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Publix Supermarkets plans two-story Dixie Highway store

Publix Supermarkets plans two-story Dixie Highway store

Though the supermarket chain has a store within a few blocks of the site, Publix Supermarkets plans to open a new two-story grocery store with parking at…

Government

Inside Hitachi rail car assembly plant

Inside Hitachi rail car assembly plant

If you’ve never darkened the doorway of a train manufacturing plant, it’s understandable to at first mistake Medley’s Hitachi facility for a contemporary art museum and the…

Business & Finance

Currency exchange rates slow Miami luxury realty sales

Currency exchange rates slow Miami luxury realty sales

Changes in currency exchange rates have some effect on the slowdown in sales of Miami’s luxury residential real estate, but that’s just one part of the larger…

Communities

Coconut Grove historical markers revive history

Coconut Grove historical markers revive history

Coconut Grove now has eight new shiny historical markers commemorating local historic sites around the neighborhood. Installed by the City of Miami Public Works, the local markers…

Arts & Culture

National Association of Television Programming Executives due here

National Association  of Television Programming Executives due here

For the sixth consecutive year, Miami Beach will host “Content First,” the annual convention of the National Association of Television Programming Executives, directors of the Film Florida…

Education

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

From being used as venues for international sporting events to weddings, summer camps to music festivals, and even the occasional TV appearance, colleges are now more open-minded…

Healthcare

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Leaders of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) say the neighborhood has been unfairly singled out in the battle against the Zika virus and that has created…

Transportation

Metrorail is too costly for Miami’s future

Metrorail is too costly for Miami’s future

Elevated Metrorail is extremely costly to build, county officials say, so street-level light rail seems best for Miami-Dade’s future transit. Transit officials are looking more at light…

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