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School Board sued over body slam by a wrestling coach

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Irma destroyed up to half of Indian River citrus

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Fewer homes for sale than usual on oceanfront

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70% of marked turtle nests washed away by Irma

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Woman claims she was fired for reporting porn at school

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Irma did relatively little damage to docks on island

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Six candidates running for Vero Beach City Council

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Island man, called ‘mini-Madoff, ’ is facing life jail term

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PHOTOS: Hurricane Irma

The most remarkable thing about this six-page special section on Hurricane Irma is that there are no

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Abbott’s Frozen Custard victim of eminent domain

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Steve Mulvey, passionate founder of Quail Valley Golf & River Club, dies

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Charters finally get $3.3M settlement from School Board

A three-year legal battle came to an end last Thursday when the School Board agreed to pay nearly $3