The coastal waters off Florida and Georgia are the only known calving area for North Atlantic right whales and these waters have been designated as right whale critical habitat by the National Marine Fisheries Service.
The South Brevard Sharing Center announced that they received a donation of five-hundred dollars from Hey, Blue! and the Eau Gallie community.
ServiceSource Florida, a leading provider of employment and housing services to Floridians and veterans with disabilities donated a mortgage-free home at Crestview Villas to U.S. Navy Veteran Joseph Fowler at 11 a.m on November 6, 2019.
A Bahamas relief shipment is being loaded onto the Glory, a barge owned and operated by Shawna Downs and her husband James and their three children, ages Baylee 13, Lily 8 and Tucker 6.
Sandra Pelham created a program within her own community that helps children receive education and meals during the summer break. She founded the “Community Read and Feed” program for those children that may not have many options in the summertime. The Community Read and Feed Program is a summer program for children who arrive at a facility, read books and are provided a meal.
Owens Corning Platinum Contractors are working with Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County to provide new roofs to veterans in need and their families as part of the Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project.
Longtime public servant Tim Deratany has seen incredible changes and growth since arriving in Brevard County from Michigan in 1947 at the age of eight. For the past 50 years, Deratany has been making a positive impact on the Space Coast as the mayor of Indialantic, a member of the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate, as a successful businessman, and most recently, a member of the Space Coast Tourist Development Council.
Local restaurant 28 North recently celebrated the accomplishments of 10-year-old boy Silas Scauzillo, for his anti-bullying advocacy campaign #KindnessSquad, an effort to eliminate bullying toward children with varying abilities.
Colombian native and former United States Army paratrooper Javier Molinares knew the struggle it can be to learn a new language, so with the help of Blanca Garcia, Brevard County Public Schools liaison for English as a Second language students, Molinares in 2013 started the Brevard Hispanic Center to help adults get a better grasp of English.
As County Commissioner Bryan Lober is approaching one year in office, he remains a staunch advocate for his furriest constituents: canines and felines.
Bruce Buggs never hesitates for those in need, whether it is assisting someone with a startup business or helping the homeless. He is a true philanthropist as he has donated time, materials, funds and labor to the renovations and upkeep of several places within the community, including Full Gospel Deliverance Church, In Season Ministries, South Brevard Ministerial Alliance, Cocoa Hill Cemetery, as well as several other historical cemeteries.
Evan Ernst is the co-founder and executive director of Who We Play For. In five years, the organization has blossomed into an energetic force for change that has screened more than 100,000 young athletes in a dozen states.
Bloodhound Junny is Spokesdog, Influencer and Ambassador for the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Junny is Brevard’s comfort dog and ambassador, a natural anti-stress advocate. He is also the Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s shadow, a constant presence wherever […]
Brevard County School Board member Matt Susin’s relentless efforts have had a huge impact on safeguarding and promoting the health and wellbeing of students of all ages on the Space Coast.
The power of community! On September 4, 2019, two separate, notable efforts began in Brevard County, both with the same goal: to provide immediate assistance and make a positive difference to all of those living in […]
Tom and Sue Walker of Centerpointe Church recently held their 9th Annual Back-2-School event, which is now the biggest back to school event in Brevard County, with over 5,000 in attendance.
brevard zoo’s interest in conservation efforts extends well beyond the county line Brevard Zoo, the zoo that the community built, has always cared deeply about Mother Earth and her creatures, and the zoo’s interest in conservation […]
The Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts today announced that L3Harris Technologies (NYSE:LHX) is contributing $1 million to help enhance the Center’s educational, cultural and community programs.
The 2019 Central Florida Humanitarians have been announced and include outstanding individuals and organizations from the medical, business, education and governmental communities.
Brevard’s longest running art festival at 55-years-old, The Space Coast Art Festival, is moving to a new location – Space Coast Daily Park, located in Viera, Florida, just north of Melbourne.