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Front Page » 2005 » September (Page 10)

County Seeks Developer For Airport Hotel

Miami-Dade County is seeking a developer to build and run a hotel at Miami International Airport.…

Displaced New Orleans Students Seek Classes In South Florida

Gulf Coast students displaced by Hurricane Katrina have approached Miami-Dade County colleges and universities with requests to attend classes, and hundreds are likely to be admitted.…

New Orleans Conventioneers Look To Come Here

Organizations nationwide that had scheduled meetings and conventions in New Orleans this fall are scrambling, calling Miami and other cities to find replacement sites. …

Regional Panel Studying Impact Of Gulfstream Project

A regional planning board is conducting a Development of Regional Impact review of Gulfstream Park, where a rebuilt horse-racing facility and mixed-use project will affect traffic in Hallandale Beach and…

Change In Reporting Method Boosts Countys Jobs Report

A change to a more realistic way to calculate Miami-Dade County's employment levels is helping to entice out-of-town companies to move here, according to the Beacon Council, the county's economic…

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Virginia Jacko Helps Visually Impaired Lead Independent Lives As President And Ceo Of Miami Lighthouse For The Blind

For nearly 75 years, a local institution has served as a beacon for people with little or no eyesight, encouraging them to cope with life in a sighted world. It…

The Mayors On The Wrong Horse Again At Least Its Not A Bear

Be careful what you wish for.…

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