Public safety concerns and mechanical issues have prompted the closing of Mathers Bridge to boating traffic beginning at 4 p.m. today (Sunday, July 3, 2022) until further notice. The U.S. Coast Guard has been notified.
Titusville Police are increasing staffing with additional specialized units patrolling the city streets during the 4th of July weekend celebrations.
Titusville man indicted by grand jury on murder charge; state to decide if it will pursue death penalty
A Brevard grand jury indicted a Titusville man Tuesday on a first-degree murder charge following the death of his girlfriend, a decision that could lead the state to seek the death penalty for him.
Deputy Tyler Thoman of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department has been selected as the 2021 NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for exhibiting outstanding bravery and courage while facing an armed and violent suspect during a traffic stop. Deputy Thoman’s actions that day saved the life of a fellow Brevard County Deputy—as well as his own.
There will be prize drawings, a free gift bag to the first 100 people in the door that day, food, drinks and WA1A will be doing a live radio remote from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has endorsed Brevard County School Board candidate Megan Wright along with nine other candidates around the state on Monday, making good on his promise to get involved in local school board elections.
A South Florida property owner filed plans back in February this year with the St. John River Water Management District for a 140+ unit manufactured home community on a 50 acre piece of wooded land. A SJRWMD employee told me today that they have issued a Request for Additional Information (RAI) to the owner/consultant and
On June 17th, 2022, the St Johns River Water Management District sent a response to a Request for Additional Information letter for the development of a Wawa restaurant and gas station, with a list of required information before the development can proceed with construction.
Property owner AG Ventures, LLC, has recently filed engineering plans for a proposed subdivision with 440 single family home lots in Mims on a 118+ acre property, called Hamlin Grove. The plans show that the proposed subdivision will have main access on US1, with access also on Old Dixie Hwy and on Hickory Circle, on
Crews are working a large brush fire on the south side of SR46 at Six Mile Creek.
After what looked like a possible setback, plans have moved forward to build a mixed-use commercial and residential development at the site of the old Searstown Mall in Titusville.
Brevard Public Schools is looking for Pool Drivers for the upcoming 2022-23 school year, with starting pay at $14.06/hr
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is raising admission prices as well as introducing a new two-day ticket option.
The 149 acre Royal Oak Golf Course & Country Club recently sold to a real estate development firm based out of Brooklyn, NY for $4.5 million dollars.
On June 8th 1981, Scott Maness and Beau Sauselein died fighting the #RansomeRoadFire Merritt Island NWR when their tractor plow high-centered on a stump.
During last week’s announcement of vetoes from the state budget, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that $510,000 won’t be going towards the East Mims Learning Center and Innovation Lab.
A sad and potentially dangerous situation recently took place at the SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center in Titusville, when a man tied a beagle to a pole outside the building and abandoned it there.
Gas prices in the state this week averaged $4.76 a gallon, according to the weekly briefing issued Monday by AAA-The Auto Club Group.
The building will include four specialized labs in electronics, metal fabrication, fluids and composites. It will be housed in a repurposed gym that is now underutilized.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami, in its 5 a.m. Friday update, expanded a Tropical Storm Warning to include half of the state with a growing system expected to become Tropical Storm Alex.
Marcia Gaedcke announced she will be departing from her role after 24 years at the Chamber. She will be moving on to work at the Titusville Playhouse while also helping out the Chamber part-time.
During the summer, programs are scheduled on most Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Congratulations to Titusville Police Department Public Safety Telecommunicator (PST) Rebecca Hydorn for being chosen the Brevard County PST of the year.
Parrish Medical Foundation Awards 10 Scholarships to College Students Studying Healthcare and Medicine
Jess Parrish Medical Foundation and Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary awarded $23,500 in scholarships to 10 outstanding college students and graduating high school seniors that distinguished themselves through passionate dedication to their communities and pursuit of studies in the fields of medicine or healthcare.
Brevard Public Schools is pleased to offer free breakfast and lunch meals to all children ages 18 and younger this summer.
Over the last five years, Florida has experienced an explosion of technology jobs unlike any other in the nation and the state’s top metro area is Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, which also ranks second nationally for job growth.
It’s around this time of year that Florida’s beloved sea cows leave their winter habitats, placing them in harm’s way as they navigate through bodies of water where they risk being flayed alive by irresponsible boaters.
Officials say the fire is 15-20 acres in size, not including spot overs and 65% contained
For the first time, Floridians can also buy pet supplies for their fur babies during the sales tax holiday.
The future of space travel will come to life at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex with the opening of its brand- new attraction on June 15, Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex
A burgeoning patient count has made Florida one of the fastest-growing medical marijuana markets in the country.
For the 2022 hurricane season, NOAA is forecasting a likely range of 14 to 21 named storms, of which 6 to 10 could become hurricanes, including 3 to 6 major hurricanes. NOAA provides these ranges with a 70% confidence.
Congratulations to the Titusville Police Department for being awarded the Tom Stone LEEDA Award of Excellence
The Florida Department of Health in Brevard has issued a Health Alert for the presence of harmful blue-green algal toxins at Lake Washington – Center. This is in response to a water sample taken on May 17, 2022. The public should exercise caution in and around the Lake Washington Center. Residents and visitors are advised
The current recall does not affect Florida’s primary WIC milk-based formula, but the shutdown of the Abbott plant in Sturgis, Michigan is causing strain on the entire formula market.
The Titusville Police Department to host a Memorial Service to honor fallen law enforcement officers at the American Police Hall of Fame in Titusville on Friday, May 20.
Low-income seniors in Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Brevard counties face a May 31 deadline to apply for up to $5,000 in home energy assistance — including funds for overdue utility bills, heating and cooling system repairs, new fans, window air conditioners, space heaters and blankets.
Noting Andrew Jackson’s slave-owning past and his role in the Trail of Tears, a group of community members are calling for Andrew Jackson Middle School in Titusville to be renamed.
The center is designed to offer “a multifaceted, community-based education support center with a STEM focus.” The first phase of operations will feature tutoring and homework assistance; workforce training programs, potentially in partnership with Eastern Florida State College; and an innovation lab and computer space, which is being backed by NASA and Kennedy Space Center.
The warbirds are back up in the skies when Space Coast Air Show returns to Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville. Gates open at 9am., Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22.
The vacancy on the Brevard County Board left by former Commissioner Bryan Lober has provided the Commission with leftover COVID-19 relief funds that one commissioner has found a use for — to use for raises for county employees.
“I want to point out there was a big brouhaha, I guess you could call it that with the Brevard Justice Ministry Monday night,” Commission Vice Chair Curt Smith said.
Brevard County Animal Services is offering free adoptions on dogs and cats for the month of May after the contribution by Boniface Hiers Automotive Group.
The astronauts that flew to the ISS as part of the SpaceX Crew-3 mission are back on Earth after almost six months on the orbiting lab.
“There have been some sewage spills since the December 2019 Titusville incident. That was the worst. It resulted in 7.2 million gallons of sewage flowing into a pond with some leaking into the IRL.”
Proposed ordinance would prohibit ‘nonexempt individuals’ from standing, sitting near busy Brevard roadways
An ordinance under consideration by the Brevard County Commission would establish fines and potential jail time for people who either “interfere” with traffic or “exchange any physical item.”
A residential fire Saturday morning in Mims killed two people believed to be family members, according to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
Canaveral National Seashore is planning to implement prescribed burn operations in the area of Klondike Beach. This is a twelve mile stretch of beach located between Playalinda Beach and Apollo Beach.
In a 4-1 vote, the Brevard County School Board decided to place a property tax increase on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Join the Titusville Police Department and the Titusville Police Youth Foundation at the Comets Basketball Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday May 14, 2022.
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