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More than 50 new businesses over past 5 years lead to parking issues

When a shop shutters downtown, the real estate is swiftly snatched from the market and reopened by a

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Sheriff and deputies deadlocked over pay raises

The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office and a union representing nearly 150 deputies are hopeless

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Neighbors worry about expansion of Vero Marina

City officials are attempting to quell the concerns of an island community group that redevelopment

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Vero Beach hit with power outage Thursday

VERO BEACH — More than 2,000 Florida Power & Light Co. customers were without power for close

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County set to crack down on use of recycling bins for garbage

County residents who are discarding trash – including soiled diapers and dead animals – in their

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Vero may annex oceanfront property, enabling developer to build condos

Condominiums could soon rise on a piece of oceanfront property located behind the CVS and 7-Eleven o

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Sears announces mass closures, including Indian River Mall

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Struggling retail giant Sears will close more than 20 stores nationwide late

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Judge to rule if ISIS supporter who threatened Vero attack fit to stand trial

A federal judge later this month will review the mental evaluation of a local ISIS sympathizer who t

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Leisure Square pool closure not final yet

The Vero Beach City Council last week told impassioned protesters that the decision to pull the plug

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Council considers building new City Hall at Centennial Place

What started as a casual, joking remark about relocating Vero Beach’s nearly 60-year-old, deterior

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County Commission votes to raise property taxes

Property owners in Indian River County will pay slightly more in taxes in the upcoming budget year d

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Can an inflow of ocean water clean up Bethel Creek?

County commissioners are hoping to persuade a Melbourne-based university to study whether flushing a