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Guests enjoy a jazzy evening at the Museum

VERO BEACH -- The Vero Beach Museum of Art promised "Warm Nights, Cool Jazz in the Park" and they ce

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Sebastian committee wants more flexibility in funding parks

SEBASTIAN --  A Sebastian committee is considering asking the Sebastian City Council to make change

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North County Library hosts exhibits from Sebastian historical museum

SEBASTIAN -- On display during October at the North Indian River County is a collection of historica

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Richard A. Hubbard, 82, Vero Beach

Richard A. Hubbard, 82, died Oct. 20, 2010, at his home. He was born in Danbury, Conn., and lived

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Russell Taylor, 78, Vero Beach

Russell Taylor Jr., 78, died Oct. 14, 2010, at Indian River Medical Center. He was born in Greenw

elections elections 2010 Extras

Early voting begins today at three locations for 91,000 voters

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - For the next two weeks, Indian River County voters can choose whether to cast

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Joseph Alfonso Jr., 48, Vero Beach

Joseph Alfonso Jr., 48, died Oct. 9, 2010, at his home. He was born in Jersey City, N.J., and liv

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Sebastian River Art Club unveils Sebastian’s new arts center

SEBASTIAN - The paint on the walls had barely finished drying before volunteers started hanging piec

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Piper alters jet design, sets first delivery back one year

VERO BEACH -- Officials at Piper Jet told members of the aviation media Monday they have re-designed

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George F. Taylor, 71, Vero Beach

George F. Taylor, 71, died Oct. 12, 2010, at Indian River Medical Center. He was born in Somervil

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Childcare Resources hosts grand opening of new Education Center

VERO BEACH -- Childcare Resources celebrated the opening of its sparkling new Education Center on th

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Summer business on beach reported up over last year

VERO BEACH -- The expected summer swoon hit a number of beachside businesses, but others reported so