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Gallery 14 May exhibit features advanced photography students

Artist Anastasia Gabor's photo, Strength From Within

art arts shows lifestyles

Gallery 14 May exhibit features advanced photography students

VERO BEACH -- Gallery 14 will present the exhibit Life Through Our Lens from May 4 to 28 featuring V

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Answer to Cancer: Grand Harbor raises funds for cancer center

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - For the second year in a row, Grand Harbor's Answer to Cancer golf tournament

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Shopping and friendship support Hibiscus Children’s Center

VERO BEACH -- Large pink and black tote bags at the ready, approximately 450 ladies got a jump on th

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Shopping and friendship support Hibiscus Children’s Center

VERO BEACH -- Large pink and black tote bags at the ready, approximately 450 ladies got a jump on th

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Save the Chimps fundraiser touches hearts

VERO BEACH -- Hearts were touched, and hopefully wallets opened, at Wednesday night's Chimps Kitchen

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Save the Chimps fundraiser touches hearts

VERO BEACH -- Hearts were touched, and hopefully wallets opened, at Wednesday night's Chimps Kitchen

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Shop Till You Drop at Girls Night Out

VERO BEACH -- Make plans now to attend Girls Night Out, a special evening of boutique shopping to be

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Muriel Paulsen, 89, Vero Beach

Muriel Paulsen, 89, died Oct. 20, 2010 at Indian River Estates Medical Center, Vero Beach. She wa

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Florence Howe hired as Marketing Director for Preferred Care at Home

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Preferred Care at Home has hired Florence Howe as its Marketing Director, to

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Home Safety Month inspections offered to seniors

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Ask seniors where they feel safest and most will say their own home.  Howeve

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Answer to Cancer supporters dampened but determined

VERO BEACH -- Five years ago, a group of Grand Harbor friends, who had all been touched by cancer in