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Lisa Zahner

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Vero to get electric sale contract next week

Florida Power & Light and Vero’s attorney plan to have a draft of a formal contract for FPL to

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70% of marked turtle nests washed away by Irma

About 70 percent of the marked turtle nests in Indian River County were washed away by Irma’s high

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Six candidates running for Vero Beach City Council

November’s City Council election is shaping up to be a contentious – and consequential – conte

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Anti-sale Council faction still seeks to block electric deal

As a massive storm churned toward Florida last week, and residents started to stock up, board up and

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New trial set for man convicted of attempted robbery

A man convicted of an attempted armed robbery at Leigh Jewelers on Ocean Drive in 2007 is getting a

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FPL moves massive equipment through streets in wee hours

What may be one of the largest vehicles ever seen in Vero Beach wound its way through the city in th

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Trial not near for accused killer of nurse Diana Duve

More than three years after Sebastian River Medical Center nurse and Moorings resident Diana Duve wa

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Electric sale moving forward; substation to be moved

Vero Beach officials expected to have an executed, written agreement with the Orlando Utilities Comm

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Fascination over sea turtles’ odd nesting behavior

Do sea turtles know we’re approaching the height of hurricane season? Amateur paleontologists in

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Do sea turtles know something we don’t about hurricanes?

Do sea turtles know something we don’t about what may be coming in the height of the current hurri

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Sale of FIT Marine Lab property has potential to be big win-win

The County Commission has submitted a proposal to purchase the defunct Florida Institute of Technolo

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Hopes rising over outlook for Vero Electric sale

A series of meetings over the past two weeks, including one executive-level session in Orlando invol