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Ray McNulty

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Why don’t we see work being done on island road and bridge projects?

For weeks, Vero Beach 32963 readers have been phoning and emailing this newspaper asking why no work

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Mardy Fish donates $10,000 to backstop cancelled golf fundraiser at Windsor

Home-grown tennis star and current U.S. Davis Cup Captain Mardy Fish announced last week that he had

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Vero Beach auto dealerships ended up having good year

While COVID-19 continues to put a strain on businesses throughout the Vero Beach area, the owners of

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Our leaders at all levels should have been better prepared for rollout of vaccines

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been hearing from many of you, particularly seniors increasingl

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FBI agents seek to question former Mayor Jay Kramer

Former Vero Beach Mayor and current Indian River County Republican Executive Committee Chairman Jay

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Deputy, fired here for pepper-spraying inmate, once handcuffed Mike Wallace after traffic stop

The corrections deputy arrested and fired by the Sheriff’s Office last week for pepper-spraying an

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School Board: Don’t be bullied by anti-maskers

Don’t be bullied. That’s my advice to you, our School Board members, who are under attack fro

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Lasorda’s death brings coda to our Dodgers era

On Friday night, hours after news of Tommy Lasorda’s death began making headlines around the baseb

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Major golf, tennis charity events here altered in response to pandemic

The recent spike in COVID-19 cases locally has prompted organizers of three of Vero’s popular annu

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Vero should move forward with development of lagoon-front property

The “Keep Vero Vero” crowd looks at the 35 acres of lagoon-front property at the intersection of

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Hawk’s Nest golf course now ranked one of Florida’s best

For the first time since The Moorings acquired financially troubled Hawk’s Nest in 2015, the mainl

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High-ranking Sheriff’s Office official, cleared of criminal wrongdoing, retires

A report from the state attorney's office last month revealed that then Undersheriff Jim Harpring wa