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Pope Francis is credited by observers with taking his faith out of the confines of the Vatican and into the streets where the poor and the marginalized live.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
4 hrs ago | Florida Today
There will be a grand opening and ribbbon-cutting for Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County Inc. from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday.
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What's even better than using recycled steel for framing? Making it on the go. Cliff Singleton, owner of NexGen Framing System LLC, operates out of Melbourne, Fla., but his three trailers, each containing a metal-extrusion machine, can bring a framing factory anywhere.
He has a set of long, thick black sideburns shaped like inward facing hockey-sticks.
About 40 people gathered Tuesday morning for a groundbreaking ceremony at the entrance to the future Sawgrass Lakes housing mega-development in West Melbourne.
I was 12 when I got what I was sure was the worst Christmas present ever received by anyone in the entire world.
Police have arrested a man they say exchanged gunfire with a Melbourne Officer last month.
But this isn't the end of the story. There are lessons to be learned all around.
For years, surprised Space Coast motorists have caught fleeting glimpses of a psychedelic Saturday-morning-cartoon van with eye-popping turquoise and lime-green paint, orange wheels and a yellow bumper sticker asking "W.W.S.D. -- What Would Scooby Do?" Zoinks! It's The Mystery Machine! Sonya Conway's Hanna-Barbera-ized 2001 Dodge Ram Van has ... (more)
Garrett Vicarro was hit by a car and killed on the bridge east of Eau Gallie Causeway because a man looked down at a text message and drifted out of his lane in April.
THE story from Melbourne, Florida, is that the thief took a little black dog with her during a burglary last week.
The National Security Agency isn't the only government entity secretly collecting data from people's cellphones.
Mike Conneen, paralyzedfrom the waist down since a 2003 accident on an all-terrain vehicle, paddles a kayak for the freedom of mobility but also for a mission: the Indian River Lagoon.