. Monica's Episcopal Church, the Boys and Girls Clubs and Buildin......
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St. Lucie County: Finalists for School-Related Employee of Year selected
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- On the morning of Jan. 9, three St. Lucie County school employees were surprised when an entourage of district staff led by Superintendent Michael Lannon informed them they were finalists for the district's 2013 St. Lucie County School-Related Employee of the Year award. Stephanie Ludwig......
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Volusia County: Homebuilding on the rise locally
The housing market may be making a long-awaited comeback with the rise in construction of new homes. The trend can be seen around the state as larger metropolitan areas, such as Miami, Tampa and Orlando, have reported increases. Smaller metro areas, such as Fort Lauderdale also have seen the increase as has t......
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