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SEBASTIAN – The Sebastian River High School Band is postponing their incredibly popular Prism concert until the spring semester. In its place, the SRHS Band will present “A Very Merry Twilight” on Dec. 5 from 6-7:30 p.m., and Dec. 6 from 2-3:30 p.m.

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - In what has become a regular feature of local government meetings, Indian River County commissioners on Nov. 17 again debated the wisdom of mask mandates.

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STATEWIDE — As Floridians prepare to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, it's important for residents and visitors to take precautions to keep everyone safe. The Florida Department of Health is actively planning for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine, making it more important…

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TREASURE COAST ― November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a time when many health advocates and organizations urge people to quit smoking and vaping.

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VERO BEACH ― The Vero Beach City Council has approved a proposal from City Manager Monte Falls to reallocate $182,124 in CARES Act funds to support food delivery programs through the Treasure Coast Food Bank and the Senior Resource Association.

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VERO BEACH ― For the first time since the onset of the pandemic, Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge is resuming meet-and-greets with park staff. Refuge Ranger Eddie Perri says the timing is perfect, as the famous snowbirds known as the Great White Pelicans have just returned to town, pr…

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ― On the recommendation of County Administrator Jason Brown, the Indian River County Commissioners on Nov. 10 approved a revised spending plan for COVID-19 funding received under the CARES Act.

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STUART – In an effort to keep The Barn Theatre afloat during this period of diminished audience attendance and cancelled shows caused by the pandemic yet still bringing its patrons top notch entertainment, The Barn will produce four major concerts spanning a variety of different musical genr…

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TREASURE COAST ―Follow your nose to Riverside Park in Vero Beach, Nov. 21 and 22 for some amazing Bacon dishes and tasty libations.

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TREASURE COAST - The IRSC Foundation is now accepting applications for its Take Stock in Children (TSIC) Scholarship Program. The Take Stock in Children program helps at-risk, low-income students succeed by providing them with college scholarships, volunteer mentors and long-term support to …

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ― These are the final Vero Beach City Council and Orchid Town Council results from the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

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TREASURE COAST ― The Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program is now accepting grant proposals for projects that benefit the Indian River Lagoon.

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ― Veterans Council of Indian River County Executive Board Member Colonel (retired) Darryle “Sam” Kouns has been selected for the Florida Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2020.

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GIFFORD - In a move cheered by the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce, county commissioners have approved a tax break for PCP Tactical LLC, a Gifford-based ammunition manufacturing company.

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - These are the final Sebastian City Council, Fellsmere City Council, and Fellsmere referendum results from the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

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Democratic challenger Joe Biden unofficially named 46th American president after days of counting mail-in ballots

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ― These are the final Indian River County results from the Nov. 3, 2020 election. Results from municipal elections in the cities of Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, and the town of Orchid are reported separately.

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The Jaguar’s Elijah Hazelton, No. 33, puts a shot over his shoulder to get by the Falcon’s ChandlerChrist, No. 14.

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The Bulldog’s Jehoborah Baucicot, No. 21, puts a shot over the top of the Cobra’s Dre Webster, No. 10.

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The Falcon’s Jamari Marshall, No. 3, and, far right, Jamarri Christi, No. 2, take down the Blue Streak’s Ryan Brown, No 2.

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IRSC President Dr. Timothy Moore, Congressman Brian Mast, Senator Gayle Harrell, St. Lucie County Commissioner Cathy Townsend, Fort Pierce Mayor Linda Hudson and St. Lucie County Commissioner Linda Bartz turn the first soil with Derecktor officials, as well as Federal, State and Local Dignitaries.

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St. Lucie County Commissioners  Frannie Hutchinson, Sean Mitchell, Cathy Townsend, Chris Dzadovsky and Linda Bartz.

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St. Lucie County Commissioner Cathy Townsend presents Justin Beard, Marketing Manager for Derecktor Shipyards, with the framed email sent to St. Lucie County in 2014 concerning the of building of the shipyard.