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Grand Harbor couple does right thing in self-isolating

Now that the global coronavirus pandemic has reached our seaside community, we can take pride and so

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This will pass – and I feel bad about the toilet paper

I bought toilet paper. I didn’t plan to buy it, didn’t want to buy it and, really, didn’t n

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School district facing gender discrimination lawsuit

Do you sue your school district because your daughter was kicked off her soccer team days before a s

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Try to experience the joy of love’s extravagance

How extravagant are you? When we think of extravagance, most of us think of lobster, diamonds and Fe

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Can Democrat candidate for sheriff alter outcome of race?

Until last month, when she filed to run for sheriff as a Democrat in November’s elections, I didn

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Could this vision become Vero’s Centennial Place?

The standing ovation Andres Duany received Friday night from the 300 people gathered at Vero Beach

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High time for hard look at Barber Bridge intersection

It’s too easy to say human error caused the pair of fatal crashes that have occurred in the past t

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How vulnerable we all are in the age of social media

A 32963 island resident learned a hard lesson last week about the power and perils of social media,

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Anonymous plaintiff explains lawsuits’ purpose

The anonymous plaintiff who filed public records lawsuits against the county’s school district and

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A columnist’s wish list for Vero Beach in 2020

There was no way 2019 could surpass the previous year, which produced Florida Power & Light’s

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Vero murder mystery solved after 45 years

Forty-five years after Vero Beach High School teacher Jack Rose was shot dead in his car near the no

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Island man, inspired by ‘Superman,’ gets award

As John McConnell stood at the podium at a gala in New York last month, the longtime radio executive