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Stories written by Catherine Lackner

Miami Homeless Annex Beds Trigger Downtown Concerns

Miami's Homeless Assistance Center is gearing up to add as many as 55 more beds amid fears that more capacity may exacerbate the city's homeless situation.…

International Airport Traffic Seen Rebounding In Year

Traffic at Miami International Airport is expected to remain strong and regain some of last year's…

Stierheim Reflects On Years With County Wont Disappear

Outgoing Miami-Dade Manager Merrett Stierheim continues to be "quite bullish" on the county's future for 2001 and beyond. And he refuses to rule out a continuing role in leadership circles.…

Watson Island Megayacht Proposal Seen Smoothing Waterfront City Of Miami Ties

A request for proposals for a mega-yacht marina on Watson Island last month represents a breakthrough in relations between City of Miami officials and the city's Waterfront Advisory Board, says…

Chamber Looks To Awardsponsors For Major Fund Raising

Corporate sponsorships, the money-making trend that created the FedEx Orange Bowl, the AT&T Bayfront Amphitheatre and the Bank of America Coconut Grove Art Festival, is coming to the Greater Miami…

Charter School Site Now West Of Miami Police Station

A charter school proposed for downtown is on the move again, this time directly west of Miami's police station at 400 NW Second Ave.…

County Oks Arena Metrorail Stop For Mixeduse Project

In an effort to spur downtown development near the Miami Arena Metrorail stop, Miami-Dade County commissioners are working with a development firm to build a mixed-use project with the station…

Downtown Merchants Add Night Hours For Yule

Hoping to capitalize on newly spruced up storefronts amid light poles decorated for the holidays, downtown Miami merchants will kick off their extended hours holiday retail campaign tonight (12/7).…

Convention Bureau Packages Course For 8th Graders

In what's being billed as a one-of-a-kind effort, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau and Miami-Dade County Public Schools have collaborated in a curriculum program to recruit and prepare…

Second Avenue Lot Now Top Choice For Charter School Site

An empty lot in the 400 block of Southwest Second Avenue is emerging as the probable site for a new charter school in downtown Miami that's planned to open to…

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