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Stories written by Meisha Perrin

10 Millionplus Home Sales Up 88

Miami's City Commission last week unanimously approved a slight name change and an almost 1-acre extension of Swire Properties' Brickell CityCentre, while hailing the firm's officials for picking Miami…

Bigticket Office Deals Brewing

Teaching certificates are increasing in Florida after numbers were down just a few years ago, according to Kathy Hebda, deputy chancellor for educator quality for the Florida Department of…

Walmart Ignores City Design Vote

Miami's architectural advisory panel did not have much of a say at their meeting last week with Wal-Mart officials. …

Is City Attorney Job Description Possible

Miami's commissioners are trying to get ahead of the curve in looking for a city attorney to replace the incumbent when she retires this year.…

Netherlands Dives Into South Florida Flooding

Flooding issues are growing a sense of urgency in Miami Beach, according to Simone Filippini, consul general for the Kingdom of the Netherlands — but, she said, the Dutch…

Milan Miami Work On Swapping Fairs

A budding relationship between Miami and Milan could create here a scaled-down version of the famed week-long fair held in Italy's second-largest city every year. …

St Thomas Lures 93 Students From China

Within the past five years, 93 Chinese students have packed up and left the mainland in pursuit of higher education at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens. …

Miami Sets A Voting Futility Record

Members of the Olympia Building Partnership Ltd. still have more waiting to do, as Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez last week put them on hold for another month, setting…

Honks Of Traffic Discord Rock Music Fest

Trouble is brewing for planners and patrons alike of Miami's Ultra Music Festival, which is having difficulty getting approval from Miami city commissioners and affected downtown businesses of its…

Center Fielding 24 Million Calls A Year

A city-county joint 311 call center gets more than 2.4 million phone calls a year, a number that has held relatively steady for four to five years, according to…

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