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Front Page » 2008 » June (Page 6)

Stadium Negotiations Winding Down But No Vote Set For County

The Florida Marlins are about ready to play ball, with construction and management negotiations for a new stadium set to be complete by month's end, Miami-Dade Commission Chairman Bruno A.…

Mia To Begin Using Fullbody Scanners This Summer

At long last, an alternative to the pat-down.…

Miami Commission Agrees With Flagstone Lease Payment Extension But With A Fee

Miami commissioners have agreed to give Watson Island developer Flagstone a new extension on its $600 million hotel, retail and mega-yacht project, but this time it's charging the developer about…

City Commission Wary Of New Jackson Community Redevelopment Agency

Miami city commissioners are concerned about Miami-Dade County's decision to look into establishing a community redevelopment agency on property in and around Jackson Memorial Hospital. …

Richard S Marcus Helped Weave Legacy Of Blankets In United States

"The history of blankets in this country is the history of my family," says Richard Marcus, chairman and chief executive officer of American Woolen Company, a Miami-based blanket empire with…

Calendar Of Events Theater

Thursday 6/12…

Calendar Of Events Events

Saturday 6/14…

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Chambers Idea Gems A Down Payment On Community Legacy

Some of the finest potential enhancements to our community can come not by paying outsiders to help but by growing innovative concepts ourselves.…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

Thursday 6/12…

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