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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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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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TITUSVILLE ― Residents near historic downtown Titusville have been living with the smell of rotting fish and sewage for a week after a sewage leak caused another fish kill.

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VIERA — Though oftentimes at odds with one another, when science and nature assemble harmoniously, great things can happen. A prime example of the beauty born from such a union is the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands, commonly referred to as the Viera Wetlands.

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MERRITT ISLAND — A little bit of compassion and kindness can make a huge difference in the lives of people who have lost so much, such as those impacted by the California wildfires.

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CAPE CANAVERAL — As the Space Coast continues to enjoy an increasingly active launch schedule, the City of Cape Canaveral welcomes the influx of visitors, but acknowledges the limited parking availability within the City. The next SpaceX crewed mission launch is currently scheduled for Satur…

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CAPE CANAVERAL – Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Charities, Inc. Police Athletic League (PAL) will host the 25th Annual Reindeer Run in Cape Canaveral on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 8 a.m. The race will be held at Cherie Down Park located at 8330 Ridgewood Avenue in Cape Canaveral.

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TITUSVILLE – An estimated 50% of all homeowners over-water their yards. Are you one of them? One way to keep from over-watering is to follow the irrigation restrictions.

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TITUSVILLE – On the heels of financial commitments from the Brevard County Commissioners and two national law enforcement organizations, as well as support from numerous businesses, individuals and television’s John Walsh, the American Police Hall of Fame put shovels to dirt Oct. 16 in prepa…

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BREVARD COUNTY — Earlier this fall, Andrea Shea-King dropped out of the city of Cape Canaveral City Council race, leaving the two open seats available for Wes Morrison and Angela Raymond.

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BREVARD COUNTY — As the Nov. 3 General Elections approach, it’s time to start thinking about who to cast your ballot for.

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BREVARD COUNTY — When Covid-19 put Brevard County residents in lockdown this March, many people lost their job or faced reduced work hours. Seven months later, conditions are little better for residents struggling to make ends meet.

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COCOA – Aging Matters in Brevard announced that it has received a Senior Corps RSVP grant of $115,000.00 from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency for volunteering and service. This award will support 874 Senior Corps RSVP volunteers serving in Brevar…

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Many people are fascinated by jewelry, by the sparkle and shine and by the connection of a special bracelet or necklace to important people in our lives. Few of us turn that interest into a career creating jewelry. This November, the Studios of Cocoa Beach, 165 Minuteman Causeway in downtown…

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MERRITT ISLAND ― Kids 8 to 17 will take to the air on Oct. 24, as the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) chapter 724 host a Young Eagles flight rally at the Merritt Island Airport. This is a new location at the Servant Air Ministries hangar, 471 Manor Dr, Merritt Island. For attendees s…

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BREVARD COUNTY — As the Nov. 3 General Elections approach, it’s time to start thinking about who to cast your ballot for.

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BREVARD COUNTY — With the approaching General Elections this Nov. 3, Hometown News is preparing a list of candidate profiles to help our readers make informed decisions when casting their ballots.

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BREVARD COUNTY — Each year, Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex aims to bring new and exciting experiences to guests, and this year is no different.

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BREVARD COUNTY — Donn Weaver, currently Chairman of the Brevard Veterans Council, and past president of the Military Officers Association of America’s Cape Canaveral Chapter (MOAACC), was recently selected to serve on the VA National Advisory Committee.

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TITUSVILLE – Titusville water customers may notice a change in their drinking water beginning on Oct. 12 as the city begins a chlorine dosing of its water distribution system. The dosing is scheduled to last through Nov. 23 and is performed to ensure that Titusville maintains its high qualit…

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MERRITT ISLAND ―The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce presented its Business Champion of the Year Awards to four area companies at its 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, Sept.29.

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COCOA VILLAGE ― Attendees and their pet can help make the 5th Annual Howl-O-Ween Petacular a “pawpular” success! Get dressed up, catch up with old friends and meet new ones, and help raise money for two animal non-profit organizations: Mid Florida Sheltie Rescue and Coastal Boxer Rescue of Florida.

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BREVARD COUNTY — As the Nov. 3 General Elections approach, it’s time to start thinking about who to cast your ballot for.

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MERRITT ISLAND – The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce presents this year’s 32nd Annual Business Champion of the Year Awards Ceremony via Zoom on Tuesday, Sept. 29 from 5–7 p.m.. The cost is $10 per person. In reciprocation for each paid attendee, each guest will receive two $5 gift c…

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COCOA ― Brevard Humane Society invites the community to take part in a special pet blessing on Sunday, Oct. 4th at 4:00 pm at the Brevard Humane Society’s Heavenly Paws Chapel, located directly behind their Cocoa Adoption Center, at 1020 Cox Road.

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TITUSVILLE ― Loni Phipps of Port. St. John is the September Spotlight Artist at the Downtown Art Gallery, 335 S. Washington Ave. in historic downtown Titusville. An exhibit of her latest photography and digital paintings are on display in this gallery specializing in local art.

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BREVARD COUNTY — The clock is ticking as candidates for the Nov. 3 General Election prepare to face off in the coming races.

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TITUSVILLE ― Brevard Health Alliance (BHA), Brevard County’s only Federally Qualified Health Center and a provider of extensive primary health care services to Brevard County residents regardless of their ability to pay, is excited to announce a major facility move to a larger clinic locatio…

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COCOA ― The Brevard Humane Society, in partnership with PIP Printing, invites the community to enter for a chance to win big in the Polta Car Drawing, only 2,000 tickets will be sold! The prize? A garage-kept 2014 Chevy Impala - a bequest to the organization from car enthusiast Eugene Polta.

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BREVARD COUNTY — A Cocoa woman wasn’t surprised to find she had another sibling after submitting her DNA to 23andMe, a DNA genetics testing and analysis service. What she was surprised to find out was the half-sibling came from her mother and not her father.

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BREVARD COUNTY — On Aug. 4, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey went “live” on Facebook from the Animal Specialty and Emergency Hospital in Rockledge to raise awareness about a case of animal cruelty that resulted in the death of a dog.