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BREVARD - Florida Tech is the focus of episode two of 'The College Tour', a new series now streaming on Amazon Prime. The episode features FIT’s academics and research, hands-on experiences, campus diversity and Sunshine State benefits. 

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BREVARD COUNTY - Ten faculty members currently or previously associated with Florida Tech have been named among the top 2 per cent of scientists worldwide in a list compiled by Stanford University.

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BREVARD County - Attorney General Ashley Moody and 10 other state attorneys general are recovering funds from a sham veterans charity based in Palm Harbor. 

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BREVARD COUNTY — If your goal this year is to get out and get moving, the annual Health First 2021 Mayor’s Fitness Challenge may be for you!

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MELBOURNE - New Life Mission (NLM) is expanding for the first time. Formally Brevard Rescue Mission, the organization houses homeless single women with children under the age of 18. Through housing and life skills coaching, many are assisted with maintaining financial security and take life-…

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BREVARD COUNTY ― A study from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) has surveyed regions of the country to find what and how people were eating during the pandemic. 

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PALM BAY - The Palm Bay City Council approved the appointment of Acting City Manager Suzanne Sherman to be the new City Manager during its Jan. 7 council meeting.

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Titusville — Look under the surface and you’ll find Brevard County is chock-full of historically significant establishments. Dedicated to the history of aviation, education, and warbird restoration, the Valiant Air Command (VAC) Warbird Museum is a treasure trove of discovery. 

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BREVARD COUNTY - Florida's Space Coast has lost its bid to host the U.S. Space Command headquarters, and the 1,600 jobs that would have come with it. 

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PALM BAY ― Sheriff Wayne Ivey highlighted the Brevard County Sheriff's Office (BCSO) at the January luncheon for the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.

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BREVARD COUNTY - The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration have signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to support commercial space activities related to the transport of government and non-government passengers, cargo, and payloads for b…

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PALM BAY - The newly repaired Palm Bay Aquatic Center will re-open Monday Jan. 25 at 10 a.m. The Palm Bay Parks & Recreation Department will celebrate the re-opening with a ribbon cutting event at that time. The public is invited to attend.

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STATEWIDE - Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody has issued a Consumer Alert warning residents not to be fooled by bogus websites offering COVID-19 vaccine appointment reservations for a fee.

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BREVARD COUNTY - The Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation is stepping up its fund raising efforts following reports of increased food insecurity in Central Florida due to COVID. Many of those at risk of are seniors.

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BREVARD COUNTY ― State Farm began a grant program for Florida teachers. State Farm's "Teachers Assist" is a program aimed to give teachers incentive for their creative and leading-edge ideas in the classroom.

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MELBOURNE — For the past year, safety from Covid-19 has been a top concern among adults, which is why many senior-beneficial events that provide resources and information have been canceled.

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MELBOURNE — The city of Melbourne recognizes the value of our military and would like to honor members by initiating a “Melbourne Salutes Hometown Heroes” program this year.

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TITUSVILLE ― City hall was the site of a "March for Clean Water" to bring attention and awareness to a potential public health crisis in Titusville.

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TITUSVILLE - Children ages 8 to 17 can take to the air on Saturday Jan. 23 during the 'Young Eagles Flight Rally' on Merritt Island. 

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BREVARD — Resolving to health and fitness is quite possibly the number one recurring New Year’s resolution, but it can prove difficult to get started. Motivation is often the key and thankfully, Friends of Children of Brevard (FOC) provide just that with their 9th Annual Superhero 5K Race an…

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STATEWIDE - As the federal government begins delivering additional stimulus payments across the country, Floridians should be wary of the potential for fraud.

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BREVARD COUNTY ― Brevard Public Schools (BPS) has allowed extended sick and family leave through June. 30. The decision comes after the expiration of previous pandemic relief package on Dec. 31.

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BREVARD - The Florida Department of Health in Brevard County is working with the Florida Division of Emergency Management, local hospitals, and state health officials to administer the COVID-19 vaccination at various sites across the county.

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The March for Clean Water convened at Titusville City Hall on Jan. 9. The rally was a demonstration of residents concerns over an ongoing sewages leak at Sand Point Park last month.

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Concerned residents held a march on Jan. 9 to protest the ongoing sewage problem in Titusville. The march started in Sand Point Park and flowed along Main Street to city hall.

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EAU GALLIE - After serving on its inaugural Board of Directors for two years and as executive director for the past six years, Lisa Packard, has retired from the Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street program. Keenun Barley has taken over as executive director, effective January 2021.

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PALM BAY - The City of Palm Bay has announced that $101,368.20 is still available for eligible programs related to Special Economic Development or Affordable Housing activities that “prepare, prevent, and respond to the coronavirus”. 

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BREVARD COUNTY - The COVID-19 pandemic changed the daily routines of millions of Americans, including how human traffickers operate their criminal enterprises—driving even more illicit activity online. According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, crisis cases handled by the organizat…