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St. Ed’s teachers get creative with virtual learning

VERO BEACH — The coronavirus did not break the strong bond between teachers, students and staff at

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Sheriff Loar: Keep track of your kids

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The combination of kids and college students being out of school because of

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Think you might have COVID-19?

Those who think they might have the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, can call Cleveland Clinic Indian

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Most county virus cases are in VB, health officials say

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — With the majority of local coronavirus cases being in Vero Beach, health dep

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Property tax payment deadline extended to April 15

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Property owners are in luck after Gov. Ron DeSantis extended the property ta

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Teen charged in Wednesday drug-related shooting

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A 14-year-old suspected of firing two rounds inside a car during a drug deal

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SB I-95 reopen after semi-trailer fire

Update: All lanes on southbound Interstate 95 have reopened. Earlier story: INDIAN RIVER COUN

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Vero breaks heat record for 3rd time in March

VERO BEACH — The city set a new daily heat record Wednesday, making it the third time in March the

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Botched drug deal led to shooting; 2 still in custody

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Two juveniles are in custody while deputies search for a third after a botch

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State Attorney Bruce Colton to retire

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Bruce Colton, the longtime state attorney who oversaw prosecution of countle

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Virus ends golf season at Sandridge; Sebastian course still open

Hoping to reduce the spread of the coronavirus locally, County Administrator Jason Brown ordered the

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With beaches closed, other outdoor venues remain wide open

With the island’s beaches and state parks closed due to COVID-19, there still are plenty of safe,