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Front Page » 2018 » September (Page 3)

FIU board did right thing in naming, but might face a rerun

FIU board did right thing in naming, but might face a rerun

It was fitting that the student representative on the Florida International University Board of Trustees became the swing vote in properly refusing to remove former President Modesto Maidique’s name from…

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

The state received a “certificate of need” application from the Public Health Trust of Miami-Dade County last week for a Jackson Health System 100-bed acute care hospital in Doral, according…

Miami Worldcenter expected to near completion by 2021

Miami Worldcenter expected to near completion by 2021

Miami Worldcenter, the second largest urban project in the United States, is projected to be nearly complete by 2021, according to a press release from Miami Worldcenter. The enormous 27-acre,…

Miami to kick off trolley route to Miami Beach this week

Miami to kick off trolley route to Miami Beach this week

Miami city commissioners are expected to consider final legislation today (9/13) to launch a one-year pilot program for a trolley to neighboring Miami Beach, with the hope of starting service…

Bus Rapid Transit to South Dade not a done deal

Bus Rapid Transit to South Dade not a done deal

A Transportation Planning Organization choice of bus rapid transit (BRT) for the South Dade Transitway last week all but dashed the hopes of many residents of Metrorail expansion along the…

1,000 Amazon hires in Miami to work alongside robots

1,000 Amazon hires in Miami to work alongside robots

The 855,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center at the Carrie Meek International Business Park has started the hiring process for about 1,000 new full and part time employees. Brenda Alfred, a communication…

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

The Dominican Republic, Florida’s largest market in the Caribbean basin, will welcome around 20 Florida companies and 40 to 50 Floridians to Santo Domingo from Nov. 13-16 for an export…

Little Haiti’s Magic City Innovation District on tap at city

Little Haiti’s Magic City Innovation District on tap at city

A property that for decades was home to a trailer park is to be reborn as a major mixed-use development bringing thousands of residential units, hotel rooms, nearly 350,000 square…

With civil discourse scarce, McCain becomes role model

With civil discourse scarce, McCain becomes role model

Don’t you yearn for the days when you could discuss current issues with friends and neighbors without having to either guard your words or cover your ears? This isn’t just…

Filming in Miami: September 6, 2018

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,…

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