95 near Cheney in Titusville closes after semi hits construction vehicle
The Florida Highway Patrol has confirmed that the accident was caused when the driver of the tractor-trailer failed to slow down or move over for a lane closure.
Titusville Police Department Honors Verda Blackburn, Its First Policewoman, for Women’s History Month
In 1954, Verda Blackburn made history by becoming the first policewoman to serve in the Titusville Police Department.
City’s Mulch Madness Water Conservation program ends March 31
The initiative will award a $5 credit on the City of Titusville water bill for every 4 bags of plain pine bark mulch purchased between March 10 and March 31.
Titusville Residents Face Interruption in Reclaimed Water Service Due to Pump Issues
Titusville’s Blue Heron Water Reclamation Facility is experiencing problems with its high-service reclaimed water pumps, which has resulted in a temporary halt to the supply of reclaimed water to customers in the south end of the city.
NASA, SpaceX postponed Crew-6 Launch, now March 2nd
With just two minutes remaining on the countdown clock, the Crew-6 launch was called off due to a problem related to the TEA-TEB ignition fluid, which is used to ignite the SpaceX Falcon 9’s rocket engines at liftoff.
NASA’s Crew-6 is Ready for Launch to Space Station
The Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket were rolled out to Launch Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center earlier this week, and liftoff is scheduled for Monday at 1:45am, EST.
Mom files lawsuit against Titusville after son becomes paralyzed
The boy’s mother filed a lawsuit against the city in November 2021, alleging negligence for failing to properly maintain the sewage pipe and warn residents of the dangers caused by the sewage leak.
New Fast Casual Restaurant coming to Downtown Titusville
Gold Fish Bowl, a new fast-casual restaurant inspired by the owner’s mother’s business in North Carolina, is set to open soon in downtown Titusville.
Tuesday Morning in Titus Landing set to close in 2023
Off-price retailer, Tuesday Morning, announced that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday, December 10. The location in Titus Landing is listed on the stores website as closing in 2023
‘Project Artemis’ begins filming at KSC, starring Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson
According to a listing on the official site for the Film & Television Industry Alliance, the “Remake of the original Ocean’s Eleven that is set in Europe in the 1960s starring Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie,” the listing reads.
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting – January 8th 2023
Learn about what’s happening at tonight’s Planning and Zoning Commission, scheduled for 6pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall
United Launch Alliance stacks Inaugural Vulcan rocket
The United Launch Alliance has announced a major milestone – the inaugural Vulcan rocket has been successfully assembled and is ready for pre-flight testing at its Florida launch site, SLC-41.
Free Year of Cracker Barrel to Propose at the Restaurant
Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day, and Cracker Barrel is offering couples a chance to win free food for a year if they propose at the restaurant.
Titusville author’s children’s book launching to space aboard Crew-6
The children’s book Ticket to Space actually has a ticket to space. This colorful story book has been selected by Story Time From Space (STFS), a nonprofit education project that sends children’s books to the International Space Station.
Culver’s Update: January 31, 2023
A Development Review Committee meeting is scheduled for today at 2pm, where city staff will discuss two waivers for the site located at 2855 Cheney Hwy to construct a new Culver’s restaurant.
Fire breaks out at Emerald Place Apartments
Emerald Place Apartments were the scene of a structure fire at approximately 2:15 pm Friday afternoon
Sheriff Ivey sued for weekly ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ videos
According to a lawsuit filed against Sheriff Ivey in Brevard County court on Wednesday by David Austin Gay, many of these people were not actually fugitives at all.
Titusville Mall moves closer to ‘Urban Village’ development
Last week, Titusville planning officials took a step forward in the transformation of the former Searstown Mall into an urban village.
Tranquility Shores Phase 2 starts Planning
On January 18th, the City of Titusville Planning and Zoning Commission will vote to either approve or deny a sketch plat for the second phase of the newest planned community in Titusville.
Falcon Heavy launch this weekend, with double sonic booms
This Saturday, SpaceX prepares to launch the USSF-67 mission for the U.S. Space Force from Florida’s Space Coast, with Double Sonic Booms 8 minutes after launch
Current Developments in North Brevard
Below is a list of current developments either proposed, in the early stages of planning or going through City review. Each development will have a date of the next public meeting, where residents can show up to voice to opinions for these projects happening in our City of TitusvilleIf you support what I do and…
Baby sleeper recalls reissued after more infants died
On Monday, Fisher-Price and Kids2 reannounced recalls of their Rock ‘n Play sleepers from 2019. The recall came after more babies died in the recalled products since the initial notice was issued.
City Council to Vote on Local Fire Fighters Union Agreement Tonight
On December 19, 2022, the City of Titusville was notified that members of the International Association of Fire Fighters – Titusville Local 2445 had voted 22 to accept and 8 to reject a collective bargaining agreement.
Brevard County Board to ask State to rename NASA Causeway
Brevard County commissioners are asking state leaders to honor the legacy of Dr. Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, by renaming a bridge on State Road 405.
40yr old science satellite reenters, burns up in atmosphere
After decades of studying the Earth from space, a retired NASA science satellite made its final journey through the atmosphere over the Bering Sea off Alaska late Sunday night.
Florida manatees in rehab amid ongoing starvation
The critical need for rehab centers has been caused by a chronic starvation problem due to water pollution that led to a record 1,100 manatee deaths in 2021.
Titusville Fire Department Raises $2,000 for Parrish Healthcare’s Cancer Care Program
The Titusville Fire Department recently presented the Jess Parrish Medical Foundation (JPMF) with a donation of $2,000 in support of cancer care programs at Parrish Healthcare.
New Year Marks New Rockets from the Space Coast
The Space Coast is gearing up for a bustling year of rocket launches, with the potential to set new records and introduce some fresh names.
U.S. sues AmerisourceBergen, alleges improper opioid sales
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 107,622 people died from overdose in the United States in 2021, a 15% increase from 2020’s figure of 93,655 overdose deaths.
Playalinda Beach to reopen January 3rd
Playalinda Beach, a popular destination in the Canaveral National Seashore, is set to reopen on January 3rd, 54 days after it was damaged by Hurricane Nicole.
Canaveral Nat’l Seashore, Playalinda Beach smashed by Hurricane Nicole are ‘not going to be the same’
“I’ve been here 28 years and seen a lot of storms,” said Laura Henning, spokesperson and among a staff of 45 at Canaveral National Seashore.” Now, every time I come here I am in shock. I think everybody is feeling that way.”
Local Law Enforcement Host National K9 Training Event
Over 60 Law Enforcement and Civilian Search and Rescue K9 teams from across the country and Canada recently gathered in Titusville, Florida for a week of training at the American Police Hall of Fame.
Titusville Police Provide Holiday Shopping Spree for Local Kids
This year, over fifty local children in Titusville were given the opportunity to partake in the annual Shop with a Cop event just before Christmas.
Titusville Police & Brevard TRIAD Play Santa to Local Seniors
The holiday season was made extra special for over 400 local seniors in Brevard County, thanks to the efforts of Brevard County TRIAD and Titusville Police Department’s North Brevard Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (SALT) volunteers.
Watch Live: NASA performs spacewalk to install solar array
NASA astronauts will try again on Thursday morning to attach a solar array on the International Space Station after a piece of space junk was determined to be flying dangerously close to the orbiting laboratory to risk the project on Wednesday.
Cold Weather Shelter Location in Titusville
With local temperatures expected to get below 30 degrees this weekend, LifePointe Ministries will open the Titusville Civic Center as an inclement weather shelter this weekend.
Port Canaveral might break one-day cruise passenger records on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
On December 31st, the number of cruises will increase to six, and 57,000 passengers will be getting on or off the ships – a number greater than the population of Titusville, Brevard County’s third most populous city.
Vatican defrocks Titusville-based anti-abortion priest Frank Pavone
The Vatican has defrocked Titusville-based priest, Frank Pavone, for what it said were “blasphemous communications on social media” as well as “persistent disobedience” of his bishop who repeatedly told him to stop his partisan activism for Donald Trump.
BREAKING: Coast Guard searches for woman reported overboard on cruise ship near Port Canaveral
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching off the coast of Central Florida after reports of a person who has fallen from a cruise ship.
Lettuce arrives this week to fight feared return of manatee starvation
In a lull before a feared return to disaster, wildlife authorities said Wednesday they are about to receive truckloads of lettuce for feeding starving manatees this winter in the coastal Indian River east of Orlando.
Titusville Police open Substation at Titusville High School
Titusville High School has opened a new substation for the Titusville Police Department on their school campus
Titusville Raw Water well tests negative for E.coli
After a raw water well tested positive for E.Coli on 12/9, five follow-up samples have since tested negative for E. coli and treated drinking water in the distribution system shows no presence of the bacteria.
New proposed Brevard County schools discipline policy to be revealed
The school board has been working to revise the code and make its policy stricter to prevent staff from exiting en masse over the holiday break, and offiicals plan to reveal more details about the new policy during a 5:30 p.m. meeting Tuesday.
Parrish Healthcare to End Relationship with Cigna Effective Dec. 16
Parrish Healthcare announced its relationship with Cigna Health Care will end on Friday, Dec. 16, citing overall financial losses from its relationship with Cigna and a refusal by the insurance giant to reimburse Parrish over $1 million for services previously provided
Playalinda Beach Cleanup Continues
Cleanup of storm related debris continues across Canaveral National Seashore. Ocean swells from Hurricane Nicole heavily impacted the boardwalks in the Playalinda District, depositing large amounts of wooden debris along the shoreline. The Playlinda District remains closed to all use. All boardwalks in the Playalinda District received impacts, ranging from minor damage to complete destruction.…
Titusville raw water well tests positive for E.Coli
On Thursday, a Titusville raw water well tested positive for E. coli, prompting the immediate shutdown of the well by city officials.
Property owner previously denied zoning for new home requests mediation with the City
The owners of a 13-acre property have a mediation set for Wednesday with the City of Titusville to try and find an alternate outcome for a zoning request denial to build two homes on the property near Columbia Blvd and Windover Way
BPS board expected to approve separation agreement with superintendent
WATCH LIVE AT 9AM Brevard County school leaders plan to meet Monday morning to discuss parting ways with the district’s superintendent.
Christmas Light Displays
I’ve put together a Google Map to highlight some of the best neighborhoods in North Brevard to see Christmas Light Displays.
The old Legacy Academy Charter might become housing soon
Legacy Academy Charter school closed down permanently in 2020, after Brevard County Public Schools sought to have the charter campus because it failed to meet academic and fiscal standards. Now the future of the building might be housing.
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.