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Front Page » 2008 » June (Page 3)

Soccer Stadium Gets Booted From Orange Bowl Site Plans

A Major League Soccer stadium could still be part of the City of Miami's game plan for the old Orange Bowl site, but officials are taking a time out for…

Jackson Faces Major Financial Hurdles Operation Threatened

Ongoing and future funding constraints on Jackson Health System are threatening its 90-year open-door mission.…

Trirail Cuts Averted Funding Back On Track

Tri-Rail's record number of riders can rest easy: South Florida government officials have derailed funding threats that could have drastically reduced train service.…

Aviation Stakeholders Industry Needs Additional Funding Not Cuts

State data that say Florida's aviation industry is in decline are hogwash, local industry representatives say.…

Current Camillus House Shelter Hits Market Garners Interest

Now that Camillus House has wrapped up a deal to move its main homeless shelter operations, the focus has turned to what becomes of the organization's current digs on Northeast…

Brickellites Want More Attention From The Dda Look To Increase Representation On Board

Brickellites continue to clamor for attention from the Downtown Development Authority and have taken to organized strategizing.…

Plans For Villa Magna Luxury Condominiums Revived

Development of Brickell's last prime bayfront parcel is on hold after developers scrapped a planned luxury hotel and reverted to high-end condos once the market improves.…

Jose R Mas First Hooked Up Homestead Now Hes Building Infrastructure Nationwide

Locally based communications and utility infrastructure company MasTec has grown and changed along with technology over the past almost 50 years. For the past 15, President and Chief Executive Officer…

Calendar Of Events Theater

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