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Ray McNulty

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Ocean Grill eases dress code for lunch, but not for dinner

If you’ve gone to the Ocean Grill for lunch the past couple of years, you might’ve noticed men w

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Could a lifeguard on duty have saved latest drowning victim?

Might 25-year-old Bogyu Choe, the South Korean flight student who drowned near South Beach Park on S

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Few showing interest in Vero City Council election

Quick, without looking: Name the eight candidates running for the two Vero Beach City Council seats

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Crab Stop restaurant moving to location of the former Cajun Cove

The Crab Stop is on the move, leaving its 14th Avenue location in downtown Vero Beach this week and

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Experts find big problems in school HR department

Interim Schools Superintendent Susan Moxley, who has done an impressive job of cleaning up the admin

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Still the king: Vero senior tennis player leads U.S. team to world championship

At age 85, Vero Beach’s tennis legend proved again last month that he’s still the king of the co

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School board member questions purpose of investigation: ‘What were they really looking for?’

School Board member Jackie Rosario said she doesn’t know what prompted an outside investigator to

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Colton, 72, to seek 10th term as State Attorney

At age 72, longtime Vero Beach resident Bruce Colton has decided to run next year for what would be

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It’s dumb. It’s against law. But few get a ticket

Three months after Florida passed its new law allowing police to stop motorists for texting while dr

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School district’s $20K probe that went nowhere

The school district paid an outside attorney more than $20,000 to conduct a five-month investigation

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Vero’s effort to provide hurricane relief to Bahamas continues to grow

Local attorney and avid fisherman Brian Connelly isn’t surprised by the generous and caring way Ve

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County Fire Marshall: Take down your hurricane shutters – even though another hurricane may come

More than two weeks have passed since Hurricane Dorian threatened Vero Beach, and many local homes h