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.
Just in time for the party season, owners John Strausberg and Eric LaHaise recently opened Soirée Kitchen To Table in the Miracle Mile Plaza.
The Sea Spray Inn on South Beach was recently purchased by local residents Jeff Faucher and Leslie Jones and has been completely remodeled inside and out.
Owners Glenn and Dorothy Strunk opened Vero Beach’s newest event facility, The Plaza, located on 17th Street.
Elizabeth D. Kennedy & Co. have taken over the reins as operators of the on-site Garden Café at McKee Botanical Garden.
Pawprints of Vero Beach on 12th Street has expanded to make more room for its furry friends, both large and small.
Kayaks Etc. in Sebastian has recently expanded and changed its name to Florida Outdoor Center.
Kaleidoscope Consignments on south Old Dixie has recently expanded for a third time since opening in January 2009.
Anne Conklin recently opened Conklin Realty downtown at 19th Place.
After a decade in its northern location in Bernardsville, N.J., owners John M. Stringer and Caesar Mistretta have opened a southern J.M. Stringer Gallery of Fine Art on Ocean Drive.
Broker-owner Wendy Wilson has moved Associated Home Solutions Realty to a central location on State Road 60 in Vero Beach.
Liz and Kent Smith are capitalizing on the skyrocketing popularity of lacrosse on the Treasure Coast by expanding their Vero Beach store
Dr. Harold Brooks has announced the opening of a new dental practice in Vero Beach specializing in the use of advanced-technology dentistry.
Vero Beach native Carla Klein recently opened Carla Klein Insurance Services, an independent licensed insurance agency specializing in home, auto, boat, liability and life insurance. Carla brings more than 20 years of insurance experience in Indian River County to her new agency.
SunUp ARC is the result of a recent merger of two local nonprofit organizations serving individuals with developmental disabilities in Indian River County: the Abilities Resource Center and the Sun Up Center. With more than 57 years of combined experience, SunUp ARC blends the unique missions of both organizations into a new mission, offering more choices and opportunities for the developmentally disabled.
Margaret Leinen, Ph.D., was recently appointed Executive Director of FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.