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To reduce squawking, council approves new rules for backyard chickens

Backyard chickens are now allowed in Indian Harbour Beach under a relatively stringent permitting pr

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Upgraded tools boost capability of law agencies

Beachside law enforcement officers recently got some new tools to keep the public safe – both by a

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INLET AT 100: Putting $2M annually to good use

Sebastian Inlet District, celebrating its Centennial this year, currently receives about $2 million

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True extent of ‘miracle’ comes into focus for surf photographer

In a recovery nothing short of miraculous, longtime surf photographer Nathan “Nate” Adams of Mel

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Satellite Beach bans herbicide on city property

Leading by example to help the Indian River Lagoon, Satellite Beach City Council has prohibited city

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Sebastian Inlet at 100: Innovative management fueled development

Editor’s Note: This is the second of a series marking the 100th anniversary of the creation of the

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Community benefit seen in Zon’s expanded services

There are plenty of new amenities soon to be unveiled as part of expansions at Zon Beachside Assiste

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Backyard chicken policy: Indian Harbour Beach winging it for a year

Indian Harbour Beach borrowed a page from neighboring Satellite Beach’s book in what’s come to b

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‘A lot of people all worked together’

Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series marking the 100th anniversary of the creatio

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Embattled dog grooming biz’s new owner tries to turn page

A French family’s American Dream to purchase a Satellite Beach grooming business was in peril the

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‘Ace’ in this place: Indian Harbour Beach excited for new hardware store

The future of Indian Harbour Beach do-it-yourself projects is looking bright with the upcoming openi

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Groundwater study unclear on cancer concerns

A state Department of Health study of groundwater showed no evidence of contaminants that would caus