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Supreme Court to hear education amendment case Sept. 5

The Florida Supreme Court has unanimously agreed to take up a legal battle about whether a proposed education constitutional amendment should be on the November ballot. The court said Monday…

Enrollment drop here tracks US

Enrollment in Miami-Dade County Public Schools hit a five-year low during the last school year despite an uptrend in graduation rates during the same period, according to an April school…

Miami River seawall, kayak ramp finally flowing forward

A City of Miami waterfront improvement project for a new seawall and a kayak ramp along the Miami River and Seybold Canal at the Spring Garden Point Park is finally…

Jungle Island’s expansion plans hinge on Aug. 28 ballot

Hurricane Irma played a role last year in the evolution of Jungle Island, and this year the city’s voters will have a hand in the fate of the park on…

Jackson Health System’s bid for 100 beds in Doral heads to judge’s ruling

The Public Health Trust of Miami-Dade County is to present its application for a new 100-bed Jackson Health System acute care hospital in Doral before Florida Administrative Law Judge William…

Miami city commissioner pushes measure to control abandoned shopping carts in city

Miami City Commissioner Manolo Reyes is advancing legislation to control abandoned shopping carts. The District 4 commissioner introduced a proposed ordinance to require businesses to maintain and collect errant carts…

State fights for education amendment

Downtown Miami development may have its share of competing interests, but when it comes to transportation solutions, one developer said he’s happy with the big moves his immediate neighbor is…

Plans delayed for hundreds of housing units in Overtown

Poinciana Village of Miami Ltd.’s plans to develop block 46 of Overtown are going forward, though the construction timetable has been extended. But even with the postponement, “We got a…

Telephone landlines fell 17% in state as more pull the plug

Continuing a steady trend of consumers using mobile phones and internet technology, the number of telephone landlines in Florida dropped 17% in 2017 – with the drop even more dramatic…

Grant to City of Miami targets lack of affordable housing

The City of Miami has been selected by The Center for Community Investment (CCI) to take part in Connect Capital, an initiative that assists communities in attracting and deploying capital…

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