Space Coast Sports Hall of Famer Dan Diesel was recently elected Vice Mayor for the City Of Titusville. […]
FLORIDA TODAY photographer’s photo of crowd leaving Titusville bridge after SpaceX launch scrub got everyone’s attention, albeit for different reasons.
As snook season for harvest ends Sunday night, anglers can find good fishing for snapper on the offshore reefs and dolphin along the current edges.
FLORIDA TODAY fishing report: Snook season is closing to harvest, but dolphin, snapper and redfish action is good
A medical doctor and researcher at Johns Hopkins University will discuss the intersection of heart disease, COVID-19 during virtual workshop June 1
Front Street Park is not large enough to accommodate thousands of spectators under social-distancing guidelines, a Thursday press release said.
The groundbreaking mission will test the capabilities of SpaceX to send astronauts to space from the U.S. again with American spacecraft.
Ticket prices have been reduced during the initial reopening.
“He is such a dominant presence in where the custom building market is in Brevard County today. Charlie was the developer of most of Suntree.”
Surprise! On launch day, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk chatted with people at a Tesla charging station, then went into a Five Guys restaurant to order a burger
KSC Visitor Complex reopened May 28 with some limitations due to Coronavirus precautions.
FLORIDA TODAY’s Rob Landers brings you some of today’s top stories on the News in 90 Seconds
FLORIDA TODAY’s Rob Landers brings you some of today’s top stories on the News in 90 Seconds for May 28.
When an IRA is left to anyone other than a spouse, these inherited IRA accounts, called Beneficiary IRA Accounts, have very different rules.
Representative Tyler Sirois announced today that the Brevard Health Alliance, R.E.A.L. Church, and the City of Cocoa will partner to offer COVID-19 nasal swab testing at Byrd Plaza tomorrow, Friday, May 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or as long as supplies last. […]
The KSC Visitor Complex is now reopening in degrees following the coronavirus shutdown. They are practicing social distance measures.
The move comes after Brevard County Emergency Management Director Kimberly Prosser this week submitted her resignation, which will take effect June 5.