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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

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Text messages cast new light on Flowers’ probe

Text messages obtained by Vero Beach 32963 raise doubts about Sheriff’s Maj. Eric Flowers’ claim

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St. Ed’s owes explanation for firing of football coach

This is wrong in so many ways. It’s wrong that St. Edward’s School fired its football coach,

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It gets harder to believe Susy Tomassi still alive

All of us want to believe that Susy Tomassi is still alive and out there somewhere. We want to be

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Vero High sets state football record, but can it win a title?

As the expected celebration erupted under the Friday night lights of Fort Pierce’s Lawnwood Stadiu

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Laws were broken, but Sheriff’s Office says no crime in School Board’s calling of special meeting

A two-month Sheriff’s Office investigation of the School Board’s April 16 special meeting – a

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Few showing interest in Vero City Council election

Quick, without looking: Name the eight candidates running for the two Vero Beach City Council seats

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Experts find big problems in school HR department

Interim Schools Superintendent Susan Moxley, who has done an impressive job of cleaning up the admin