Brevard Health Alliance Announces Opening of Pediatric Urgent Care Center

  Brevard Health Alliance is proud to announce the Opening of Pediatric Urgent Care Center Melbourne, Fla. The center adjoins the current BHA comprehensive healthcare facility located at 2120 Sarno Road. BHA’s Pediatric Urgent Care Center will be open six days a week with extended Read More …

Brevard County Epilepsy WALK

The Epilepsy Association of Central Florida (EACF) is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children and adults with epilepsy and seizure disorders throughout Central Florida.  Not only does the EACF provide services for those with epilepsy but we also offer educational programs for your Read More …

Season of Giving Stretches Beyond the Holidays

Health First Continues its Support of Space Coast Crew, a Growing Community Athletic Program  By Sara Paulson   The goodwill spirit is in full swing – but giving back is something Health First commits to beyond the holiday season of giving. Identifying community needs – and Read More …

How to Find Legitimate Work at Home Opportunities

As a communications strategist, trainer and business consultant, I am often asked if there are legitimate opportunities to work from home. People tell me, “Everything I look into is a scam.” Sadly, many advertised opportunities are scams. It’s easy to find the modern-day equivalent of Read More …

Salvation Army of Melbourne 6th Annual Giving Hope Gala August 25th

The Salvation Army of Melbourne is hosting its 6th Annual Giving Hope Gala “An Evening to Make Dreams Come True”.  This gala benefits the Sue M. Pridmore Center for Women and Children. The Sue M. Pridmore Center for Homeless Women and Children is the only Read More …

July 4th FREE Concert & Fireworks Show / Cocoa Riverfront Park, Florida

      A Brevard Tradition! Join the BSO for this FREE outdoor concert at the Cocoa Riverfront Park! Guests will experience an evening of fabulous patriotic and Pops classics while viewing the awesome fireworks display presented by the Cities of Cocoa and Rockledge. A fun-filled day for Read More …

Space Coast Baby & Kids Expo this coming July 7th / Melbourne Fl

The Space Coast Baby & Kids Expo returns to Melbourne this summer and we’re so excited! Presented by Brilliant Smiles Orthodontics, this event is for expecting parents and families with young children offering free admission and free activities! Stop by the Melbourne Auditorium on Saturday, July 7th Read More …

Teacher of the Year / Palm Bay Florida

  Covenant Christian School is pleased to announce that the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year is Heather Bennett. Mrs. Bennett earned a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University and taught at two Christian schools prior to arriving at CCS in the fall Read More …

Having the Right Insurance makes all the difference in the world

Insurance can be a confusing topic, there’s always many questions to ask: do you have the right coverage, does your policy provide enough coverage, what happens when you don’t have enough coverage? Finding the right insurance policy for what matters most to you is extremely Read More …

Scholarship Awarded to Local Nursing Student: February 19th

   The Banana River Sail and Power Squadron is proud to award a $1,000 scholarship to a noteworthy Keiser University student: Carolyn Yannotta. The Squadron is honored to have expanded its mission of promoting safe boating to include promoting academic success with scholarships to local Read More …

Health First’s ‘Save a Life’ Day March 3rd Equips Community with Critical Skills

10 years Running, Event Offers Free CPR, Stop the Bleed Training and Family Fun    Would you know what to do if someone had a cardiac arrest in your presence – or suffered a severe, life-threatening wound? The best hope for survival in either situation Read More …

Tips when starting a neighborhood watch

Neighborhood watch programs can provide communities with a sense of security while serving as a low-cost deterrent to crime. The National Crime Prevention Council even notes that watch groups can serve as a stepping stone to community revitalization. Establishing a neighborhood watch program is no Read More …

So Why Do They Call It The Indian River?

 by Lawrence Sarsoun Years ago and new to Brevard county, we were camping at Sebastian Inlet State Park when it occurred to us that we were living in the famed “Indian River Grapefruit” area. Up north, we enjoyed the fine oranges and grapefruits from this Read More …

Preparing for large-scale emergencies

It is impossible to predict what the future will bring, but a growing number of people are focused on safeguarding their futures by preparing for catastrophic emergencies. Perhaps in reaction to terror-related attacks across the globe, the rise in devastating storms, and domestic and international Read More …