The annual “Kids vs. Cops” basketball game ended with a final score 39 to 36 and raised hundreds of dollars for student programs and activities.
During a Brevard County school board meeting Tuesday, it was decided that Dr. Mark Mullins no longer serve as the school district’s superintendent, according to a statement from Brevard Public Schools.
Brevard County Mosquito Control contractors will be spraying overnight Monday, Nov. 21 in western portions of Scottsmoor, Mims, Titusville, Port Saint John and Cocoa as well as southwest Palm Bay. Spray scheduling is approximate and may be delayed due to weather or other factors.
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Brevard County will open 4 shelters at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, for residents in the recommended evacuation groups and for individuals who do not feel safe in their homes as a result of the potential hurricane-force winds, storm surge, and flooding conditions from Tropical Storm Nicole
Tuesday’s “blood moon” eclipse will begin at 3:02 a.m. EST when the moon begins to enter the outermost region of Earth’s shadow. While this marks the official beginning of the lunar eclipse, it can be hard to see as the Earth’s penumbral shadow is very slight.