Starting July 1, several sales tax breaks go into effect including savings on sporting goods, diapers, appliances, and more.
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.
Florida gas prices declined 14 cents last week. The state average has now been on a 2-week streak of declines, falling a total of 21 cents per gallon, since setting a new record high price of $4.89/g on June 13th.
On April 27th, 2021, City Council approved $361,922 for AECOM Technical Services Inc to provide architectural engineering and consulting services for a multi-department government complex to replace the City Hall location. The proposed Government Complex will also consolidate other City departments into the new Complex.
Below is the full viedo that the Titusville Police released this morning in reference the the officer involved shooting death of James Lowery. Titusville Police will hold a press conference later today.
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.
The Titusville Police Department said police will hold a news conference Thursday about the body camera video. Lowery’s family retained well-known civil rights attorney Ben Crump after Lowery’s death.
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.