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Stories written by Vanessa Zambrano

150 more red light camera sites coming

150 more red light camera sites coming

Miami-Dade is moving forward with its plan to install red-light cameras in at least 150 intersections. The county’s attorneys are reviewing a draft of what will be a formal solicitation…

Profile: Wayne Slaton

Profile: Wayne Slaton

Wayne Slaton was the first Miami Lakes mayor after the town’s incorporation in 2000. He was in office eight years after decades of being involved in the community through civic…

Profile: Barbara Jordan

Profile: Barbara Jordan

New Yorker by birth but a true Miami native, Barbara Jordan has been involved with Miami-Dade County throughout most of her career: on the administrative side she rose to assistant…

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Construction on the Rickenbacker Causeway’s Bear Cut and West bridges is well under way but estimated completion has been pushed back to next June. Repairs on the original bridges that…

Big 836 traffic change coming

Big 836 traffic change coming

State and local authorities are developing major roadway projects all over Miami-Dade County, and the biggest is still under way and producing new traffic shifts: the 836-826 Interchange. The reconstruction…

Profile: Alina Interián

Profile: Alina Interián

Alina Interián has been involved with the arts for most of her career. She was executive director of the Miami Book Fair International for 11 years and in 2000 she…

Merge business groups, Nero urges

Merge business groups, Nero urges

The Beacon Council needs to be more independent and work with the public sector as equals, particularly by shifting its funding sources to receive the larger share from the private…

Profile: Laurence Dubey

Profile: Laurence Dubey

Laurence Dubey has come a long way from Switzerland. After deciding she wanted to see the world and travel, she studied hospitality and has worked in the Americas and in…

Florida gives economic development spotlight

Florida has taken a more active role in pursuing economic development in the past few years, the state’s Secretary of Commerce and President and CEO of Enterprise Florida says. Gray…

Profile: Mary Andrews

Profile: Mary Andrews

Miami Bridge, Youth and Family Services is the only emergency shelter for homeless or abandoned young people ages 10 to 18 in Miami-Dade County. The face is Mary Andrews, executive…

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