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Front Page » 2009 » April

Gregory Chan Shaping St Thomas Diverse Curriculum To Create Academic Destination For Miami And The World

As the first-ever provost of Miami Gardens-based St. Thomas University, Gregory Chan is responsible for academic development and excellence at the urban, student-centered Catholic school.…

Calendar Of Events Children

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Calendar Of Events Events

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Calendar Of Events Meetings

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Watson Island Mixeduse Project Granted Yet More Time

Flagstone Property Group's $640 million luxury hotel and mega-yacht project in Watson Island is getting — once again — another chance.…

Nordstrom Rack Coming To Coral Gables Kendall In Early 2010

After the closing of such nationwide retailers as Circuit City and Linens 'n Things, Miami is gaining some retail momentum with the opening of Nordstrom Rack at two locations early…

200 Million Bayview Market With Lowes As Anchor Closer To Start

Construction is to begin in six to eight months on the $200 million retail and office project Bayview Market in the Biscayne corridor at 17th Street, developer Ignacio Garcia Du-Quesne…

Nonprofits Can Use Miamidade County To Gain Competitive Advantage

Although many local nonprofits may not know it, they have a powerful friend in Miami-Dade County's Department of Procurement Management.…

Dade Commissioner Gimenez Attempting To Get Transit Surtax Repeal On Ballot

It was up to voters to self-impose a half-percent sales surtax to fund new transit projects — and it should be their call whether to continue paying it now that…

Trirail Service Reduction Threats Overshadow Recent Fare Hike

Raising Tri-Rail fares for the first time in 14 years was essentially a non-event last week, with looming service reductions topping riders' and officials' list of concerns.…

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