Tommy Herndon of Fellsmere says laws protecting sea turtles had an unintended consequence.
The county's first black judge, Ralph Flowers, a generation younger than C.A. Moore, tells the story.
R.D. Thomas of Bassinger says he sold whole raccoons to a meat market in Belle Glade, and some of the fur went to Russia for hats.
Heathcote leader Gloria Moore says the woman rushed to the gardens to keep a city bulldozer away, even though her hair was still in curlers.
A Vero Beach man reminisces fondly about the neighborhood east of the railroad tracks where he grew up.
Journalist and author Jeff Klinkenberg took two tuba players to Gatorland to test a theory that alligators respond enthusiastically to one particular musical note.
Pat Smith of Vero Beach said she and other kids would sometimes hold on to a turtle and get a free ride. Her family's pool was also a popular site for full-immersion baptisms.
After 30-year-old Estes Wright was fatally beaten on a Fort Pierce street in 1935, all records of his death vanished. Now, writer Jean Ellen Wilson has uncovered some facts about what happened to him.
As many as 4,000 cows are run through the market on sale day.
The notorious mobster was living in Miami Beach when FBI agent Bill Murphy, now of Vero Beach, was assigned to watch him.