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Stephanie LaBaff

Real Estate

Grand Harbor condo offers marina views, resort lifestyle

The fully furnished, two-bedroom, two-bath condominium overlooking the marina at 5520 N. Harbor Vill

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Community group advocates for mask-wearing during pandemic

Vero resident Tess Whelan seems to have a better sense than local governments what side of the mask

Real Estate

Spectacular views highlight this riverfront beauty

There is no need to “tiptoe through the tulips” at 511 Tulip Lane in Pelican Cove, one of three

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Vero Beach restaurants struggling to survive the pandemic

Four months into the coronavirus pandemic, local restaurateurs are experiencing a slowdown that grea

Real Estate

Golf course home exemplifies Grand Harbor lifestyle

“This is the best house I’ve ever owned,” says Raynor Reavis of the two-bedroom, three-bathroo

Dining

Southern Social has young new owner with Vero roots

When life returns to normal, someone new will be dishing up heaping spoonfuls of hospitality at the

People

Feed the Lambs still finding ways to enrich kids’ lives

With social interactions at a near standstill due to COVID-19 mandates, the landscape of children’

Real Estate

Enjoy endless water views from Ambersand’s sunny yellow house

It’s easy to get lost in the blues as you drive along A1A – blue water, that is. But as you head

People

Bridge to Peace Concert & Unity Rally: Positively perfect!

America may be in turmoil, but on the Fourth of July locally, people came together at an inaugural B

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Island hotels having surprisingly good summer despite pandemic

From South Beach to Ocean Drive, island hotels and timeshare resorts are having a surprisingly good

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More Ocean Drive shops requiring customers to wear masks

With the city and county so far failing to impose mandatory mask orders on the public, many Ocean Dr

Real Estate

Spacious Provence Bay villa ideal as seasonal residence

What started as a vacation destination for two teachers from up north eventually became their year-r