Many of Florida’s wild creatures occupy natural habitats, but some venture among people. In recent years, these encounters have become more prevalent due to human encroachment upon pristine territories. Read more
Spring warmth brings fun fishing in the Indian River Lagoon as speckled trout, redfish and snook are feeding before spawning season.
Alex and Lauren Flores seem able to clone themselves. The busy couple have successfully operated two very different and demanding businesses for more than three years while raising a young family.
April is a special month for the environment: it is when we celebrate Earth Day. For us at Recycle Brevard, March is also a special month and was a bit extra special this year for it marked Re…
For years, wildlife photographer Jim Angy would beat the sun’s arrival to head to the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands in Viera to meet friend and fellow photographer, the late Charlie Corbeil,…
Attention, well-dressed canines, felines, and the rest of the pet world … and their humans. The time has come to strut your stuff during the Derby Day Pet Fest, when Viera puts out the red car…
Break out your headbands, tie dye shirts and fringe jackets and hop in your VW bus if you have one. The 1960s and 1970s are back during Senior Life’s fifth Drive-Thru Senior Expo from 8 to 11 …
A dozen South Brevard County churches are getting together to paint local classrooms, beautify school landscapes and stock supply closets as part of Space Coast CityFest, a region-wide evangel…
Visitors to Brevard Zoo Linear Park can connect with nature on a more than 6-mile roundtrip of hiking or biking in the middle of Viera.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, residents facing quarantines and crowd restrictions turned to the outdoors along the Space Coast — biking, fishing, hiking and hunting.
The Space Coast Audubon Society urges anybody interested in birding — from below novice to expert — to contribute valuable data by spotting, identifying and quantifying local flocks during the…
Elisabeth and Todd Osborne’s love story was a match made in their Rockledge elementary school lunch line. That is where his smile caught her eye. He was in the fourth grade and she, the third.
Raoul and Marie d’Hérouville moved to Viera from Toulouse, France in August 2019. Coming to Florida during the summer could be a difficult adjustment for many.
Plans for a new dog park in Woodside Park were unveiled at the Dec. 17 meeting of the Viera East Community Development District at Faith Lutheran Church in Viera.
Suntree resident Sandy Rowjohn is a designer of cards. Her love for card-making has grown through the years, so much that she likes to donate them.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Florida and Brevard County last March, the courts were forced to close for several weeks, producing a severe backlog of civil and criminal cases.
Silk cocoon earrings, handcrafted jewelry and watercolor paintings are some of the artworks Beverly Morgan has on display at the Art Gallery of Viera in The Avenue.
Robert Dale was named the new chairman of the Board of Supervisors to the Viera East Community Development District during the Nov. 19 meeting at Faith Lutheran Church
Port St. John Christmas Parade organizer Randy Rodriguez anticipates fun and colorful floats in this year’s parade. However, coronavirus precautions will be taken.
Chanukah, the “Festival of Lights,” is an eight-day Jewish celebration. Families gather at home to light the menorah in remembrance of the miracles God bestowed upon their people.
Marco Mendoza is fascinated by the idea of our inner self. His contemporary abstract art comes from the search for the true self and happiness that he feels everyone is looking for.
The launch of SpaceX Crew 1 signals the beginning of the end of NASA’s reliance on the Russian Soyuz rocket to take American astronauts to the International Space Station.