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Real Estate

Sleek, well-designed house will attract minimalists

Over the past two years, Delores and Derek Brieske have transformed the house at 4460 12th St. SW in

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County sues to establish public access to Summerplace beach

Indian River County filed a lawsuit Nov. 30 seeking to establish public access to a 2,000-foot stret

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Land-use swap means new possibilities at 41st and U.S. 1

The Indian River County Commission held a public hearing and then approved a land-use swap at its No

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New School Board declines to rubber stamp Rendell’s demotion of CFO

The new, post-election School Board seems more prepared than the prior board to keep an eye on Super

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Open, airy house offers gracious living, lake views

Theresa Bartuccelli, looking to relocate her family from the cold and cramped north, went about it i

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Water rates to go up in the county for many in new year

The Indian River County Commission approved new utility rates at the Nov. 13 meeting, although it mu

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Commissioners clash over alleged conflict of interest

Four members on the Indian River County Commission agreed the fifth member, Tim Zorc, has the appear

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Superb design, river views distinguish Sebastian home

Those more at home on a deck than dry land may be drawn to the house at 6210 109th St., which is as

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School district cheats employees on health insurance

When the county school district ran up a $7 million deficit in its self-insured employee health plan

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Coveted villa model comes on the market at Pointe West

If the award-winning Pointe West development could go back in time, undoubtedly more “villas” wo

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Vero AutoHaus: Secure storage using ‘tilt-wall’ method

Owners of valuable objects – a beloved Rolls Royce, a Grady-White boat, a Winnebago RV, a grandfat

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School District once again has to borrow millions to pay bills

The School District, which gets nearly $280 million a year from taxpayers, has run out of money agai