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Stephanie LaBaff

People

Heap of timely help from ‘Head, Heart and Hands’

Indian River Club residents aren’t letting the coronavirus pandemic get in the way of the support

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Shores couple say they’ll return to cruising after COVID-19 all clear

Most of country may be on lockdown and social distancing may be the new norm, but one Indian River S

Real Estate

Easy to fall for this elegant, spacious home in ‘The Falls’

The bright yellow, British West Indies home at 2214 Falls Circle in The Falls at Grand Harbor puts a

People

Nimble nonprofit ‘UP’ to the challenge amid crisis

Things had really been looking ‘UP’ for United Against Poverty of Indian River County, especiall

Real Estate

Huge River Club luxury condo features beautiful design

The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 3,500-square-foot home at 801 N. Swim Club Dr. #2B in River Club at Car

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Vero Book Center using down time to spruce up store and prepare for reopening

Amid the COVID-19 chaos, businesses are scrambling to reinvent themselves in a fast-changing landsca

Real Estate

Pool home in ‘The Falls’ features an elegant interior

The home at 2217 Falls Circle in The Falls at Grand Harbor is entered through a tropical courtyard,

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United Way leads response of nonprofits to COVID-19

The nonprofit community of Indian River County is taking the disorder created by the COVID-19 pandem

Real Estate

‘Moorings’ home features elegant Georgian architecture

Elissa du Pont says “the views are spectacular” from her perch on the back porch of her home at

Real Estate

Enjoy resort lifestyle in turn-key Grand Harbor duplex

The owner of the 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home at 4831 S. Newport Island Dr. in Newport Island at Grand H

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John’s Island bridge player tests positive for novel coronavirus

Barbara “Pinky” Regan is known for her prowess at the bridge table, her love of gardening and ar

People

Kids take a joyous journey down ‘Literacy Lane’

The sun was shining, the birds were singing and a gaggle of children were happily reading, as the Le