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Career Source Brevard helps Puerto Ricans now living here after Hurricane Maria adjust to their new community.  Workshops are held in Spanish.  Find out more by clicking HERE.

Take a look at Mars and a whole lot more as IRSC's Hallstrom Planetarium hosts "Mars Watch."  Find out more by clicking HERE.

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The State's Department of Economic Opportunity wants to hear from businesses harmed by the presence of toxic blue-green algae washed into waterways by Lake Okeebhobee releases.  You can find the survey by clicking HERE.

Ft. Pierce group takes on the issue of domestic violence and bullying with a stage presentation.  You can see it Friday, July 20, at the Sunrise Theatre in Ft. Pierce. Find out more by clicking HERE.

Port St. Lucie Police train with the St. Lucie Fire District in responding to a mock active shooter threat at the  Renaissance Charter School of St. Lucie.

Stuart residents prepare for more releases from Lake Okeechobee and the blue-green algae it will bring.

Nevard Tellalian's book details the indie musician life in the music industry.  She will be at Riverview Coffee, Tea & Books in Sebastian Saturday July 14 at 11:00 a.m..

Several politicians have addressed the problem of toxic blue-green algae released from Lake Okeechobee.

Senator Bill Nelson met with business and environmental leaders and elected officials to talk about toxic algae.

Now is the time to get your yard ready for hurricane season.

Skywatch June 25, 2018

Jun 25, 2018

George Takei visits the Wine and Film Festival in Vero Beach.

VBWFF 2018 "Life Worth Living Legend" Award Honoree

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