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Front Page » 2018 » July (Page 5)

Nick Miceli: Plans six more South Florida TD Bank locations in year

Nick Miceli: Plans six more South Florida TD Bank locations in year

Nick Miceli celebrated two decades with TD Bank in November by moving from his native New Jersey to the Sunshine State, where as Metro Florida regional president he plans to…

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Miami Dade College and Florida International University both saw increases in summer enrollment after Gov. Rick Scott signed a law in March allowing top-performing students to use their Bright Futures…

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

A new college apprenticeship program launched in May by Miami Dade College in collaboration with the US Department of Labor, Florida Department of Education and major partners in targeted industries…

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Two property appraisal firms reached similar conclusions regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Melreese Golf Course, stating the highest and best use would include higher density mixed-use with retail and…

Coral Gables bars bike and scooter leasing, takes a spin with Spin

Coral Gables bars bike and scooter leasing, takes a spin with Spin

An emergency ordinance to ban shared scooters and bikes passed unanimously on Tuesday at the Coral Gables commission meeting. This ordinance does not stop the city from entering into an…

Teaching gap narrows as Florida certifies more instructors

Teaching gap narrows as Florida certifies more instructors

The teaching gap is narrowing as Floridais issuing more teaching certificates and the number of active professionals is increasing. Instructors are also finding better workplace options, with “D” and “F”…

County cuts a bit off $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

County cuts a bit off  $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

Up to $80 million in sports-related revenue refund bonds have been approved for issuance, a move that will save Miami-Dade County about $7.6 million through October 2039, according to Deputy…

New signs with lower speed limits slowing traffic in Coral Gables

New signs with lower speed limits slowing traffic in Coral Gables

Coral Gables drivers are slowing down in some areas where 158 new speed limit signs have been installed, said Jessica Keller, the city’s assistant public works, transportation and sustainability director.…

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Henri Ford: Dean seeks big gains at UM’s Miller School of Medicine

Henri Ford: Dean seeks big gains at UM’s Miller School of Medicine

As new dean and chief academic officer of the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, Dr. Henri Ford has many goals for its campus, faculty and school. The Haitian-American…

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