indian river county News spotlight

Think green, live green this holiday season

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Indian River County Solid Waste Disposal District encourages residents to thin

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Sebastian residents can recycle old electronics Saturday at City Hall

SEBASTIAN -- Sebastian residents looking to clear out the old in time for the new can take their agi

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County may consider new strategy to increase recycling

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Managing Director of the Solid Waste Disposal District told County Commis

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Government offices closed Monday, trash pickup still planned

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - With the Fourth of July falling on a Sunday this year, some businesses and all

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Government offices closed Monday, trash pickup still planned

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - With the Fourth of July falling on a Sunday this year, some businesses and all

business Other Sections

Bio-fuel firm wins jobs grant from County Commission

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A bio-fuel firm with plans to take over the former OceanSpray factory near th

Health Other Sections

Health officials urge caution handling fish killed by cold

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - The cold snap from earlier this monthr has left hundreds of fish dead and floa

fellsmere government News

$2 million trash drop-off in Fellsmere now open for collection

FELLSMERE -- The new Fellsmere Customer Convenience Center where county residents can drop off their

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County opens $2M trash, recycling facility in Fellsmere

FELLSMERE -- The new Fellsmere Customer Convenience Center where county residents can drop off their

elections elections 2009 Extras

Vero Beach, Sebastian candidates asked to reuse campaign signs

When the campaigns are over, what happens to all those signs? It's a question members of Keep Indian

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Sebastian electronics drop off nets 50,000 pounds

By Lisa ZahnerSEBASTIAN -- More than 500 cars of Indian River County residents dropped off about 50,