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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

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Officials monitor minor fish kills

Minor fish kills reported in the Sykes Creek area in Merritt Island, and fish seen dead and gasping

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Calling all volunteers for bioswale planting

Satellite Beach Environmental Programs Coordinator Nick Sanzone needs dozens of volunteers willing t

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Cities try to navigate new beach use law

While many other Florida beachside communities are just learning of dramatic public beach use-rights

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Golfers puzzled by county’s decision to bail on MelBeach course

Indialantic resident Bob Cook, golfing last week at the Spessard Holland Golf Course in Melbourne Be

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Leaders react to Ivey’s school safety proposal

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey took to social media last week in a 12-minute video that details t

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5-foot-2 and tough – New cop says: ‘They know I mean business’

Saylor Murto, 5-foot-2 of Satellite Beach, walks tall as a newly-sworn-in, full-status patrol office