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Small Wonder

Small Wonder

Born in Vero Beach to Dr. Peter and Nancy Welter, she grew up devoted to sports. At age 8 she spent countless hours on the tennis courts practicing and competing in tournaments, beating both boys and girls. Passionate, driven and with an indomitable spirit, she says she could do things people twice her size couldn’t do. “I thought big. I was, in my mind, unstoppable.”

Time Is Brain

Time Is Brain

In a greatly fortuitous happening for Vero Beach, Indian River Medical Center has partnered with the Arubah Neuroscience Institute to create a state-of–the-art stroke facility capable of treating the most complex cerebrovascular diseases.

Fits To A Tee

Fits To A Tee

When Janet’s parents passed away, the house they had built in 1985 became hers — no strings attached. They had made it clear their daughter and her husband could do whatever they wanted: They could renovate, sell, or tear it down and rebuild; it was up to them.

The Ultimate Police Reality Show

The Ultimate Police Reality Show

In Indian River County, we have the ultimate cop reality show: Citizen’s Academy. Run by the Sheriff’s Office since 1989, this 11-week course gives residents of Vero Beach, Sebastian and Fellsmere a behind-the-scenes look at everything “sheriff.”

‘Celebrating The Familiar’

‘Celebrating The Familiar’

Beginning the first weekend in January and running through the end of April, lifelike bronze sculptures can be found there, enjoying their lush tropical surroundings.

Food For Thought

Food For Thought

“We don’t believe in diet,” Ares insists. “We believe in lifestyle. We eat to live and to feel good, and the balance of these two is what we like to offer at La Tabla. Diets usually create a short-term solution that is rarely sustainable.