13 hrs ago
Entertainment best bets for Saturday
Here are your entertainment best bets for Saturday, May 25, 2013. To have your event listed, send a description of the event with time, day, location, cost and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks before the event.
17 hrs ago
Going with the flow: Annual pond tour inspires creativity
Ponds, like potato chips, are hard to resist. In their previous home, Ken and Louise DeTorres had a 2,500-gallon pond they liked so much that when the time came to build a new house, the Titusville couple wanted an even larger water feature.
21 hrs ago
Lake Nona park soon will honor Brevard vets
A memorial park at Lake Nona in Orlando to honor fallen troops from Brevard and five other Central Florida counties is on schedule to be completed before the end of the year.
Fri May 24, 2013
Titusville man arrested in Mims metal theft
A Titusville man is facing charges including grand theft after Brevard sheriff's deputies say he stole more than a ton of roofing supplies, and then sold them to a salvage yard.
Thu May 23, 2013
Matt Reed: Call for a truce in Brevard
Brevard's school board and county commission need to mend relations, and fast. Checks and balances are healthy.
Weekend cycling rides offer plenty of Hope
Four years ago, the people of New Hope Counseling Center, a practice in Satellite Beach that employs faith-based therapy, sought a way to raise funds in a way consistent with its character: family-oriented, challenging but not aggressive, and above all, fun.
Wed May 22, 2013
Judge hears 2nd lawsuit on school closures
Brevard Public Schools Superintendent Brian Binggeli testified today in a court case seeking to keep over three Brevard schools.
NWS: Funnel cloud spotted over Merritt Island, more possible
A funnel cloud was spotted over Merritt Island Tuesday afternoon, and forecasters at the National Weather Service in Melbourne say additional funnel formations are possible in Central Brevard.
Mon May 20, 2013
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Gov. Scott vetoes tuition increase, $368 million in projects
Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $368 million in lawmaker pet projects Monday and blocked a 3 percent tuition hike for Florida colleges and universities.
Fri May 17, 2013
Entertainment best bets for Friday
Here are your entertainment best bets for Friday, May 17, 2013: To have your event listed, send a description of the event with time, day, location, cost and contact information to email@example.com at least two weeks before the event.
BCC salutes last class before name change
Shaina Davis enrolled in her first Brevard Community College course when she was 15 years old.
Valiant Air Command receives tourism excellence award
The Valiant Air Command in Titusville received a bit of national attention in March, when its TiCo Warbird Airshow featured the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds' final performances before the famed performance air team suspended operations as part of the fallout from the federal budget stalemate.
Wed May 15, 2013
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Gauging the return on investment of a cross-state biking trail
Florida lawmakers have set aside $50 million to complete a biking and hiking trail from Pinellas to Brevard County and now the fate of the project rests with Gov.
Tue May 14, 2013
MaddHatters makes crowd part of the show
THE DETAILS WHO: MaddHatters Band WHEN: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday WHERE: Dave's Downtown Lounge, 345 S. Washington Ave., Titusville INFO: Call 321-385-DAVE . For more on the band, visit www.maddhattersband.com. THE STORY: Formed in June 2012, the MaddHatters Band will get the festivities started Friday night at the grand opening of Dave's ... (more)
Locals rally in last-ditch effort to block school closures
Thirty-six students from South Lake Elementary School marched with parents and community members to St.
Two Titusville companies set for expansion
Two Titusville companies are coming before the Brevard County Commission today, seeking preliminary support for property tax breaks that would help them expand, adding a total of 95 jobs.
Mon May 13, 2013
Man to remain jailed for life in Titusville murder
The resentencing of Jerome Allen brings no real change - Allen will remain in prison for life for his role in the killing of Stephen Dumont.
Finishing Touch: Potter sticks to elements
North Brevard and its natural treasures have been intertwined in Janice Coleman's life for decades.
Sun May 12, 2013
Commissioners weigh wisdom of keeping school impact fee
Brevard Public Schools is in the process of closing three schools it says are underutilized in an effort to save money.