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U.S. Supreme court asked by county to hear last-ditch Brightline appeal

Indian River County’s legal challenge against the Brightline passenger rail extension is an “exc

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Natural gas won’t be coming soon to Vero’s barrier island

Residents in Indian River Shores recently found questionnaires in their mailboxes asking if they wou

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St. Ed’s starts football practice but cancels season opener

The St. Edward’s football team’s season-opening home game on Sept. 25 has been canceled because

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First Covid-era football game at Billy Livings Field won’t be same

Vero Beach High’s vaunted football team prepared to kick off its first season of the COVID-19 era

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Domestic violence has spiked in county since start of pandemic

Domestic violence has spiked in Indian River County since the start of the coronavirus pandemic as a

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Sebastian River hospital fights to fill patient beds

As Sebastian River Medical Center braced for the financial strains of a pandemic and tried to finish

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Best time of the year for surf anglers has arrived with the ‘mullet run’

From now through mid-October is the best time of the year if you are a nearshore or surf angler fish

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Vero police suspended enforcing beachside parking limits

Vero Beach police have stopped enforcing time limits on parking spaces in the beachside business dis

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Beachside salons, spas hoping for a surge in October

When salons and spas were finally allowed to reopen after stay-at-home mandates were lifted for the

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COVID-19 cases on island drop to summer low

Vero’s barrier island communities have had the lowest number of new coronavirus cases for a three-

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Cut in state funding reduces services to special needs adults

The Arc of Indian River County, a nonprofit that provides job training, group homes and other servic

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Vero Beach City Council decides to focus on riverfront development costs

NEWS ANALYSIS — Vero Beach officials have decided to nail down many of the costs of the city’s p