Home is where you design it. Meet the Dudzik family and explore the John's Island villa they made their own.
Florida's rich golfing history can be seen right here in Indian River Count, where 2 of our courses date back 100 years.
Supermodel Kim Alexis will speak at Fashion Meets Art event, an occasion styled to encourage happiness and inspire imagination.
These employees prefer wishbones, tennis balls and a ride home with the windows down as payment. Meet the Shop Dogs of Vero.
Gopher tortoises play a key role in our ecosystem; get to know these resilient and hospitable creatures.
As she always planned, Rennie Gibb has returned home to Vero Beach and now welcomes others to the community she never stopped adoring.
20 years ago, we asked city and county planners to forecast 2020. We look at how they did and ask them about the future.
A local company is planting a new idea and cultivating it into the next big thing.
Toby Hill passes the reins to his son Chris, in the first story of our series about the next generation of local family-run businesses.
ELC Junior Interpreter welcomes readers into an inspiring butterfly garden.
To catch a glimpse of the amazing wildlife that call our area home, all you have to do is tern around.
As Michael Kint retires from a long career with the United Way, we celebrate the work he has done in our community.
Getting organized is good for our mental health. One local resident's unique calendar design can help.
The Senior Resource Association provides endless opportunities to keep our elderly residents active and involved.
The ocean-to-river community of John's Island, home to three golf courses and a group of people "always ready to enjoy themselves," celebrates 50 years of stellar hospitality.
It's no wonder that Dann Jacobus, fisherman, artist, historian and educator, wakes up at 4:30 most mornings. The best days start on the beach with a rod and reel.
Veronique and Michel Sallin brought their French farming values and savvy marketing focus to Florida 41 years ago. Their experience and tenacity keep taking IMG Citrus to new levels.
With a new year in the not so distant future, the search for inspired intentions and motivating mantras begins. We're shouting "Cher Ami!" in honor of one humble homing pigeon, whose bravery in the face of danger affected the course of a war.
Sometimes uncertain times require a fresh approach, even to fresh produce. Brittany Swartz, manager of the Farmers Market Oceanside, created the Farmers Market drop off program to ensure that local artisans could get their products to customers, without anyone having to leave the safety of home.
Vero Beach High School's search for a new football coach in 2011 started with 129 applicants. In the end it was the one man who hadn’t applied for the job that got it. Since then, it’s been nothing but victories.