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Charles Dugan Hess, 90, Vero Beach

Charles Dugan Hess, 90, died April 15, 2011, at his home. He was born in Coldwater, Ohio, and liv

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Pioneer Dinner May 7 to honor Schlitt family

VERO BEACH -- On Saturday, May 7 beginning at 6 p.m., Vero Heritage, Inc. will honor the Schlitt fam

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Harold V. “Bud” Mason, 83, Vero Beach

Harold V. "Bud" Mason, 83, of Vero Beach, died Jan. 31, 2011. He was a member of the American Leg

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Boy Scouts given green light to hold Camporee at Sebastian Airport

SEBASTIAN - Boy Scouts from across Indian River County will be allowed to descend upon the Sebastian

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Bye Bye Birdie at Vero Beach High School

VERO BEACH -- The Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Department will present the musical Bye Bye

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Youth Guidance Holiday Toy Drive going strong

VERO BEACH -- The Youth Guidance Annual Holiday Toy Drive is off to a great start with many local bu

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Youth Guidance 2010 Holiday Toy Drive

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Youth Guidance Mentoring & Activities Program is holding its 2010 Holiday Toy

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Vero Beach man arrested for drugs with boy nearby

VERO BEACH -- Authorities arrested a Vero Beach man after there was a report of drug sales occurring

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Deputies investigating child’s death in Gifford

GIFFORD - Investigators are looking into the death of an 18-month-old boy in Gifford who may have co

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SHERIFF: Sebastian man sought teen boy for seductive photos

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - A Sebastian man is in jail after authorities say he was trying to meet with a

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OBIT: William Whyte raised millions for hospital, friend of President Ford

William G. Whyte, 94, a former Vero Beach resident who helped raise millions as chairman of the Indi

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William G. Whyte raised millions for medical center, friend of President Ford

William G. Whyte, 94, a former Vero Beach resident who helped raise millions as chairman of the Indi