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Providing Help Before It’s Too Late

Providing Help Before It’s Too Late

Mental illnesses: (noun) medical conditions that disrupt a person’s thinking, feelings and moods, ability to relate to others and a diminished capacity for coping with the ordinary demands of life.

Recipe For Success

Recipe For Success

Anyone who has lived in Vero Beach for any length of time has seen restaurants come and go. Ask restaurateur John Marx the recipe for a successful venture and he will tell you that it’s all about the formula.

Surprising Finds Of The Super-Sleuths

Surprising Finds Of The Super-Sleuths

Digging up family history is an avid pastime for many people in Indian River County, thanks in part to the unique resources and colorful leadership of the Main Library’s Archive Center and Genealogical Department.

Cool It! How A/C Transformed Vero Beach

Cool It! How A/C Transformed Vero Beach

Summers in Florida are not at all like they used to be. Global warming aside, we tolerate August with few of the cooling rituals – mostly sweating and self-fanning – that for decades defined Southern living.

All Things Bold And Beautiful

All Things Bold And Beautiful

Jim and Sue Lawson never considered owning a home in Florida. Simply put, their perception of the Sunshine State lifestyle didn’t fit with theirs. But when a good friend of Jim’s invited them to his John’s Island home the couple’s feelings began to change.

Forever Florida, Forever Fun

Forever Florida, Forever Fun

Rural Kenansville, 60 miles west and north of Vero Beach, may be the only place one can still get a bird’s-eye view of what Florida looked like when the Spanish first arrived 500 years ago. The tiny unincorporated Osceola County town is home to an expansive preserve and ecological theme park, appropriately called Forever Florida.

A Harp For All Occasions

A Harp For All Occasions

"We harpists have such a love of the sound of the instrument, and yet it is so difficult to master," says Sharon (“Sherry”) Watson, an accomplished musician and master harpist who moved to Vero Beach last November.