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The keys to happiness in Vero Beach, according to Coastal Living magazine, can be found on your pers

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Contractors sued over collapse of Portales De Vero parking lot

A massive hole left behind after a 50,000-pound truck-mounted crane collapsed in the parking lot of

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Cleveland Clinic closer to putting Vero on its map: Hospital District deliberations

The Indian River County Hospital District’s 4-to-3 vote to enter into negotiations with Cleveland

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Long-awaited Shores cell tower to be delivered to site next Tuesday

The long-awaited Indian River Shores “monopine” stealth cell tower will be delivered by truck on

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Field seeking to take over Indian River Medical Center narrowed to one

After three years of ruminating on how to lift Indian River Medical Center out of financial decline,

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Cleveland Clinic closer to putting Vero on its map: IRMC Board deliberations

Two months ago, a starry-eyed Indian River Medical Center Board of Directors picked out Cleveland Cl

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Who will take over hospital? Final vote Tuesday

Marriage metaphors are getting a workout as Indian River Medical Center officials gear up for a fina

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Vero approves extra $200,000 for emergency beach repairs

Hurricane Irma’s appetite for Vero’s dunes at Conn Beach and Humiston Beach Park, on the heels o

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John’s Island real estate market hot after a record year in 2017

Realtors around town are talking about the bustling real estate market in John’s Island. “JI

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George Heaton strikes plea deal in Vero Beach Hotel financing scheme

George Heaton, developer of the Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, faces up to five years in prison after ent

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Speed bumps, but no road blocks, for Vero electric sale

No barricades have been thrown up yet to block the sale of Vero Beach electric to Florida Power &

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Vero Beach Rowing hires director to take club to the next level

As Austin Work drove east through Texas last Saturday, eager to embark on his new job as the full-ti