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Marine Bank CEO says institution is on right path

VERO BEACH - Marine Bank and Trust CEO Bill Penney says despite losing $1.6 million in the third qua

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Seacoast’s Betty Lollio joins Sebastian Chamber Board of Directors

SEBASTIAN -- The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently appointed Bett

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Seacoast National Bank supports March of Dimes

VERO BEACH -- Seacoast National Bank recently announced that it is a corporate sponsor for March of

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Seacoast National Bank supports March of Dimes

Seacoast National Bank 2010-11 March of Dimes Team Captains Lourdes Piquer (far left), and Bobbi Hel

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Gilliams could appeal judge’s denial of motion over Mulligan’s site

SEBASTIAN - The former Flagship Marina owner said he's considering his options after a judge denied

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Seacoast helps fight hunger and homelessness in Indian River County

Seacoast National Bank's Tom Wilkinson (far left) and Cyn DeLee Dalton, (second from right) with Har

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Seacoast helps fight hunger and homelessness in Indian River County

VERO BEACH - To recognize National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week, November 21-28, Seacoast Nati

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Owners of new Mulligan’s Sebastian site going back to court

SEBASTIAN -- Just days before the new Mulligan's restaurant is scheduled to open on Sebastian's rive

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Sebastian River Area Chamber installs new officers and board members

SEBASTIAN -- The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce installed its new officers and board membe

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Girl Scouts earn community service hours

Alannah McDaniel and Calli Nugent

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Girl Scouts earn community service hours

VERO BEACH -- Alannah McDaniel (9 years old) and Calli Nugent (10 years old), do not take their Girl

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County to demolish Gifford Garden Apartments

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Indian River County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to demolish