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Dave Chappelle will bring his standup act to the King Center in Melbourne on Dec. 18. And if you plan on heckling him, beware.
Just before Thanksgiving, 14-year-old Christin Rivas got six rare-earth magnets from a friend at church, thinking she could "freak out" her classmates by using them for tricks.
Sunday's article in FLORIDA TODAY's Business section about the Goodwill Industries store that is being built in West Melbourne using nearly all products made in the USA was excellent.
It's four acres of prime-location riverfront property, where Melbourne officials see a swanky hotel, bustling restaurant, or a gathering hub for a park along the Indian River Lagoon on the drawing board.
Martinis and Mistletoe, the annual holiday extravaganza hosted by the Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central Florida, has become a must-do event for many local businesspeople.
On a recent morning at Florida Air Academy, a private day and boarding school near downtown Melbourne, students weren't using papers and pencils in their Algebra I class.
Paws up to Pam Shaia and Stan Pengelly of From Olives and Grapes. The couple recently presented checks to the Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid-Florida, the Mid-Florida Sheltie Rescue and Coastal Poodle Rescue.
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Melbourne, Florida - December 3, 2013 - Ok Florida skiers, it is time to brush the dust off your skis, boots and poles and plan your first ski trip this ski season.
A woman brought a little black dog with her during a burglary last week and Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies are calling for tips.
The King Center for the Performing Arts and WUCF TV, Central Florida's PBS station, will hosting a free screening of the first hour of Season 4 of "Downton Abbey" at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 16. Fans of the British drama will have the opportunity to see the episode before it airs on television Jan. 5, according to a press release from the King Center.
A West Melbourne council meeting was business as usual tonight nearly until the end, when two members called for another to step down from her role.
With a little help from Florida Tech's volleyball and football coaches, an 850 pound manatee got a second chance at life, after being hit by a boat.
Last month, executives from Lincoln Motor Co. and Percepta LLC gathered in Melbourne at the Florida Business Centre to note the opening of the Lincoln Client Relationship Center.
Those probably sound like similar aims, but they're not. The first is an impossible goal for Brevard Animal Services, given the condition of nearly nine of 10 animals it must put down.