From humble beginnings on a tiny printing press in Titusville, for more than a century and a half Brevard publishers have strived to present topics of interest to the public in dynamic and creative ways. […]
At the dawn of the Space Age in Brevard County, a visionary newsman was formulating a plan to bring information to a growing population here through one of the most ingenious and creative products ever devised. […]
Take a walk through Brevard County’s former iconic Cocoa Beach oceanfront estate known as the “Pumpkin Center” in Cocoa Beach that was built by the late media legend Al Neuharth and burned to the ground last month.
Cocoa Beach Fire Department announced the cause of the March 15 residential building fire at the “Pumpkin Center” located at 333 South Atlantic Avenue in the City of Cocoa Beach was ruled undetermined, according to a spokesperson with the Cocoa Beach Fire Department. […]
Fire Departments responded to a massive blaze at a Cocoa Beach mansion around 9 p.m. that used to be owned by the late media legend Allen H. Neuharth that founded USA TODAY and FLORIDA TODAY, and was one of the newspaper industry’s most influential personalities. […]