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Front Page » 2008 » June (Page 8)

Calendar Of Events Business

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Calendar Of Events Fashion

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Calendar Of Events Books

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Calendar Of Events Children

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Shipping Companies Finally Seeing Relief For Haiti Shipments

Miami River businesses shipping cargo to Haiti are finally seeing a cutback in time spent clearing customs, a process that almost crippled a once-healthy and vibrant trade to the island…

Miami Civic Center Could Get New Community Redevelopment Agency

Miami's Civic Center/Health District, home to Jackson Memorial Hospital, has become a target for a new community redevelopment agency. Some question the intent. …

Realtors Diversify Make It In Tough Market

Now that selling a house isn't as easy as it used to be, the number of active Realtors is dwindling, but experts say experienced agents who have added ancillary services…

Seaboard Marine Signs New Lease Plans For Expansion In Miami

Seaboard Marine Ltd., one of the Port of Miami's three terminal operators and shipper of more than half the cargo that leaves the port, expects its new lease agreement with…

Camillus Looks Forward To New Shelter After Completing Landswap Agreement

Camillus House officials hope to break ground on a $60 million complex to serve the homeless and finish it by August 2010, says Paul R. Ahr, president and chief executive…

Spike In Haitian Customs Rates Hurt Miami River Shippers

Miami River companies that ship to Haiti hoped to rebound from slow business and revenue losses earlier this year due to port holdups, only to resurface from one problem and…

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