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Front Page » 2010 » September (Page 12)

Calendar Of Events Fashion

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Mixed Causes Spurred Miamidade County Manager Noconfidence Vote

Miami-Dade voters killed the formal county manager slot. In a few years they'll cry to reinstate the role and weaken the mayor's.…

Calendar Of Events Children

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Calendar Of Events Sports

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City Of Doral Plans Three Municipal Buildings Including A New City Hall

The City of Doral may be seven years young, but officials have huge plans to expand area infrastructure. First on the agenda: construction of downtown Doral, complete with a city…

Israelis Venezuelans Buycondos As Homes Investments

Many of the international buyers scooping up condos in South Florida's top bayfront communities are buying to occupy part-time, brokers say, but many would consider a future sale at a…

At City Of Miamis Request State Attorney Probes Bayside Minority Foundation Funds

Responding to Miami city commissioners' call for answers, the state attorney's office has opened an investigation into the Bayside Minority Foundation's finances, a spokesman says.…

As Economic Ties Expand Enterprise Florida Plans Brazil Base

Enterprise Florida, the state's economic development agency, plans to become a permanent fixture in Brazil to help Florida companies export to Latin America's largest economy and draw Brazilian investments here.…

Foreigners Take Miamis Luxury Condo Lead

Foreign buyers are snatching up more than half of the luxury condos sold in South Florida, brokers say, with stronger foreign currencies against the dollar, coupled with trimmed condo prices,…

World Trade Center Weighs Starting A Disaster Clearinghouse

Miami is already a gateway to the Americas for commercial cargo, but it seems getting disaster-relief supplies into the hands that need them most after a hurricane or earthquake doesn't…

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