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Piper’s revenue up more than 60 percent in 1st quarter

Business is thriving at Piper Aircraft Inc., which enjoyed a 26 percent growth in billings in 2016 a

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St. Ed’s soccer star shined for seven seasons

When St. Ed’s senior Mia Festagallo arrived on campus as a sixth grader, she quickly found her way

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BONZ: Bonz is blushing after meeting pretty Miss Pink

A few weeks ago I got a Woof-Mail from Miss Pink Wold, a Golden Retriever who works with her Mom and

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Ride of Silence somberly honors fallen cyclists

It was a gorgeous day for a bicycle ride last Saturday, but the group of roughly 50 cyclists who gat

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Fall vote possible on proposals for electric property

Now that the sale of Vero Electric seems back on track with the City Council voting 4-1 to pursue Fl

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Cultural art stars feted at Laurel Awards celebration

The Cultural Council of Indian River County celebrated 20 years of Laurel Award winners last Thursda

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Orchid Island upgrades golf practice facilities ahead of USGA tourney

The 132 players who will compete in the 2018 United States Golf Association Senior Women's Amateur C

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School Board member calls teachers union leaders ‘thugs’

Open hostility has broken out between Indian River County School Board Member Shawn Frost and teache

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Coming Up: Galactic SOUNDS with Symphony’s ‘Cosmos’

“The Cosmos” is the final, exciting installment of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra’s (so fa

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Kids soak up the fun at Walking Tree’s family day

Squeals of laughter and screeches of joy emanated from the grassy area in front of Walking Tree Brew

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Bring Your Idea to Life

(Family Features) Like any idea, the great ones come when you formulate a plan and turn that idea

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Banish Biting Season

(Family Features) As the weather gets warmer, mosquitoes can prevent homeowners from reaping the b