People

Go Fish! Foundation redoubles efforts to get kids fit

The Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation is entering into a second decade of empowering children to li

Health

Whirlwind of activity at county hospitals during Irma

Indian River County’s two hospitals kept their heads above water during Hurricane Irma, continuing

Health

Take heart from benefits of moderate drinking

Here’s a little something you won’t find in the history books. When the 21st amendment repeal

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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

People

Humane Society calmly shelters pets before the storm

As residents of Indian River County anxiously tracked the approach of Hurricane Irma last week, Huma

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Sheriff’s Office ordered to pay $292,000 in auto lawsuit

A jury has awarded a Vero Beach woman $292,000 in damages for medical expenses and pain and sufferin

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Gruesome murder case to be retried at county courthouse

It was a Wednesday morning in early December when landscapers called police to report something they

Arts

Backus and forward: Museum taps Vero’s Adams as director

Marshall Adams, education director of the Vero Beach Museum of Art, has left to head Fort Pierce’s

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Membership up at Yacht Club after renovations

Three years ago, after seeing membership fall to an alarmingly low level, the Vero Beach Yacht Club'

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Hurricane Irma: It could have been worse

It was, the weather forecasters told us, the mother of all hurricanes – first a strong category fo

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Audit panel raps school bosses on health insurance

The Indian River County School District Audit Committee had tough questions for district administrat

Real Estate

Casa Bella home feels secluded but is close to everything

It’s rare when a home comes on the market in Casa Bella – a 36-home development off 41st Street,