Bill Oughterson said his father's poker game in downtown Stuart was interrupted briefly by the noise from the German submarine's attack on a freighter.
Richard Milton Jones lived on land along the Indian River that his grandfather homesteaded in the 19th century.
Dr. George Porter's life has been chronicled by Stuart writer Alice Luckhardt.
Dr. Hugh McCrystal, now retired, said he saw the group of armed white men outside the hospital in the mid-1960s. The blacks in Gifford cancelled the march.
That was in the late 1940s. The inlet wasn't dredged during the war years, to prevent access by German U-boats.
Dr. Roxanne Connelly of the University of Florida's Medical Entomology Research Laboratory in Vero Beach, estimates there are "billions upon billions" of mosquitoes in the Sunshine State.
The radio show on an AM station in Stuart is credited with easing the path to school integration in the late 1960s.
Some stores in Vero Beach gave discounts to teachers during that era.
Citrus consultant Paul Driscoll talks about one man's odyssey that led him to plant grapefruit in Florida.
It was in the late 1940s when Roy Schick, newly arrived in Vero Beach, tried to drink iced tea made with the odorous well water.