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10,000 Baptist Care on Demand downloads key expansion

10,000 Baptist Care on Demand downloads key expansion

Baptist Health is planning to expand Baptist Care On Demand as the virtual platform has had about 10,000 downloads since it first launched in August 2016. The virtual platform offers…

FYI Miami: November 30, 2017

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. CRIME DROP…

Transit progress is slower than the ride, as are answers

Transit progress is slower than the ride, as are answers

Eight years ago the county sought bids to replace its creaky Metrorail fleet, built in 1983. This week officials will welcome the first new train. Barring more delays, all 136…

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Ralph Lopez-Massas: Piloting a 12,500-person team at American Airlines hub

Ralph Lopez-Massas: Piloting a 12,500-person team at American Airlines hub

Ralph Lopez-Massas began his career with American Airlines by accident 22 years ago. While still in school, he took a summer job as a general reservations agent and now runs…

Filming in Miami: November 30, 2017

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

New Miami mayor keeps transportation planning seat

New Miami mayor keeps transportation planning seat

The new mayor in Miami, former city commissioner Francis Suarez, wants to continue his membership on a regional government body, the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization (TPO). “I want to be…

South Florida household spending high on housing, low on transportation

South Florida household spending high on housing, low on transportation

The average South Florida household spends proportionally more on housing than the national average but, surprisingly, less than average on transportation, healthcare and food, a federal study issued last week…

Art sales figures may turn around at Art Basel Miami Beach

Art sales figures may turn around at Art Basel Miami Beach

Global art sales dwindled for two years, last year totaling about $56.6 billion, down 11% from 2015. However, in June buying picked up, an artwork sold at a record price,…

Flexibility Miami-Dade transportation key, Gimenez says

Flexibility Miami-Dade transportation key, Gimenez says

Flexibility and adaptability are key for Miami-Dade County’s transportation decisions, Mayor Carlos Giménez told directors of the Downtown Development Authority Nov. 17. He and Alice Bravo, county transportation director, spoke…

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