Arts

Church pipes up with spooky ‘Phantom’ show

While no one is expecting swarms of cute kiddies ringing doorbells in search of sweet treats this Ha

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ELC plans November groundbreaking on $1.3 million education and event pavilion

The Environmental Learning Center is on track to break ground on a $1.3 million pavilion and event o

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2 island students create music videos to uplift spirits of quarantined nursing home residents

Vero Beach High seniors Alissa and Brielle Serovich, twin sisters who live with their parents in The

Sports

The story of 2020 St. Edward’s volleyball is already a smash hit

Back in August, the first order of business for St. Ed’s volleyball team was simply getting on the

Health

3-D imaging tech earns all A’s from this orthopedic surgeon

Having problems with your shoulder caused by arthritis, a bone fracture, rheumatoid disease, a torn

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Wealthy ZIP codes go big for Biden – but not Vero island

While former Vice President Joe Biden has raised far more money than President Donald Trump from don

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Heaton family eyeing new beachside hotel in Old Riomar

Lee Heaton, son of Vero Beach Hotel & Spa developer George Heaton, has been laying the groundwor

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Commercial property owners, hit by pandemic, likely to see property tax reduction in 2021

Commercial property owners on the island and around the county whose businesses were hurt by the pan

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Irish-born surgeon named President, CEO of Cleveland Clinic Florida regional division

An Irish-born colorectal surgeon, Conor Delaney, has been named president and CEO of Cleveland Clini

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Longtime head of mosquito control program to retire

Island resident Doug Carlson, the longtime, well regarded and highly paid director of the Indian Riv

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New electronic records system disconnects patients calling Cleveland Clinic physicians

The launch of a new multimillion-dollar electronic health records and communication system recently

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Sebastian Inlet dune repair project set to start in December

The Sebastian Inlet District will begin repairing 2 miles of storm-battered dunes at the northern en