Month: June 2019

Merritt Island Wins District 22 and Section 3 Titles, Advances to Tournament in Dunedin July 5

Little League baseball and softball action continued on Saturday on the Space Coast. In baseball action at W.W. James Park in Titusville, Merritt Island 8/9/10 baseball was a big winner as they are now the District 22 and Section 3 champions and advance to the state baseball tournament in Dunedin on July 5.

WATCH: Sandy Roots Photography Studio & Art Gallery in Cocoa Village Hosts Ribbon Cutting

Sandy Roots Photography Studio & Art Gallery will host a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Friday, August 2 at 5 p.m. Located in Historic Cocoa Village at 115 Maryland Avenue and just minutes from the beach, traditional photography services can be done in in the beautiful Sandy Roots professional studio or they can bring the studio to you.

Medal of Honor Recipient Melvin Morris Featured Speaker at Military Officers Association Luncheon

Sergeant First Class Melvin Morris, USA Ret., recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, shared with MOAACC members at their June luncheon how this honor has impacted his life, and how he has leveraged this recognition to help benefit his community.

WATCH: Brevard County Jail Inmates Comfort Dogs at Animal Care Center During Fourth of July Fireworks

This year inmates on our Chain Gang and other work crews will be comforting our dogs at the Animal Care Center by reading to them, playing with them, and even feeding them treats during the peak hours of celebration on Independence Day.

Apollo Mission Control Reopens in All Its Historic Glory, 50 Years After Their Milestone

On July 20, 1969, the United States achieved the most profound milestone of human accomplishment when it landed NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the Moon, while their command module pilot Michael Collins orbited above.