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Vero plastic surgeon leads groundbreaking clinical study

Vero Beach plastic surgeon by Dr. Alan Durkin, MD, has put our seaside town on the scientific map by

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Guardian ad Litem: A relentless advocate for kids

As difficult as it is to believe, more than 1,000 Treasure Coast and Okeechobee children are current

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County, Shores and Vero get $5 million for lagoon projects

Indian River County, Vero Beach and Indian River Shores have just received a total of more than $5 m

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‘Community Partnership’ game-changer for Dodgertown school

Thousands of Florida students arrive to school each day carrying the weight of the world on their li

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Coming Up! Entertainment options runneth over this week

Concerts, art, fashion and theater pave the path for a great next few days. So grab your mask (doubl

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Hal Du Pont: Remembered by shooters, photogs and cat lovers

The loss of 84-year-old Indian River Shores resident S. Hallock Du Pont Jr. last week was felt by ma

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Pandemic makes college planning a challenge for St. Ed’s seniors

St. Ed’s seniors making college plans for next year are contending with a challenging array of COV

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Cheers and brews at ‘Wing N’ Beer, Anyway Fest’

When news reached local brewers that the annual Florida Craft Brew & Wingfest hosted by the Sunr

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Shores town manager steps down due to health problems

Indian River Shores Town Manager Joe Griffin has resigned due to chronic health issues, not related

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Kimberly Thorpe: A meteoric life comes to an untimely end

The hundreds of people who showed up at Strunk Funeral Home last Friday during visitation for Kimber

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Throwback: Potter extraordinaire’s talents rooted in history

Walford Campbell is a master potter and sculptor in clay whose works speak to his command of materia

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St. Ed’s gets kick out of successful boys soccer season

St. Ed’s varsity boys soccer team was one game away from vying for the Class 2A state championship