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I-395 land deal adds parking for Adrienne Arsht Center

I-395 land deal adds parking for Adrienne Arsht Center

County commissioners unanimously approved a land swap last week that makes way for the placement and setback requirements of the Florida’s Department of Transportation’s long-awaited I-395 signature bridge and provides…

38 Coconut Grove restaurants most ever

38 Coconut Grove restaurants most ever

Coconut Grove’s retail community has been invigorated by the new restaurants opening in the downtown area, say market watchers, and will be vastly improved with trolleys and legislation to alleviate…

Ken Okaniwa: Sees US-Japan trade gains in Trans-Pacific Partnership

Ken Okaniwa: Sees US-Japan trade gains in Trans-Pacific Partnership

Ken Okaniwa was a junior high school student, living with his family in Yonkers, NY, when he first became interested in diplomatic work. Every school in the area took a…

Miami International Airport projects get financing aid

Miami International Airport projects get financing aid

To accelerate projects, county commissioners approved a financing program Tuesday to pay for a portion of the Aviation Department’s capital improvements that takes advantage of low short-term interest rates and…

Suzy Batlle: Ex-banker hit sweet spot founding Azucar Ice Cream

Suzy Batlle: Ex-banker hit sweet spot founding Azucar Ice Cream

Suzy Batlle didn’t know anything about running a business when she founded Azucar Ice Cream 4½ years ago. But her chosen career as a banker came to an abrupt halt…

Miami Tennis Open claims erroneous use of feudal law

Miami Tennis Open claims erroneous use of feudal law

The Miami Tennis Open tournament organizers are once again appealing a court’s decision to uphold the Matheson family’s effort to keep Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park free from further commercial development,…

Maureen Gragg: Leads Funding Arts Network team to aid 21 programs

Maureen Gragg: Leads Funding Arts Network team to aid 21 programs

When Maureen Gragg came to Miami 40 years ago she felt her new home was a cultural desert. Little by little she saw the arts grow and now thinks there…

$75 million economic development fund grants in limbo

$75 million economic development fund grants in limbo

County commissioners are anxious to move forward with final decisions on $75 million in previously approved Economic Development Fund grant allocations but are still awaiting the administration’s report on where…

Mike Reininger: At the controls of new Brightline railway operations

Mike Reininger: At the controls of new Brightline railway operations

When Brightline launches in mid-2017, President Mike Reininger is confident the rail service from Miami to West Palm Beach will be successful and enthusiastically welcomed by travelers. For one thing,…

Land swap can get I-395 bridge rising

Land swap can get I-395 bridge rising

A committee is this week to approve exchanging county-owned land for a few Florida Department of Transportation sites so the state can reconstruct I-395 with its planned signature bridge from…

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