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Front Page » 2005 » March (Page 3)

Rising Fuel Prices Could Dampen Growth In Boat Sales

Pleasure boat sales are rising, but clouds are on the horizon. High gasoline costs could propel boaters to seek alternative fuel options, some dealers say, and condo construction is displacing…

Bucking National Trend South Florida Call Centers Thrive

South Florida call centers are adding employees and expanding facilities, countering the trend of a domestic industry slowdown.…

Last Burdines Sign In Miami Beach To Come Down

After more than 100 years as Burdines, the retailer's last sign is coming down. …

New Housing Could Bring 4000 New Residents To Gables

Developments in the pipeline in Coral Gables could add 2,133 housing units and boost the city's population of 43,216 about 10%.…

Joint Mission Aims To Drum Up New York Business

Miami envisions a big-money bite out of the Big Apple via a joint Beacon Council-Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau marketing mission to New York.…

Expect Traffic Problems When Vice Shooting Begins In May

Traffic disruptions are on the bill as filming of the movie "Miami Vice" starts here in six weeks.…

County To Get Second Reading On Transit Hikes

An ordinance that would increase Miami-Dade Transit fares is to have a second reading at Tuesday's county commission meeting after it was modified by the transportation committee and county attorney.…

Calendar Of Events Fashion

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Government And Public Venues A Paradox Waiting To Strike

Paradoxes abound when government builds venues for events. Those paradoxes often wind up hitting us right in the pocketbook.…

Calendar Of Events Events

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