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Worldcenter megaproject set to start

Worldcenter megaproject set to start

Faded concrete lots in Miami’s Park West have taken on a new look as a billion-dollar mega project prepares to start construction with the dawn of the…

Government

More clout on track for transit trust

Miami-Dade is considering expanding oversight by an appointed trust that advises the county commission. The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) reviews transportation-related expenses funded by a voter-approved…

Business & Finance

Car exporters question port disparities

Car exporters question port disparities

Importers and exporters of motor vehicles in the Miami area are expressing dissatisfaction with what they say are differing documentation requirements at each US port. Hakan Sayin,…

Communities

Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Coconut Grove’s waterfront is poised for major changes, but lingering lawsuits keep getting in the way and city commissioners are tired of it. Commissioners extended licenses for…

Arts & Culture

Big Art Basel influx on way

Big Art Basel influx on way

With 267 galleries exhibiting works of more than 400 artists this year, “the fair has grown dramatically over 13 years, as far as participation of galleries, and…

Education

New way to move youth fair

New way to move youth fair

After voters approved potential expansion of Florida International University onto county land where the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition is held, county officials are now seeking…

Healthcare

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a lot of…

Transportation

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida, the passenger railway that might eventually link Miami and Orlando, has revised plans for its downtown Miami station. While work on the nearly 7-acre…

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