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George White

Melbourne Beachsider

Amid concerns, city outsources for water tests

Melbourne Utilities has hired an outside lab to test water lines to assure its 170,000 water custome

Melbourne Beachsider

SatBeach banks on big savings with deal for facility repairs, upgrades

Smaller cities like Satellite Beach often have to save up for years to make costly repairs to city b

Melbourne Beachsider

SatBeach targets litter – No ifs, ands or butts

Nobody likes to look at, smell or step on other peoples’ discarded cigarette butts, especially dur

Melbourne Beachsider

Overflow crowd demands answers on water quality

A packed house of concerned Melbourne Utilities water customers – many carrying samples of smelly

Melbourne Beachsider

Cancer fight gives Lagoon champion a new perspective

Being blessed with remission after 13 months battling Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Dr. Duane De

Melbourne Beachsider

Fancy financial footwork in new police station project

The Indian Harbour Beach City Council has found a way to build a $4.5 million police station without

Melbourne Beachsider

Water deemed safe despite traces of blue-green algae

Potentially toxic blue-green algae found July 18 in Lake Washington is a direct concern to beachside

Melbourne Beachsider

Tall Tales: Oceana Condos prompt questions on height restrictions

It’s obvious that the Oceana Condos now under construction are taller than other structures in Sat

Melbourne Beachsider

Some sound off on firefighters’ siren

In response to noise complaints, the Indian Harbour Beach Volunteer Fire Department is considering l

Melbourne Beachsider

Teamwork helps cops nab elusive shoplifting suspect

Cooperation between Melbourne police and beachside law enforcement agencies July 8 helped arrest a s

Melbourne Beachsider

Report will tackle design/safety issues on key corridor

A final report is being written on a three-year process by the Space Coast Transportation Planning O

Melbourne Beachsider

Lightning’s bite as big as its bark in MelBeach

After a single lightning bolt killed their five large palm trees, longtime Melbourne Beach residents