On September 27, 2018, a City of Vero Beach (COVB) trash truck ran into the Southeast corner of the garage attached to 2734 Cardinal Drive in the Central Beach area of Vero. This accident irreparably damaged the garage at 2734 AND the carport (they are structurally attached) of 2732 Cardinal Drive. The driver for … Continue reading Correcting an Article in 32963 on 2732 & 2734 Cardinal Drive, Vero Beach, FL.
On April 3, 2019 Hallandale Beach, FL passed a 5G small cell resolution urging the state legislature and federal government to initiate a study of the health effects of small cell towers built to accommodate 5G technology and to develop installation guidelines protecting the health and welfare of residents. Indian River County would be in … Continue reading Indian River County, FL Should Take a Lead Following Hallandale, Passing a 5G Small Cell Tower Resolution.
A Fifth Grader in the Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL Young Authors Club goes to the white board and writes "We need a petition." "Why do we need a petition?" "We need a petition to start recycling." "Let's check it out." Only three and a half hours after her inquiry was made to Vincent Burke, P. E. … Continue reading She Thought She Needed a Recycling Petition. Vero Beach, FL.
I take it you already know of tough and bough and cough and dough? Others may stumble, but not you, on hiccough, thorough, laugh and through. Well done! And now you wish, perhaps, to learn of less familiar traps. Beware of heard, a dreadful word, that looks like beard and sounds like bird. And dead-it's … Continue reading Unattributed Punctuation Poem.
Warren S. Kimber Jr. Warren “Kim” Kimber, Jr. and his wife Bobbie established the Joy Street Foundation to support education at all levels. Of the Young Authors Program, Bobbie Kimber, Foundation Trustee, said "we’ve never seen one like this. It is so new.” “The Foundation wants to recognize what you’ve done and become the first, … Continue reading Vero Communiqué Receives “Unrestricted” Contribution from Joy Street Foundation to Recognize its’ Young Authors Program.
Valedictory Essay, 1899 Riches may take to themselves wings, power may be snatched away from those who use it only for the good of others, reputation even may become tarnished, and yet there be left that which misfortune cannot touch – our Character. So many people confound Reputation with Character. Reputation is the opinion the … Continue reading Katherine Cutter Tenney: “Character”
By: Areana M. Neil [This article was submitted several months to Mr. Adam Neil, Editor, TCPalm/Treasure Coast Newspapers. With no response at all, even though Areana sent it herself in a hand written envelope with a cover letter, we are publishing it here.] It was after many school shootings, schools have decided to improve their … Continue reading I am a Fifth Grader and Here Are My Concerns About School Safety.