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Front Page » 2009 » May

Deborah M Harris Taking Over Womens Fund Of Miamidade As Issues Of Consequence To Women Girls Rise To Prominence

A veteran of the Women's Funding Network, a coalition of women's funds across the globe, Deborah "Debi" Harris joins the Women's Fund of Miami-Dade with broad knowledge of women's causes…

Calendar Of Events Movies

Sunday 5/31…

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Friday 5/29…

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Monday 6/1…

Calendar Of Events Children

Thursday 5/28…

New Coconut Grove Bank Chief May Take Bank New Direction

Any momentum Coconut Grove Bank has had toward more aggressive banking practices may have been slowed — or possibly halted — by the arrival SunTrust executive Robert Coords to run…

Port Of Miami Tunnel Project Gets Ok On New Cash Backer

After a troubled equity partner nearly sank the Port of Miami tunnel project, the Florida Department of Transportation has approved a solvent replacement.…

Legislation Could Threaten Orange Bowls Presence In South Florida

A change in the way college football's national champion is crowned could jeopardize the Orange Bowl game's annual presence in South Florida, local sports officials say.…

Trio Of Ratings Signals Favorable Marlins Stadium Interest Rate

Newly announced bond ratings could set Miami-Dade up to score in the bond markets early next month when officials set out to finance a Marlins ballpark, Finance Director Carter Hammer…

Dade Tax Collector Advertising Fewer Properties This Year Even With Recession

Despite a rough economy, fewer delinquent property tax certificates are being advertised for sale in Miami-Dade this year than last.…

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