Category: Brevard Business News

WATCH: Pain and Regenerative Physician Dr. Richard Gayles Back In Brevard, Now Accepting Patients

Dr. Richard Gayles is a recognized leader in the medical field of pain management – and a strong advocate of regenerative medicine. After several years practicing in the Orlando area, Dr. Richard Gayles has come back home to Brevard, and folks in pain will feel a lot better for it.

American Airlines Begins Nonstop Philadelphia to Orlando Melbourne International Airport Service

Aircraft Rescue Firefighters crews from Station 73 at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport give a water salute to the American Airlines inaugural flight from Philadelphia International Airport on Saturday. The flights will depart Saturdays from Philadelphia at 8:05 a.m., arriving in Florida at 10:48 a.m.

John McDonald & The Mango Men To Jam at Space Coast Seafood & Music Seafood Festival in Viera

John McDonald & the Mango Men are set to cook up a fun, well-seasoned dish of Floribbean-style Rock during the 4th annual Space Coast Seafood & Music Festival, March 7 through 10 at Space Coast Daily Park in Viera, Florida.

WATCH: My Florida Green Medical Marijuana Education Event Set Feb. 23 at Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place

My Florida Green will host a medical marijuana education event on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place, located at 200 Rialto Place.

SPACE COAST MEDICINE: Internist Dr. Robert Udell Opens Concierge Medical Practice On Merritt Island

DR. ROBERT UDELL is Board certified in Internal medicine and has extensive clinical experience over the last 30+ years. His biggest focus is on patient care and he takes whatever time is necessary with each patient to meet their needs.

Tesla Supercharge Fueling Station Rates Surpassing Some Gas Station Fueling Rates

Tesla’s revised Supercharger price comes to a national average of $0.28 per kWh, three cents lower than the initially planned $0.31, following an outcry by Tesla owners, energy technology website Electrek reported. Based on average prices, a fill-up and a charge are nearly equivalent in cost, running $27 and $28 respectively. (At $0.31, charging would have been $31.)