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School workers settle for small pay increase

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The Communications Workers of America union ratified their contract with a

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Perfect scores merit awards to students

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Perfection is rare and needs to be celebrated. The School District of Indi

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Charters finally get $3.3M settlement from School Board

A three-year legal battle came to an end last Thursday when the School Board agreed to pay nearly $3

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Audit panel raps school bosses on health insurance

The Indian River County School District Audit Committee had tough questions for district administrat

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Casa Bella home feels secluded but is close to everything

It’s rare when a home comes on the market in Casa Bella – a 36-home development off 41st Street,

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Achievement gap in schools getting worse

The achievement gap between black and white students in the Indian River County School District is g

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Longevity Fitness, in a surprise move, abruptly closes doors

Women who arrived at Longevity Fitness Club and Spa at 650 12th St. last week to work out or meet fr

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Light, bright home in desirable Isles of Waterway Village

Indian River County is ensuring the central part of the county, between State Road 60 to the south a

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School District’s budget draft hides some expenses

Taking the Indian River County School District tentative budget at face value is a mistake. Vero Be

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Zorc: School Board ‘voting blind’ on the budget

Indian River County School Board member Laura Zorc thinks the school district budget process should

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School Board has no questions about $30M in spending

The School Board at its Aug. 8 meeting preapproved $30 million in spending this next fiscal year wit

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Charters to finally get fairer share of tax dollars from School District

The five public charter schools in the Indian River County School District will get $2.1 million mor