Meet Tim Thomas, candidate for Melbourne City Council District 1, as he discusses his background and what plans he has for Melbourne should he be elected on November 3. […]
The recent death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the upcoming presidential election have drawn strong feelings from both sides of the aisle.
Saturday’s 81 new cases were out of 1,239 people tested, making for a 6.14% daily positivity rate among Florida residents.
Titusville police are looking into a crash that left a motorcyclist dead Friday evening, according to police reports.
Titusville police arrested a 56-year-old man suspected of stabbing his girlfriend earlier this week after finding him covered in blood at his Sandalwood Lane home.
The Florida Department of Health reported 4,044 new COVID-19 cases and 87 newly verified deaths Saturday.
People gathered in support of women’s rights.
Steele, who died at age 79, impacted both development and environmental preservation, while also recognized for his hard work, integrity
Harris’ Florida swing comes after a busy week of campaigning that saw President Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden make stops in Florida.
Astronaut War Eagles put on a remarkable performance in their win 69-24 win over Holy Trinity that featured one of the best individual performances this season courtesy of senior running back Abreon Torres. […]
The House District 53 race in south Brevard is the most glaring example.
A yet-to-be-identified man was killed Friday evening in a motorcycle crash on South Hopkins Avenue in Titusville. According to Titusville Police Public Information Officer Amy Matthews, at approximately 6:45 p.m. officers responded to a report of a traffic crash with injuries involving a motorcycle near the intersection of Sycamore Street and South Hopkins Avenue. […]
The City of Melbourne has received an additional $162,742 in Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) from the State of Florida that it will use to expand programs designed to help residents experiencing economic hardship or homelessness in our community due to the pandemic. […]