People

At Hunt for Hope, a pink-y promise to educate about IBC

A pink hue settled over Sebastian recently, as folks set out for the sixth annual Hunt for Hope Flor

Health

Shot of confidence: Why this flu vaccine may work better

The Florida Department of Health is adamant. Everyone should get vaccinated for influenza by the end

Health

Surgeons favoring tourniquet-free knee replacements

Everybody has heard of tourniquets. In cases of traumatic bleeding a tourniquet can save your life.

People

ORCA recruits team for lagoon ‘living shoreline’ project

From the beginning, the Ocean Research and Conservation Association has taken a collaborative approa

People

County agency on front line of substance-abuse fight

According to a Surgeon General’s Report on Facing Addiction in America, “the number of people wi

Arts

Anticipation soaring for ‘Symphony Youth Orchestra’

The talk at Faith Viera Lutheran Church was of bowings, beats and measures, tempos, codas, sharps an

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Vero man arrested for trying to sell homemade bomb

“Vietnam meets ISIS.” That’s how a 35-year-old Vero man described a homemade bomb he offered t

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Mardy Fish tennis tournament returning to Boulevard

Vero Beach’s annual pro tennis tournament is moving down the street – again. With a larger pu

Arts

Coming Up: Behold oodles of art at ‘Autumn in the Park’

Always a pleasant and popular early fall event: It’s the Treasure Coast Pilot Club’s “Autumn i

Arts

‘Access’ the wonders of Riverside like never before

From Broadway-quality productions to better-than-Broadway comfort, Riverside Theatre has long set it

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Publix moving slowly ahead on north island supermarket

As of Monday, Publix still hadn’t submitted an application to build a much discussed shopping cent

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Old guard makes late bid to thwart Vero electric sale

The sale of Vero Beach electric to Florida Power & Light might represent the city’s future, bu