Viera Means Business
Rabbi will travel to NYC to receive honorary degree
Rabbi Cantor Patricia Hickman of Temple Israel in Viera will be awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Hebrew Union College
Brevard Cultural Alliance welcomes new board members
BCA welcomes five new members of the organization’s board of directors
Quality Collision Repair supports Children’s Hunger Project
Grand re-opening features fundraiser to help children
Testing for Food Allergies
10th anniversary of Operation Ceasefire
Scott Perala launched and led the successful gun violence prevention Task Force
Young Conservationist remembered at two events
Justin Mitchell is honored at the inaugural Charlie Corbeil Conservation Awards
Honor Flight president take vets on trip to monument
William Welser heads Space Coast Honor Flight, honoring WWII and Korean veterans with a visit to their monument in Washington, D.C.
Local crusader believes in ‘Hand Up’ for needy
John Mandala, of Breathing Space, operated Chef John's Red Wagon, a non-profit food truck.
Viera Mom invents Dripsters to cure ice cream mess
Dripsters, compressed sponges, shield a child's hand.
Something new coming to a food festival near you
Udo’s Doener Booth serves a healthy
Construction begins on Arrivas Village, Stadium Villas in Viera
Arrivas Village is pre-selling now and model homes are currently being built.
Viera’s first principal to retire
Cynthia Ford is principal of Ralph Williams Elementary, the first elementary school in the fledgling community.
Holy Trinity science teacher inspires students
For 6 years, Lovelace’s students have been weighing, measuring and taking the temperature of tree frogs found in any of the 100 traps set around the school wetlands.
Dancing trumps shyness for cause
Owner and general manager of the Holiday Inn Melbourne-Viera Conference Center, Samir Patel will perform in the Dancing With Brevard
Meet Mulac, Brevard Zoo’s newest male jaguar
Mulac, a male jaguar from Sacramento Zoo, is now on exhibit in the La Selva Area of Brevard Zoo.
2nd annual Beer Run on tap for June 7
The second annual Bottoms Up Beer Run will be held at 6:30 p.m., June 7 at Wickham Park.
Hawks boys and girls track teams set new school records
Coach Dave Costello is happy with the Viera High Hawks Track team, who went undefeated at home.
Elementary school teachers gearing up for 11th annual faculty softball game
The 11th annual Faculty Softball Game is set for May 29 at Space Coast Stadium. Quest will play Ralph Williams at 6 p.m., followed by Manatee vs. Golfview at 7:15.
Linear Park trail opens at the Brevard Zoo
Dignitaries and zoo supporters gathered for the April 4 ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by a group hike south from a new parking lot for trail users.
Suntree parade rocks new route
The April 5th Suntree Spring Fling Parade ended in a festival at Interlachen Park.
Suntree condo community named award finalist
The Courtyards condominium community in Suntree has been named a finalist in the Communities of Excellence program.
Viera resident talks about being bullied in new book
Gabrielle Ford tells her story in GABE & IZZY: Standing Up for America's Bullied
Karate a lifelong marathon for 10th-degree black belt
Robert Scaglione teaches Ueshiro Shorin-Ryu Karate at Viera Regional Park Community Center.
DJ business grooves, grows for Viera High senior
Aaron Kirschenbaum, is the owner of Viera DJ Entertainment.
Brevard Rockets claim fall season hockey championship
USSSA Space Coast Complex open for business
Holy Trinity students embrace drone racing club team
Hannah Banana works wonders for children at Devereux
Space Coast United’s Dixon named regional Coach of the Year
Viera High robotics team qualifies for state tournament
Principal off to good start at Divine Mercy Catholic Academy
When temperatures dip, sea turtles face danger
Bald eagles make themselves at home in Viera
Clapper breaks down problems facing world in King Center speach