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Cultural Council shines ‘guide’-ing light on Vero arts

Hurricane Irma left a waterlogged Riverside Park in its wake and with more rain in the forecast, org

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A crowded Wieners’ Circle at H.A.L.O. benefit

There was no question about “Who let the dogs out?” last Saturday afternoon at Pareidolia Brewin

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Critter-lovers in their element at ELC’s Estuaries Day

Unlike 2016, when Hurricane Matthew flooded the Environmental Learning Center with roughly 5 feet of

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Winding down – and stocking UP – at post-Irma party

Spirits were high last Friday evening as folks gathered for a Hurricane Irma After-Party at the Cost

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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

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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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Late summer tempest disrupts British troupe’s tour

Timing is everything, but unfortunately the timing didn’t quite work out this year for members of

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‘Love of Paws’: Caring for pets when seniors can’t

For the Love of Paws Senior Pet Sanctuary, a safe refuge for the displaced pets of senior citizens,

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Skimboarders shore up their skills at ‘Jam’ fundraiser

Beachgoers are often pounded by the surf, but that was just part of the challenge for the nearly 100

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Grants make R.E.A.L. difference at Wabasso School

Housed in a historic 1925 building, the Wabasso School is a special education center serving the uni

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Bank on Team Marine for an inspired United Way plan

The public portion of the United Way of Indian River County 2017-18 Annual Campaign will begin Oct.

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With graphic design skills, teens will make an ‘Impact’

The generous and forward-thinking women of Indian River Impact 100 are helping formerly abused, aban