The U.S. Navy will commission the newest Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, USS Delbert D. Black (DDG 119), on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Port Canaveral. Above, the USS Delbert D. Black undergoing her builder’s trials in Gulf of Mexico in March of this year. […]
After taking input from parents and students, Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School in Merritt Island has begun the process to change its mascot from the Indians to a more culturally acceptable mascot. Edgewood is a highly-rated school of choice, located at 180 East Merritt Avenue in Merritt Island, and includes grades seven through 12. […]
An Atlanta man’s pregnant wife jumped into the water and pulled her husband to safety after he was bitten in the shoulder by a bull shark Sunday in the Florida Keys, according to Monroe County Deputies. […]
Atriums have been an important part of cruise ship design for decades but leave it to Carnival Cruise Line to break the mold with Grand Central, a transformational three-deck-high space that is one of six themed zones on Mardi Gras, set to debut in February. […]
Another cash infusion to the tune of $16 million is pouring into Florida from billionaire Mike Bloomberg, who pledges to pay the court fines and fees of nearly 32,000 Black and Hispanic convicted felons who have been hindered from voting. […]
In a city with an endless supply of iconic artistic landmarks, one that never fails to capture New Yorkers’ attention is the 15-digit digital display called the Metronome on the south side of Union Square. […]
Holy Trinity falls to Viera in four sets of girls volleyball Wednesday evening in the Viera High gym
After careful deliberation, in consultation with the Brevard Department of Health, the Superintendent has made the difficult, but proactive decision to close Enterprise Elementary’s campus to students for three days as a result of expanded cases of COVID-19 and to prevent further spread of the virus. […]
The school district is asking parents not to bring their children to the school Thursday or Friday.
Experts said they hope the lagoon can escape a major fish kill.
The USS Delbert D. Black destroyer arrived at Port Canaveral Wednesday afternoon, docking at Cruise terminal 1 at around 4:30 p.m.
The mission, known as the Artemis program, hinges on $3.2 billion for a human landing system that NASA requested as part of the 2021 fiscal year budget, which begins Oct. 1.
Florida Power & Light Company’s workforce of more than 2,400 FPL lineworkers, contractors and support personnel began returning home after assisting our sister utility, Gulf Power, in their effort to help restore power after Hurricane Sally. […]
In order to reopen the cruise line industry, officials are looking to Europe’s example.
Central Florida, ranked No. 15 in the latest Amway Coaches Poll, looks to improve to 2-0 when it takes on ECU on Saturday. Here’s what to look for.