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Greater Miami leaders get Gold Medal honors

Greater Miami leaders get Gold Medal honors

Three accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards dinner last week. During the ceremony, longtime development and arts leader…

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

A new fire station in the heart of downtown Miami is in the works to possibly replace Station 1 at 144 NE Fifth St., the city’s oldest firehouse. City commissioners are today (4/27) to consider…

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Key Biscayne getting new sand shoreline

Key Biscayne getting new sand shoreline

Beach nourishment to add 19,000 cubic yards of sand to about 6,000 linear feet of Key Biscayne’s shoreline is moving south, spreading out from the…

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami commissioners are considering a ban of polystyrene foam products at city parks, beaches and recreational facilities. On today’s (4/27) commission agenda is the first…

Jorge Perez of Related Group named Lifetime Achiever

Jorge Perez of Related Group named Lifetime Achiever

Internationally recognized as a visionary developer, Jorge M. Pérez, chairman, CEO & co-founder of The Related Group, is the force behind many of the iconic…

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

What started as an attempt to make bicyclists and pedestrians safer has mushroomed into a controversy that seems to have no resolution, observers say. Several…

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Opinion

County in bed with casino giant Genting, sells out cheap

County in bed with casino giant Genting, sells out cheap

County commissioners sold out the area around the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts to one of the globe’s biggest casino operators last week and knew exactly what they were doing.To fund a small sliver of a vast mass transit upgrade, they took from Malaysian giant Genting a free bus station and $10 million up front plus long-term rent in return for partnering with Genting, which has touted what was going to be the world’s largest casino on our…

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Chris Marlin: Targets realty buyers abroad, EB-5 investors for Lennar

Chris Marlin: Targets realty buyers abroad, EB-5 investors for Lennar

Before becoming president of Lennar International, the global engagement arm of one of the nation’s leading homebuilders, Chris Marlin was an Arkansas native working as a labor and employment lawyer in Orlando. Today, Mr. Marlin is still an Arkansas native – the only American on his team at Lennar International – but he’s found his passion in life. “Life is a winding road,” he said, adding that he’s lucky to have found a job he’s passionate about, even though he would…

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Real Estate

Jorge Perez of Related Group named Lifetime Achiever

Jorge Perez of Related Group named Lifetime Achiever

Internationally recognized as a visionary developer, Jorge M. Pérez, chairman, CEO & co-founder of The Related Group, is the force behind many of the iconic residential developments that comprise Miami’s skyline. He’s also a longtime…

Government

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami looks at ban of polystyrene foam products in parks, beaches

Miami commissioners are considering a ban of polystyrene foam products at city parks, beaches and recreational facilities. On today’s (4/27) commission agenda is the first reading of an ordinance prohibiting expanded polystyrene products (commonly known…

Business & Finance

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

In what’s being called the “Trump bump,” the stock market has been on a run since the Nov. 8 election. In January, the Dow Jones industrial average surpassed 20,000 points for the first time; it…

Communities

Key Biscayne getting new sand shoreline

Key Biscayne getting new sand shoreline

Beach nourishment to add 19,000 cubic yards of sand to about 6,000 linear feet of Key Biscayne’s shoreline is moving south, spreading out from the Oceana condo. Eastman Aggregate Enterprises, the contractor, has been delivering…

Arts & Culture

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

The Miami Music Project, which uses music as an instrument for social transformation, has launched a boot camp and is accepting applications to its summer camp to complement its four existing programs that most participants…

Education

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

The Wolfsonian-FIU has issued an Invitation to Negotiate, or ITN, for the ground lease of two Miami Beach properties – The Annex, 1538 Lenox Ave., and a nearby surface parking lot at 1500 Lenox Ave.…

Healthcare

Jackson Health System adds protection for patient data

Jackson Health System adds protection for patient data

Jackson Health System has just launched the Fair Warning monitoring system to add another layer of protection for patient data, said Judy Ringholz, the system’s vice president of compliance and ethics and its chief compliance…

Transportation

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

What started as an attempt to make bicyclists and pedestrians safer has mushroomed into a controversy that seems to have no resolution, observers say. Several years ago, the Florida Department of Transportation floated four alternatives…

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