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Speeding tickets in Vero soar, crashes way down, in 2020

Vero Beach police officers wrote 1,052 speeding tickets in 2020, compared to only 696 the year befor

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Do we need a ‘Brady List’ here to track problem officers?

Fewer than half of Florida’s 20 state attorneys compile and maintain a “Brady List” – a coll

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Closure of Wabasso Beach Park for repairs delayed by high tides

Residents and tourists will be able to keep swimming, surfing and sunbathing at Wabasso Beach Park f

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Renovated Village Beach Market back at last

By the time you read this story, the Village Beach Market should be open for business again after a

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For those not quite 65, wait for a shot not easy

As the coronavirus pandemic moves toward the one-year mark in Florida, I finally went to a local pha

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Mardy Fish Foundation tennis championships rescheduled from late April to mid-October

The 2021 Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation Tennis Championships have been rescheduled from April to

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Buyer emerges for historic Patio restaurant downtown

The Patio, the iconic Vero Beach restaurant that was closed and put up for sale in May, is under con

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Vero’s country music star Jake Owen is a hit on big screen, too

Even as his latest single, “Made For You,” continues to climb the country music charts, Jake Owe

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John’s Island golfers bankroll teaching pro’s PGA dream

John’s Island assistant golf pro Tyler Collett doesn’t need to worry about his expenses as he pr

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Charges dropped against man arrested by deputy who later shot Teel

A prosecutor dropped all eight criminal charges – three felonies and five misdemeanors – against

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Will hidden-camera videos from prostitution-sting be destroyed?

Will a federal court’s order that hidden-camera videos taken of New England Patriots owner Robert

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Much-admired deputy Teddy Floyd to retire

Year after year, in good times and bad, Sheriff’s Deputy Teddy Floyd was there for them – handin