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Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Developers behind some of the most notable projects in Miami-Dade County are vying to build out an area adjacent to the Douglas Road Metrorail station near Coconut Grove. Miami-Dade government…

Historic site could get 36-story tower

Historic site could get 36-story tower

A historic 20-unit apartment building in Edgewater is up for sale, and hotel owners and operators have expressed interest in buying the building and turning it into a hotel. The…

UberX OK X’d out

The Miami-Dade County Commission deferred voting Tuesday on an ordinance that would have legalized peer-to-peer transportation services that are based on smartphone apps. The ordinance would have legalized these services…

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

County officials are studying sites where US Coast Guard operations could move to make way for a theme park in South Miami-Dade. “We have a lot of work to do…

Unusual partnership spurs education

Unusual partnership spurs education

To help struggling public schools, a state non-profit organization matches the schools with executives from the private sector. The organization’s work is essentially based on the idea of learning how…

Miami to vet cost of Tri-Rail link downtown

City officials plan to re-evaluate the price tag to expand Tri-Rail to downtown Miami, Mayor Tomás Regalado said. The $69 million cost was estimated in talks among the South Florida…

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

With all the recent issues surrounding public education – from outcries over excessive school testing to bullying – a conference on education ethics seems timely. The Ethics in Education conference…

Cruise lines seek more Miami berths

Cruise lines seek more Miami berths

More cruise ships aim to come to PortMiami, a Miami-Dade County official revealed. A number of companies are in talks with the county about bringing their ships to PortMiami, Deputy…

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Miami-Dade County is preliminarily proposing four sites where the Youth Fair could potentially relocate. The county is responsible for finding a suitable site for the Youth Fair, which is run…

Big-bus contract stalled

Big-bus contract stalled

The Miami-Dade County Commission has stalled a contract to buy more than 60 buses to add to the county’s fleet. Recently, elected officials and residents have pushed for more mass…

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