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Madeline Pumariega: Hialeah native is chancellor of Florida College System

Madeline Pumariega: Hialeah native is chancellor of Florida College System

Madeline Pumariega, born and raised in Hialeah, proudly reports she’s a product of the public school system here. Her higher education began at the formerly named Miami Dade Community College,…

Virginia Key guardians face city vote

Virginia Key guardians face city vote

Five years after it was first recommended, the City of Miami is one vote away from creating an advisory group to help steer the future of Virginia Key. The fate…

Entrepreneurs join the Drones Club

Entrepreneurs join the Drones Club

Hovering quietly overhead of hundreds assembled for the Beacon Council’s 30th Anniversary celebration in October was a drone equipped with a camera. It was technology being employed to capture a…

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Commissioner Juan Zapata has lambasted Mayor Carlos Gimenez for considering that Florida International University and the county Youth Fair share the fair’s Tamiami Park site and urged the mayor to…

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Though for the past few months Tri-Rail’s planned link into downtown Miami has sat on a side track waiting for $17 million from the Florida Department of Transportation to come…

All-cash realty deals tumble

All-cash realty deals tumble

The percentage of cash transactions in the Miami residential realty market has trickled down over the past three years. Within two years, the percentage of local cash deals dropped 10…

Miami’s Fed team spots an uptick

Miami’s Fed team spots an uptick

Miami Dade College Provost of Operations Rolando Montoya was recently appointed board chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Miami branch, but his role there remains fairly unchanged. He’s…

New apartments to affect historic district

New apartments to affect historic district

A developer’s plan to build nearly 300 market-rate apartments in a neighborhood near the Miami River and the Northwest 12th Avenue Bridge has gained the support of the Miami River…

Franklin Sirmans: Expanding the mission of Pérez Art Museum Miami

Franklin Sirmans: Expanding the mission of Pérez Art Museum Miami

Franklin Sirmans was always more interested in sports than art but happily accompanied his father to museums in New York City as well as other places they lived during his…

$90,000 county commission raise would be a gift to us all

$90,000 county commission raise would be a gift to us all

What could be a better Christmas gift for the people of Miami-Dade than increasing our county commissioners’ pay 16 times over? That’s right – it would be a gift to…

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