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Michael Zinner: Returns home to open Miami Cancer Institute in 2017

Michael Zinner: Returns home to open Miami Cancer Institute in 2017

After a long and distinguished career as a cancer researcher and surgeon working for several world-renowned hospitals, Michael Zinner is coming home to Miami. The 70-year-old graduate of Coral Gables…

Individuals, organizations receive Gold Medal Awards

Individuals, organizations receive Gold Medal Awards

Three accomplished individuals and four prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards dinner Thursday evening. At the ceremony,…

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Just like a good neighbor, let FIU play fair with The Fair

Just like a good neighbor, let FIU play fair with The Fair

Though Florida International University in its game to expand into Youth Fair land next door holds all the cards, including aces in community goodwill, we suggested a year ago that…

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

Miami-Dade commissioners are being asked to authorize $12.2 million for contract workers to service 10 added early voting sites for the presidential election, which officials say would save $1 million…

$38 million to berth MSC Cruises’ MSC Seaside

$38 million to berth MSC Cruises’ MSC Seaside

County commissioners are being asked to accelerate $38 million to improve PortMiami’s Terminal F for berthing MSC Cruises’ MSC Seaside starting in winter 2017. The Trade and Tourism Committee is…

MiamiCentral is on track for a 2017 opening

MiamiCentral is on track for a 2017 opening

The ground that once was home to Miami’s train station is today evolving on a daily basis with tons of new steel and concrete. MiamiCentral is on track for a…

Florida teacher shortage labeled “critical”

Florida teacher shortage labeled “critical”

The ranks of new teachers in Florida continue to grow, but state education authorities say there continues to be a teacher shortage, and the word “critical” remains a qualifier. State…

Now choices in Beach’s convention hotel quest get harder

Now choices in Beach’s convention hotel quest get harder

This week’s decision on how to get a companion hotel to serve a revamped Miami Beach Convention Center may be the easiest of up to 10 choices needed to make…

Carole Ann Taylor: Building on cultural and destination retail expansions

Carole Ann Taylor: Building on cultural and destination retail expansions

Carole Ann Taylor never had a formal job as a social worker, even though she earned a degree in the field, but said she’s acted in the role of one…

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