People

Patriotism pervades a moving Veterans Day Ceremony

Veterans and current members serving in the United States Armed Forces were honored during the Veter

People

March of Dimes cooks up a winner with gourmet to go

With large gatherings of guests dining together an impossibility, the March of Dimes pivoted its Sig

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Downtown Vero gets its first new office building in a decade

The first new Class-A office building in Downtown Vero Beach in more than a decade is going up on 20

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Vero researcher involved in COVID-19 drug trials

The news last week that the FDA had given emergency use authorization for a COVID-19 treatment drew

Real Estate

Orchid Island home offers ‘ultimate privacy and security’

The owners of the charming 3-bedroom, 4.5-bath courtyard home at 940 Orchid Point Way fell in love w

Arts

Marker’s magic: Exploring art’s limitless possibilities

Honesty and bold joy are at the heart of the works by artist Paula Marker. You can see that in the t

Real Estate

Well-kept Verolago estate home has room for a large family

With elegant roof lines, a broad pavered drive and lovely tropical landscaping, the 2-story residenc

Arts

Coming Up: Looking forward to ‘Reverse Christmas Parade’

It may not feel very much like the holidays are coming, but they are. One of the most fun events ass

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Senior organization launches a searchable website to link older residents with services

The seniors of Indian River County, along with their family members and caregivers, have a new resou

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Brackett lauded as ‘excellent choice’ as Vero Beach mayor

It was no shock when the Vero Beach City Council elected Robbie Brackett mayor Monday to lead meetin

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Incoming School Board members support mandatory mask rules

Incoming School Board members Brian Barefoot and Peggy Jones said they support mandatory facemask ru

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Grand Harbor members reach tentative deal to take over club from developer

Grand Harbor members could acquire full control of the club’s facilities and operations by Dec. 1