The American Space Museum hosted a reception before a Friday afternoon showing of “First Man” at Epic Theatres in Titusville.
The death of Bill Hahn, who founded the annual “Footprints in the Sand” kidney walk, brings an outpouring of love and memories.
Seven local Hispanic leaders were awarded special Congressional Medals of Recognition as part of Hispanic Heritage Month festivities.
United Way of Brevard opens annual campaign with open house, theme of changing lives through unity
Candidates lined the driveway at Moose Lodge #2073 less than an hour before the polls closed.
Terri Goodwin explains why she supports Florida House candidate Tyler Sirois.
FLORIDA TODAY brings updates from primary polling places across the Space Coast
As hurricane season heads into September, potential 2-1-1 disaster volunteers are sought for an Aug. 29 orientation event.
Longtime newsman Ralph Bates was a calm, steady influence in the FLORIDA TODAY newsroom, say those who worked with the veteran journalist.
Florida ranks among the 20 states with the most underprivileged children, according to personal finance website WalletHub.
Juan Mallory knew many Brevard children are short on school supplies. He started buying backpacks – and now, 101 kids will have tools they need.
When a Forbes contributing columnist suggested that public libraries be shuttered in favor of Amazon opening more bookstores, the internet went wild.
Fame of #thecouch reminds us: Slow down, laugh a lot, get silly – and head to that couch in your mind