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  • Craig Technologies acquires shuttle maintenance shop, lab equipment

     
    Melbourne-based Craig Technologies and NASA have reached agreement on a deal that will allow the company to take possession of 1,600 pieces of machine shop and lab equipment used in the shuttle program and intends to use it to service private companies'...
  • Seminole (and Brevard) “academically high performing” again this year

     
    The Seminole County school district is one of 19 in Florida to earn the designation “academically high performing” from the state this year. Brevard County is the only other district in Central Florida. Both have earned the honor in previous...
  • Orlando Science Center: Storm chaser leads Saturday sessions

     
    Florida-based storm chaser / writer / photographer Chris Kridler will share her experiences in the field during two sessions at Orlando Science Center on Saturday. Kridler, who lives in Brevard County, has worked as a reporter and editor at Florida Today,...
  • State axes plan for Lake Jesup bridge cyclists

     
    Citing public concern and cost, the Florida Department of Transportation has pulled back on a plan to let bicyclists ride on the State Road 417 bridge from Oviedo to Sanford over Lake Jesup. But the Pineda Causeway bike lanes in Brevard County are still a...
  • John Mica, Sandy Adams on ‘Central Florida Spotlight’

     
    On the public-affairs front this weekend: U.S. Reps. John Mica and Sandy Adams, who are running for the same congressional seat in the Aug. 14 Republican primary, are guests this weekend on WFTV-Channel 9's “Central Florida Spotlight.”...
  • WKMG bidding farewell to admired photographer Joe Carroll

     
    A local TV legend is calling it quits. Joe Carroll, avideo journalistat Channel 6 for 27 years, will retire fromthe CBS affiliate on Friday. “It's past due. It's long past due,” said Carroll, 69, of College Park. “I've had an...
  • Obama’s Sunday morning Melbourne stop detailed

     
    The re-election campaign of President Barack Obama announced some details of his intended visit to Melbourne Sunday morning, with the stop being at Florida Institute of Technology and free tickets becoming available in several Brevard County locations...
  • Feds bust manatee killer

     
    Federal wildlife cops, working with their Florida partners, get a Merritt Island man sentenced for killing a manatee while speeding through a manatee-slow zone. It’sinteresting and here's thepress release: JOINT U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE...
  • Opera part of program from Central Florida Winds

     
    Riverside Presbyterian Church of Cocoa Beach will present Songs, Waltzes and Overtures by the Central Florida Winds at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 3,  in the church sanctuary at 3400 N. Atlantic Ave. The free concert will feature young opera and theater...
  • Tidbits from Hal Downing’s recent newsletter

     
    Local cycling guru Hal Downing notes the recent opening of Winter Park Cycles (formerly Glory Cycles) at 3014 Corrine Drive, Orlando, just down from Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux. He says: “Unlike Glory Cycles, Winter Park Cycles will be open on...
  • Cannon won’t give depo today; Greer lawyer steamed

     
    By Rene Stutzman, Orlando Sentinel Incoming- Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon will not sit down this morning in a law office in Orlando, take an oath to tell the truth then answer hard questions about his role in firing deposed Florida GOP Chairman Jim...
  • Newspapers go for Rubio

     
    Over the weekend the Miami Herald endorsed Republican Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate, a recommendation that surely will surprise those who see the Herald as a left-leaning publication. In fact, the Herald's Rubio endorsement put them in the company of...