Day: June 29, 2021

OFFICIALS: Brevard County Residents Must Contact Waste Management for Bulky Waste Collection

Residents in unincorporated Brevard County are being reminded that Waste Management must be contacted in advance for bulky waste collection of items such as furniture, loose bags outside of their garbage cart for normal waste collection, or large and loose yard waste piles three cubic yards or greater (about the size of a picnic table) that require a clam truck for collection service. […]

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Little League Report: Port St. John, Merritt Island Win in All-Star Baseball Action

The final division (10/11/12 Baseball) of District 22 All-Stars got underway tonight at Merritt Island LL’s Mitchell Ellington Park, with two games. […]

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West Melbourne Police Announce Joshua Manns Arrested in Georgia for Death of Three-Year-Old Jameson Nance

The West Melbourne Police have been searching since June 11 for 25-year-old Joshua Manns, a suspect in the death of 3-year-old Jameson Nance, and announced Tuesday that Manns was now in custody.
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Detours Announced for Brightline Connector Bridge Project Now Underway at I-95 in Brevard County

Brightline is working to complete a key connection in expanding high-speed rail in the state of Florida with installation of a rail bridge over Interstate 95 in Brevard County. […]

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Is Bigger, Better? Busting A/C and Other Summer Energy Myths

Summer is around the corner, but Floridians are already feeling the heat. Did you know weather is the number one cause of higher electric bills? The main culprit? Yep, you guessed it — rising outdoor temperatures lead to more A/C use, which can account for half or more of your monthly energy costs. […]

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