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Officials raise a stink over plan for sewage plant

Indian Harbour Beach officials are livid at a county plan being considered to avoid future sewage di

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Hike in fees will add $1.35M to fire dept. coffers

Brevard County residents will be paying millions more in fire assessment fees, starting in October,

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Upon reflection, ‘Solar hotel’ idea is a no-go

Plans for a “solar hotel” at the key Satellite Beach intersection of State Road A1A and Desoto P

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Commissioner pushes exception to county gun ban

Three years after the Brevard County Commission enacted a policy banning guns from county-owned prop

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Parents slide into fundraising mode for new Gemini playground

When parents at Gemini Elementary School heard there wasn’t money in the school district’s budge

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Schools weigh security plan under parents’ watchful eyes

The Brevard School Board has asked for more information on the school marshal program and will hold

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Drones seen as valuable tool in lagoon recovery

Calling all drone pilots and unmanned vehicle operators: the ailing Indian River Lagoon needs you.

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Renewed safety focus as league joins Pop Warner

The youth football league formerly known as the South Beaches Seahawks are now called the Satellite

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After Matt – Pineda water pipeline should prevent repeat of ’16 storm woes

Beachside water pressure problems – which allowed a Satellite Beach home to be claimed by fire dur

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Private school raises funds to boost security

Brevard County public schools aren’t the only ones grappling with how to pay for increased securit

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Commissioners remove ‘Interim’ from County Attorney’s title

With just less than two months under her belt as the interim Brevard County attorney, Eden Bentley l

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Lawmakers not all aboard Senator’s rail-safety bill

For two years now, state Sen. Debbie Mayfield has seen her bill, the proposed “Florida High-Speed