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Ray McNulty

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Major Milo Thornton: Best for undersheriff

If Sheriff-elect Eric Flowers is as smart and savvy as he wants us to believe, he’ll begin his rei

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Grand Harbor members reach tentative deal to take over club from developer

Grand Harbor members could acquire full control of the club’s facilities and operations by Dec. 1

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Grand Harbor members in sensitive talks with developer

One day after Grand Harbor members overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to take over ownership of the

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Brian Barefoot best to lead the School Board

If the other four members of the newest version of our School Board don’t nominate Brian Barefoot

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Outgoing school board chairman Laura Zorc pens education-related Op-Ed columns

You’d expect outgoing School Board Chairman Laura Zorc to excel at crunching numbers – She’s a

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900-home subdivision coming next to Vero Beach Outlets

A Coral Gables-based real estate developer is preparing to turn up the volume on the county’s buil

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Oceanfront property owners balk at beach repair easements

A change in the wording of letters mailed to oceanfront property owners last year backfired on the c

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Longtime head of mosquito control program to retire

Island resident Doug Carlson, the longtime, well regarded and highly paid director of the Indian Riv

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Grand Harbor developer, club members in showdown

Whether the command came from billionaire Carl Icahn or the executives running one of his subsidiari

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Chief mosquito fighter paid more than sheriff

As long as we’re not getting eaten alive – and we’re not – nobody pays much attention to the

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Strong slate of local lawyers seeks to replace retiring county court judge

Undersheriff Jim Harpring, State Attorney Bruce Colton’s daughter and a former Florida assistant a

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No daily tickets for next week’s Mardy Fish tennis tournament here

No daily general-admission tickets will be sold for the $10,000 Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation T