People

Bridge to Peace Concert & Unity Rally: Positively perfect!

America may be in turmoil, but on the Fourth of July locally, people came together at an inaugural B

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Island hotels having surprisingly good summer despite pandemic

From South Beach to Ocean Drive, island hotels and timeshare resorts are having a surprisingly good

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Kids and COVID-19: Pediatricians not sure what lies ahead if schools reopen

Children have been mostly out of circulation since March – no school, no play dates, no birthday p

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Schools say most kids here will return to their classrooms in August

Nearly 90 percent of Indian River County’s 17,000 students are expected to return to their classro

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Vero Beach High holds unique graduation for class of 2020

Vero Beach High School seniors who persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic were rewarded with uniqu

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County projects $5.5 million hit to revenue but no cut in services

The economic damage suffered locally from the coronavirus pandemic has put a noticeable dent in the

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Long-term care’s lonely lockdown extends to Sept. 5

As Florida’s governor focuses on reopening schools, he has also quietly extended the ban on visito

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Vero will rely on reserves to meet city’s budget needs

Every municipal budget in the Florida is in flux as the local-share numbers for sales tax and gas ta

Health

Glaucoma specialist joins New Vision eyecare team

Vero Beach’s New Vision Eye Center just added a new member to its ophthalmology team, Dr. Mohamed

Sports

Mersky signs off after 11 years at St. Ed’s

“Handed my keys in Monday (June 22), and Karen and I drove straight through from Vero to Lancaster

Health

Stitchin’ time: Vero plastic surgeon trains future suturers

All but forgotten in today’s COVID-19 headlines is the fact that many of today’s soon-to-be doct

People

Show of ‘Fourth’! Hundreds make Swim to the Wreck

As a hot sun rose over a perfectly calm ocean, swimmers, paddle boarders and kayakers gathered on th