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Palm Bay is the most recent of Brevard County's cities to consider a fertilizer ordinance and tonight the council will discuss how strict such restrictions -- if any are implemented -- should be.
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
Are You as Liberal as President Obama?
When three brewsketeers John Curtis, Donald Atwell and Kyle Smyth decided the Eau Gallie Arts District needed craft beers, the result was the Intracoastal Brewing Company, which officially opened Oct. 4. The boys are working hard to make their brewery an experience customers want to repeat again and again.
Dead bottlenose dolphins continue to wash up along Florida's east coast, suspected victims of a measles-like virus that is suspected to have killed more than 800 dolphins since July 1 between New York and Florida.
Witnesses said two people were trying to force their way into a Palm Bay home early Wednesday morning when they were shot dead by the homeowners, according to police.
You might want to think about opening your windows next year and making sure your lights are turned off.
It could be unlawful -- again -- to park a large work truck overnight in a residential neighborhood within unincorporated parts of Brevard County.
A majority of Brevard County teachers received the highest rating onthe state's evaluation system, according to the Florida Department of Education.
The Brevard County Animal Services and Enforcement Department has launched a "Twelve Strays of Christmas" promotion aimed at increasing adoptions and generating awareness about the pets available for adoption at its shelters in Melbourne and Titusville.
A woman brought a little black dog with her during a burglary last week and Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies are calling for tips.
Years of hurricanes and storms have taken a toll on Brevard County 's beaches. Now more than a year after Superstorm Sandy, county officials have started a renourishment project to fix the damage.
FLORIDA TODAY Public Interest Editor Matt Reed, in his Sunday Q&A column, wrote, "Brevard County Commissioner Trudie Infantini brings a different perspective to the board."
The analysis by USA Today/Gannett reported by Florida Today found that on the federal HealthCare.gov web site, the price can jump steeply from one county to another.
Workers at a Brevard County restaurant got a special Thanksgiving surprise thanks to a generous customer, according to a Central Florida newspaper.
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.
The way Carol and Charles Nash figure it, they have plenty to be thankful for just because they live in Brevard County.
But once the fight starts, Nicks' son gets taken to the ground and beaten about the face.