COVID-19 Hotline Open (772) 226-4000Posted On: April, 8, 2020
Indian River County's COVID-19 hotline is available to take your calls 7-days a week from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.Read Article
Sebastian Mayor Ed Dodd talks to residents / by Andy Hodges, publisher of Sebastian DailyPosted On: April, 3, 2020
Informative local video update from Sebastian waterfront with Andy Hodges and Sebastian Mayor Ed Dodd.Read Article
Assistance Programs in Vero Beach, Sebastian & Indian River County, FLPosted On: April, 1, 2020
Below are resources for Indian River County residents. If you can spare a couple of bucks, please donate directly to one of the nonprofit websites noted below. Thank you so much!Read Article
Home Delivery From Farms & Local Specialty Vendors – Easy Online OrderingPosted On: April, 1, 2020
Two innovative online market places opened offering fresh, produce direct from the farm and delivered to your home.
Need for charitable services in Indian River grows, social distancing concerns complicate efforts / by Knowhere Treasure CoastPosted On: March, 31, 2020
As more people in Indian River County find themselves without work during the COVID-19 pandemic, charities that feed and serve the needy are seeing major increases in the demand for their services.Read Article
Gov DeSantis issued Executive Order for all persons in Florida for essential services only - effective 12:01am April 3, 2020Posted On: March, 31, 2020
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order #20-91. All persons in Florida shall limit their movements and personal interactions outside of their home to only those necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct essential activities.
Message from Vero Beach, Florida Mayor Tony YoungPosted On: March, 31, 2020
Video message from Mayor Tony Young to Vero Beach residentsRead Article
United Way of Indian River County provides $172,000 in pandemic assistance funding to local nonprofits / by Knowhere Treasure CoastPosted On: March, 29, 2020
Nine agencies serving Indian River County’s needy have received a total of $172,000 to assist people out of work with rent, utilities, food, medicine, and other necessities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Indian River County has many options for outdoor activities while maintaining social distance / Knowhere Treasure CoastPosted On: March, 25, 2020
The public beaches may be closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are many opportunities in Indian River County to enjoy the outdoors – while exercising social distancing.Read Article
FREE from Treasure Coast Business – newsletter with latest updates affecting businesses in the regionPosted On: March, 23, 2020
Treasure Coast Business’ parent company, Indian River Magazine Inc. with publisher Gregory Enns at the helm, provides free updates in info-packed weekly newsletter emailed to subscribers weekly.Read Article