Fort Pierce, FL – By today's standards, campus attire in the 1960s and early 70s was downright formal. Retired faculty member Ada Coats Williams reminisced with Janie Gould for this segment in WQCS' continuing series about IRSC's history.
Vero Beach, FL – The curious brick structure that stands near Jungle Trail on the barrier island probably dates back to the Narrows, a village that sprang up along the Indian River around 1880. The Narrows faded away when the Florida East Coast railroad was built on the west side of the river.
Florida – Citrus Greening is a bacterial infection spread by an insect which kills citrus trees. The National Academy of Sciences is suggesting creating districts of citrus groves to battle the disease by removing trees. We talk with Bob Norberg of the State Dept. of Citrus about the proposal.