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Brevard School Board ditches most school-closure ideas
Brevard School Board members on Tuesday reviewed a list of school-closure criteria suggested by representatives of local cities and the county -- but discarded most of their recommendations.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
Orlando's Gardiner tapped as next Senate president
Orlando Republican Andy Gardiner was formally elected as his party's designate for Senate president in a ceremony on the Senate floor Tuesday.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Wild About: Nature fascinates photographer
When Vince Lamb moved to the Space Coast with his family in 1970, it was to pursue a career in software development.
Backlog of claims to VA shrinking
David Scheimreif waited for more than a year while his disability claim sat in limbo, along with hundreds of thousands of others, at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Pirates pull away in final round of Pill Memorial
Palm Bay overtook Eau Gallie in the final round of the Barbara Pill Memorial Tournament to claim first-place Saturday at Bayside High.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Picking the perfect Christmas tree
When it comes to Christmas trees, here's a quick way to measure for freshness: Grab a fist-full of branches near the middle of the tree and slide your hand out.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Pensacola News Journal
Water health is vital
Break out your finest bottle of Zephyrhills and pour a toast to the aquifer - some of Florida's most prominent conservative politicians are actually talking about, well, conserving.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
FIT shooting club hits target audience
There are well over 100 clubs and organizations for students at Florida Tech to be a part of, so the fact that the Florida Tech Shooting Club is one of the school's most popular organizations in just its first year of existence says something about how much the club's activities have resonated with the student body.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Fish Tales - Cold front sets the tone
Sara Devein of Merritt Island holds a couple of mangrove snapper she hauled in during a recent 39-hour fishing trip out of John's Pass.
Brevard considers ban on home parking of commercial trucks
It could be unlawful -- again -- to park a large work truck overnight in a residential neighborhood within unincorporated parts of Brevard County.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
School Board: No schools will be protected
No school will be targeted for closure should voters reject a school-tax measure next fall.
Girl hounds mom with wish
I simply couldn't take it anymore. After the death of our beloved Jack Russell terrier Banjo in August, life hasn't felt right.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Thousands brave rainy weather for 2013 ABATE Toy Run
Shortly after noon Sunday, thousands of bikers rumbled from the Merritt Square Mall down U.S. 1 to Melbourne's Wickham Park during the 32nd annual ABATE of Florida Brevard County chapter's Toy Run.
Wild About: Attorney admires Women's Business Center
Brevard attorney Michelle Naberhaus practices law in estate administration, probate and trust litigation, and guardianships.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Black Friday shoppers save by spending
Generating a register receipt taller than a toddler, Lynn Faulkner bought a $342 bounty of shirts, pants, towels, blankets and household items during Black Friday at JCPenney.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Two Brevard families lose homes to fire Wednesday
Two families woke up this Thanksgiving having lost their homes to late-night fires on Wednesday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
US News & World Report
Thanksgiving Gratitude for JFK
The shadow of Dallas 1963 has been a sad prelude to this Thanksgiving Day. Across the nation, in prayer and family reunions, we give thanks as the early settlers did for deliverance, but this Thanksgiving we also marked with special gratitude and affection the life of President John F. Kennedy.
Letter: Kudos to agency for beautifying SR 520
I'd like to thank the Merritt Island Redevelopment Agency for the fine job it is doing with the beautification of the State Road 520 corridor on Merritt Island.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
BlueGEM, CEO Harr added to lawsuit over $6.1 million deal with Needelman's office
The Melbourne technology company that was implicated in a political scandal involving former Brevard County Clerk of Courts Mitch Needelman faces more legal trouble.