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Kids vs. Cops Basketball Game Raises Funds

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. 

Brevard Public Schools superintendent voted out

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.

Reverse Christmas Parade for Children in Need

Titusville Police and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office will be walking through downtown Titusville US1 on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 at approximately 9:15am

Mosquito Control Overnight Spraying Scheduled for Nov. 21

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.

2022 Election Results

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Brevard County Opens Shelters for Tropical Storm Nicole

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

What time is the Blood Moon total lunar eclipse on Nov. 8?

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.

State wildlife officials look to bar boats from manatee hotspot

State wildlife officials are set to establish a “seasonal” no-entry zone in Brevard County waters to further protect threatened manatees, which have seen an unprecedented number of deaths mostly linked to malnutrition.

SBA Adds Four Primary Counties to Disaster Declaration for Hurricane Ian

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today the addition of several Florida counties to the disaster declaration for Hurricane Ian that began Sept. 23, enabling more Florida businesses and residents to be eligible to apply for SBA’s low-interest disaster loan program.

Brevard County Shelters Open 10 am 9/28/22

Brevard County will open 3 shelters at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, for residents who live in flood prone or low lying areas needing safe harbor from potentially dangerous wind and water conditions anticipated from Hurricane Ian.

CVS Preparing for Hurricane Ian Impact

CVS Pharmacy is reaching out to its patients by text message, email, and phone to remind them to refill and pick up prescriptions. Stores are also receiving additional supplies of emergency items such as water, batteries and first aid products.

Former Employees of Le Crave Speak Out

Accounts from former employees gives a little insight about the environment they had to work in and the problems they had to deal with, from equipment breaking down frequently to possible sexual harassment of underage female employees

Child Drowns During Pool Party

Titusville Police are investigating the drowning death of a female child at a residence located on the 2500 block of Christine Drive on Saturday, September 17, 2022.  

FREE Community Event National Night Out 2022

The Titusville Police Department is hosting National Night Out on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 from 5:30 PM until 8 PM at the Titus Landing shopping venue located outdoors at 2540 S. Washington Avenue.

Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Donates Life-Saving Equipment

Titusville Police Department’s Officers received 50 Individual First Aid Kits (IFAK), along with the training to use them, thanks to the generosity and proactive efforts of Parrish Medical Center, Team Health Emergency Physicians and the Jess Parrish Medical Foundation.

Wawa Update !!

The staff of the St. Johns River Water Management District has completed their review of a permit to build a storm water management system on a 3 acre property at 405 and Grissom for a new Wawa

City Water Dosing To Begin September 9th

Titusville water customers may notice a change in their drinking water beginning on September 9 as the city begins a chlorine dosing of its water distribution system. The dosing is scheduled to last through October 21 and is performed to ensure that Titusville maintains its high-quality drinking water standards. The dosing is scheduled to be

Mission Managers Give “Go” for Sept. 3 Launch of Artemis I

The countdown to launch has resumed, and the Artemis I mission management team met this afternoon to review the status of the operations and have given a “go” for a Sept. 3 launch attempt of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft.

Plantation Ruins: 250-year-old History Preserved at Kennedy

The discovery and preservation of the Elliot Sugar Plantation, a 250-year-old settlement almost lost to history, is located on 2,585 acres within Kennedy and is co-managed by NASA, the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Artemis Launch Refuge Closures

The Space Coast is anticipating between 100,000-200,000 people to descend on Brevard County for the #Artemis launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on August 29, 2022, with a 2-hour launch window opening at 08:33 am. The refuge will be closed ahead of the historic Artemis I rocket launch. Kennedy Space Center security has stated that

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