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Islander accused of murdering his wife struggles to represent himself in court

Asbury Lee Perkins, who is representing himself in his first-degree murder case, hasn't gotten any m

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Indian River Shores residents win battle to block sidewalk

The road through Indian River Shores might be repaved with good intentions, but not even the Florida

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New Shores Community Center coming along slowly

The original timetable for completing the Indian River Shores Community Center was overly ambitious.

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School district cheats employees on health insurance

When the county school district ran up a $7 million deficit in its self-insured employee health plan

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Vero Council election saga not over yet

Just when it seemed the Vero Beach City Council election mess couldn’t get any more baffling, a co

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MLB seen making Vero hub of youth programs

Peter O’Malley's lifelong affection for Vero Beach and connection to Dodgertown has been well-chro

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Beaches back to normal after unprecedented red tide siege

Photo by Leigh Green The island’s ocean beaches are again open, the sea air is fresh and clean,

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Indian River Land Trust restoring 30 acres of habitat along U.S. 1

Driving south on U.S. 1 past Oslo Road, you may have noticed cleared land with scattered piles of de

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No good outcome seen in bizarre Vero election saga

Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek could have quietly retired from 31 years on the bench on some easy, borin

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School District once again has to borrow millions to pay bills

The School District, which gets nearly $280 million a year from taxpayers, has run out of money agai

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From the air, it looks great. But maintenance problems abound

Among the still-unresolved issues in the county’s efforts to convince Major League Baseball to tak

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Rare jewelry heist in broad daylight jars The Moorings

Police continue to investigate last month’s theft of more than $50,000 worth of jewelry from a hom