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Shores cell tower work begins; Vero tower will be coming down

Just as site-clearing work finally began last week for the long-awaited cell tower in the Town of In

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Hopeful hospital suitors present acquisition plans

In 1932, a 29-year-old nurse from Nebraska shelled out her own cash for a hotel gone bust and turned

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Island retailer Jay McLaughlin launching mainland pizza spot

Like their J. McLaughlin resort wear line that reinterpreted traditional clothing’s heraldic patch

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Night council meetings: Possibly a good move, badly done

News Analysis — Four Vero Beach City Council members decided last week to move all regular busines

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Year after son died, Joe Graves prays for Christmas miracle

Nearly a year after his 15-year-old son died in a boating accident in the Indian River Lagoon, Joe G

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Negligence suits piling up against Vero nursing home

Severe skin infection. Malnourishment. Poor hygiene. Wrongful death. All charges made against Consul

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Sheriff wanted to charge shooter in road-rage killing

Sheriff Deryl Loar said his detectives "truly wanted to make an arrest" in the aftermath of the dead

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Sewage spill into lagoon worse than early reports

The amount of sewage that poured from a pressurized pipe into the Indian River Lagoon was more than

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School Board to take more hands-off role

Despite many serious challenges and pressing problems, the School Board just voted to hold business

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Modernism homes taking hold in Vero

Modernism has arrived in Vero Beach in a big way, with a number of impressive modernist homes recent

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Judge says drug and mental health courts are highly effective

Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Cox says problem-solving courts here are some of the best in the state,

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Sticker shock on mainland from new home prices

Island buyers are used to homes priced at half a million dollars or more, but mainland buyers are no