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Brevard County

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  • Tampa Trib: LeMieux strongarmed Senate seat; Mack team: “Investigation!”

     
    An article in the Tampa Tribune reports that George LeMieux pressured then-Gov. Charlie Crist into appointing him to fill out the vacant U.S. Senate term in 2009 rather than appoint then-Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, leading the campaign of LeMieux's current U....
  • Mack pushes “Nelson’s a liberal” message at Orlando DQ

     
    The final campaign stop of Day 3 of U.S. Rep. Connie Mack's Florida U.S. Senate bus tour had him greeting 60 or 70 eager supporters at an Orlando Dairy Queen last night with the message that Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson is far more liberal than...
  • Workforce CEO candidates will be interviewed this week

     
    Board members of Workforce Central Florida — at least some of them — have a busy few days ahead of them. They begin today interviewing finalists for the agency's CEO position. The selection committee last week identified 10 candidates it...
  • This time it’s Dave Weldon considering the GOP U.S. Senate race

     
    Jeb Bush? Nope. Vern Buchanan? Nope. Mike Haridopolos? Yes, no, no.George LeMieux? Yes. Yes. Yes. Adam Hasner? Yes, no, no. Craig Miller? Yes, no. Allen West? Nope. Connie Mack? No. No. Yes. Adam Putnam? Nope. Any other Republicans available to run for...
  • Was Death a Coincidence for Two Young Black Men?

     
    On December 2, 2012, a grieving family and friends came together at Trinity Chapel in Powder Springs, Georgia, for a home going service for 17 year old Jordon Davis. The circumstances surrounding his death starts with Michael Dunn, a white man came over...
  • Monarch of the Seas leaving Port Canaveral

     
    After 22 years of sailing the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas is leaving Central Florida again - this time for good. On April 1, right after its last trip to Royal's private island of CocoCay in the Bahamas, the cruise...
  • Eau Gallie Founders Day event set for Feb. 16 in Melbourne

     
    The Third Annual Eau Gallie Founders Day Fish Fry will unfold from noon to 5 pm Saturday, Feb. 16, in Eau Gallie Square at the corner of Highland Avenue and Eau Gallie Boulevard in Melbourne. A joint project of the Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street and...
  • Kennedy Space Center: Four Floridians for $99

     
    Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is re-introducing a ticket option that allows admission for four Florida residents for $99. To purchase the Florida Resident $99 Four-Pack, guests must use a printed coupon available online here: http://www....
  • 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...
  • Mack’s ‘Freedom Tour’ comes to Central Florida Monday

     
    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Connie Mack IV is bringing his bus tour to Central Florida Monday, with stops in Daytona Beach, Melbourne and Orlando. Here's the schedule: Buck’s Gun Rack 12:45 PM EDT 607 West International Speedway Blvd.,...
  • Free entrance to national parks on Saturday

    Free entrance to national parks on Saturday
    Get in free at U.S. National Parks on Saturday, Sept. 29, as part of the park system's free entrance program. The park service is waiving fees to over 100 parks around the country to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Parks on the Florida list:...
  • Commuters reThink drive with state help

    Commuters reThink drive with state help
    A state program offering alternatives to the traditional one-car, lone-wolf commute is an idea whose time has come – and not a minute too soon for Barbie Lee. In August, Lee was informed that Allstate planned to close the Melbourne office where she...