It’s been a remarkably steamy, record-setting last three months for Mother Earth. […]
Crosley Green’s life hangs in the balance as he is sentenced to die in the electric chair for Chip Flynn’s murder.
Crosley Green’s life forever changed on April 4, 1989, when 22-year-old Charles “Chip” Flynn was shot and left to die in an orange grove.
As the case’s testimony began to fall apart, new attorneys and outside forces joined Crosley Green in his fight for freedom.
Growth in the area includes a new city center.
Vincent Grimaldi was a 10th-generation Italian confectioner and longtime downtown merchant credited with popularizing chocolate-covered potato chips.
Q’s Crackin’ Crab & Seafood Kitchen, located at 5240 North Atlantic Avenue in Cocoa Beach, is an independently owned and operated restaurant that provides flavorful, soulful delicious seafood, which started with the chefs serving their family and friends. […]
Any rule changes the County Commission will consider would apply only in unincorporated Brevard, not the 16 cities and towns.
Synagogues in Melbourne, Satellite Beach to observe Rosh Hashana with limited seating, drive-in service due to COVID
The reality is that, as we witnessed in Kenosha, Wisconsin, law enforcement and vigilantes can and do coexist and even collaborate.
An international team of astronomers using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope has reported what may be the first intact planet found closely orbiting a white dwarf, the dense leftover of a Sun-like star, only 40% larger than Earth. […]
Roaches, termites and rodents can wreak havoc on antique books, papers and furniture
Here are updates about coronavirus cases in Brevard, according to the Florida Department of Health, as of Sept. 16, 2020.
Action all around the Space Coast as volleyball, golf, bowling and swimming take place on Tuesday
The state added 2,355 new COVID-19 cases and 152 additional resident deaths Wednesday, according to data from the state Department of Health.