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Adele Read Kelly, 84, Vero Beach

Adele Read Kelly, 84, died Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2011, at Indian River Medical Center after a brief il

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Adriana Bitter featured at Artists Guild Gallery

VERO BEACH -- The Artists Guild Gallery proudly presents "Golden Times," paintings in oil and waterc

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Mural Fundraiser and Irish Show Feb. 26

VERO BEACH -- The Florida Irish American Society, 1316 20th Street in Vero Beach, will host a Mural

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Planned Parenthood friends gather for private party

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Adversity can often lead to even greater resolve, as Planned Parenthood suppo

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Planned Parenthood friends gather for private party

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Adversity can often lead to even greater resolve, as Planned Parenthood suppo

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Treasure Coast Women seeking sponsors for Golf Tournament

VERO BEACH - The GFWC Treasure Coast Women are sponsoring a Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 9 at

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John T. Panaseny, 79, Sebastian

John T. Panaseny, 79, of Sebastian, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011, at the Indian River Medical Center i

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Mary Suzanne ‘Susie’ Clement McCann, 74, Vero Beach

Mary Suzanne (Susie) Clement McCann, 74, died Feb. 12, 2011, at her home in Vero Beach after a brief

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Scholarships available for students attending University of Florida

VERO BEACH -- Indian River and St. Lucie County students who will attend the University of Florida a

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Recipients of the 2010 Treasure Coast Gator Club scholarships

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Ethel E. Bachmann, Vero Beach

Ethel E. Bachmann died Feb. 9, 2011, at her home. She was born in the Bronx, N.Y., and lived in V

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Art fans hunt for clues during Sebastian River Art Club treasure hunt

SEBASTIAN - Blustery winds and a chill that could cut through jackets may have kept some art lovers