Free Bing Image - School District of Indian River County A group called We The People Indian River County, led by Jennifer Pippin has filed a lawsuit against the SDIRC. Plaintiffs are parents Jennifer Pippin, Alexandra Nobregas, Nicole Campanelli and Sandy Campiglia. "We The People of Indian River County on behalf of the children and … Continue reading Group Sues School Board Over Mask Mandate, Indian River County, FL.
The Young Journalist Organization of Indian River County, FL is pleased to announce its third generous “unrestricted” grant from the Joy Street Foundation, New Vernon, N.J. Warren “Kim” Kimber, Jr. and his wife Bobbie established the Joy Street Foundation to support education. The foundation only makes contributions to preselected charitable organizations. In announcing their grant to … Continue reading The Young Journalist Program Receives Third Consecutive Grant from the Joy Street Foundation.
Veronica Martinez Vorano My name is Alfredo Martínez Vorano, Veronica's only brother. My Sister was an excellent person, full of life and Loved by her family. Her death has left an immense pain in all of us, her parents, her son, her cousins and uncles and her beloved nephew Valentín, a child to whom we … Continue reading Veronica’s Brother Speaks Out.
We are Natalia Vorano and Valeria Vorano, cousins of Verónica Martinez Vorano, who died on November 15, 2019 in Aventura, FL after a Brightline train hit her Mercedes SUV. We live in Argentina. We appreciate that finally and after 9 months, since the letter that kindly send Mr. Thomas Hardy trying to help in getting some … Continue reading Cousins Respond to FRA’s Response to Brightline Fatality.
In November, 2020 Indian River Charter High School (IRCHS) student Sarah Ward decided to enter the Dewey Awards Essay “Teacher of Inspiration” Competition on a whim. The Dewey Awards are financed by Charter School Capital and are submitted on a voluntary basis. The entries were written to recognize the contribution of a mentor teacher who has inspired … Continue reading Indian River, FL Charter High School Junior Oboist Wins Dewey “Teacher of Inspiration” Essay for Orchestra Director.
Here are recent developments at the federal, state and local level regarding the "performance or usage of 5G in the U.S." Federal developments A lawsuit by the Environmental Health Trust against the FCC continues in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Brief is at Environmental Health Trust v. FCC, No. 20-1025 (D.C. Cir. July 29, 2020). … Continue reading 5G Towers are Popping Up. Latest Developments.
On November 15, 2019, we wrote that Verónica Martinez Vorano died on November 15th 2019 in Aventura after a Brightline train hit her Mercedes SUV and that her family wants to know what happened. https://verocommunique.com/2020/02/14/brightline-family-of-woman-killed-by-train-wants-answers/ On March 4, 2020 VIA CERTIFIED MAIL we wrote to Elaine Chao, Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation … Continue reading FRA Responds to Fatal Virgin/Brightline Death of Ms. Veronica L. Martinez Vorano.
The Nation’s Health Care Crisis: “This Country cannot continue to tolerate the severe disparities we have – based on neighborhood, education or skin color – in life expectancy, medical debt, access to mental-health or dental care, the ability to fill prescriptions, having a regular doctor, or simply having enough to eat.” Our inequalities are “visible … Continue reading America is at a Tipping Point…
white house building icon in Washington DC Some of the task force’s recommendations weaken even as its reports show the pandemic is worsening. Published by Liz Essley White of the Center for Public Integrity on October 8, 2020. Twenty-four states are in the “red zone” for new coronavirus cases, according to documents the White House Coronavirus Task … Continue reading White House Says 24 States are in Coronavirus ‘Red Zone.’