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Space Retrospective 2021: This Year In Space

2021; the second year amidst a global pandemic. The year that began with a proverbial bang in the United States, when only six days in, a capitol riot ensued. Yet, despite this chaos, our work in space has never been brighter or as eventful as this one has been.

How to order free at-home COVID-19 tests from the government

Starting Jan. 19, Americans will be able to order free at-home COVID-19 test kits from the government, in the Biden Administration’s ongoing effort to curb the latest, record-breaking coronavirus surge.

Cold Weather Shelter Open Tonight

Pastor Scooter Morrison with LifePointe Ministries will open a Cold Night Shelter at the Titusville Civic Center Tuesday night at 8:30pm and will shut down at 8:30am on Wednesday Pastor Scooter Morrison says the shelter is currently in need of supplies to help those who need it. Current Needs:BlanketsMen’s pants and shortsMen’s work bootsPillowsFinancial contributionsDog

COMING SOON? Double O’s Coffee

Double O’s Coffee is expected to open a drive-thru, serving coffee, hot and cold specialty drinks — including “milkshake-infused expresso” and their own energy drink, “Riptides” — later this year, at the location og the old Gate ga station on Garden Street

Titusville Mall Update: Going Vertical

The owner of the Titusville Mall is requesting a Conditional Use Permit from the City to modify the previously proposed Master Plan.

Record manatee deaths cause Florida to try feeding program

More than 1,000 manatees died in Florida waters in 2021 as water pollution hurt their food supply.

Though, a new feeding plan could save many manatees from starvation. But they will still face the long-term threat of man-made water pollution stifling their food supply, wildlife officials said.

Plantation Ruins: 250-year-old History Preserved at Kennedy Space Center

The history of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center comprises more than six decades of human spaceflight and bringing humanity to new heights. The ground the spaceport occupies, however, tells a longer, more complicated story of a forgotten enslaved community that made an indelible mark on the center’s landscape.

Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival Cancelled

Citing an explosion of COVID-19 on the Space Coast and a warm winter without many migratory birds, the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival — the premier ecotourism event in Central Florida — has been cancelled for the first time in its quarter-century existence.

Titusville Housing Market Report

Since last year, Titusville has remained a Sellers Housing Market, which means prices tend to be higher and homes sell faster, with the median home price up almost 15% since December 2020.

1st Launch of 2022 scheduled for Thursday from LC-39a

The first launch of 2022 will be a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center LC-39a with the next group of Starlink internet satellites.
The launch Thursday is targeted for 4:49pm EST with a backup time available at 6:47pm EST

K9 Teams Nationwide Converged For Training in Titusville

Over 90 Law Enforcement and Civilian Search and Rescue K9 teams from across the country recently assembled in Titusville for a week in December at the American Police Hall of Fame (APHOF) for the 2021 North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) Florida State Workshop.

Concept Plans for New Development, Rezoning Needed before Approval

Real Estate Developer, Flordevco Corp., based in Melbourne, FL, plans to develop a 79 acre property in Mims and is currently going through the rezoning process, which will change the current RU-1-11 to the proposed RU-1-7 zoning.

Kids ‘Shop with a Cop’ for Holiday Gifts

Fifty local children, selected by local school administrators and Titusville Police School Resources Officers, participated in the annual Shop with a Cop event which occurred over a two-week timeframe just before Christmas.

County Commission approves grants for Titusville Air Show

Commissioners voted 4-1 to approve grants for the Thunder on Cocoa Beach Super Boat Grand Prix powerboat race and the Space Coast International Air Show at Space Coast Regional Airport. Both events are scheduled for the same weekend in April.

The Space Coast is Booming !!

The Space Coast has seen an explosion of new jobs in the area, from government contractors to locally-owned businesses, which is why the Space Coast was recently ranked #2 in the Milken Institute’s Best Performing Areas in the United States

Titusville Police Deliver Holiday Gifts to 400+ Local Seniors

Brevard County Triad and the Titusville Police Department’s North Brevard Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (SALT) volunteers collected and delivered holiday gifts for over 400 local seniors residing in assisted living, rehabilitation and nursing facilities.

Staten Island Ferry stops at Port Canaveral

The ferry that stopped at Port Canaveral — named Sandy Ground — was built at the Eastern Shipbuilding Group’s Allanton shipyard in Panama City on the Gulf Coast. It then went to the company’s nearby shipyard in Port St. Joe for outfitting, testing and sea trials.

Anti-Semitic signs hang on 95 overpass in PSJ

“We didn’t get any IDs or take any names. We did not ask them to leave the area,” Montes said. “If we ask somebody to do something and they comply, then the end result is achieved.”

Christmas Light Displays

I’ve put together a Google Map to highlight some of the best neighborhoods in North Brevard to see Christmas Light Displays.

Officials say school threats posted on TikTok are not credible

School districts across the country issued warnings, increased security and canceled classes Friday in response to vague, anonymous shooting and bomb threats that officials say were made on TikTok but are not considered credible.

Pipe break causes 2,800-gallon sewage spill in Titusville

Nearly 3,000 gallons of sewage was spilled on Thursday after a contractor boring a hole broke an underground wastewater line, according to a notice by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The break was reported just before 11:30 a.m. at a dig site near the southeast corner of the intersection of Park Avenue and Knox

Florida Highway Patrol Reminds Drivers To Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over This Holiday Season

This holiday season, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ (FLHSMV) division of the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) is joining law enforcement agencies across the nation in the high-visibility enforcement campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. The enforcement campaign runs from Dec. 15, 2021, through Jan. 1, 2022, aiming to take impaired drivers off the roads.

Snow Days is Coming December 18-19

Two nights of real snow and photos with Santa, Holiday Hayrides, Kids Maze, Big Billiards, Mega Darts, Snow Wars and food trucks and vendors make this a family favorite event every year. 


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