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Chinese home investment in Miami grows

Chinese home investment in Miami grows

Although there isn’t a large Chinese presence in South Florida yet, observers say infrastructure is coming together and will eventually attract homebuyers from that market. Miami is…

Government

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

This Florida legislative session, physicians and hospitals in the state are keeping a close eye on two telemedicine bills. In telemedicine, sometimes referred to as telehealth, a…

Business & Finance

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

The architects working on a project on the Miami River for mega-yachts say it is the first of its kind in the world – everything in one…

Communities

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

The cost to clean up polluted Miami parks keeps going up and up, pushing some city commissioners to ask when it all will end. Beyond the growing…

Arts & Culture

Film fest to open with a vengeance

Film fest to open with a vengeance

Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival will kick off its 32nd annual fete with the Florida premiere of Argentinean director Damian Szifron’s “Wild Tales” (Relatos salvajes)…

Education

Milan World’s Fair conference in Miami

Milan World’s Fair conference in Miami

Miami will play a significant role next week in the build-up for the Milan Expo 2015 World’s Fair as it hosts an international conference on the fair’s…

Healthcare

Nicklaus funding fuels hospital foundation

Nicklaus funding fuels hospital foundation

In honor of last month’s $60 million gift from golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara Nicklaus, the main campus of Miami Children’s Hospital and its…

Transportation

Light rail to beach on funding track

Light rail to beach on funding track

A push to build a light-rail public transportation system between downtown Miami and Miami Beach is often brought up at local meetings. Officials want an electrically powered…

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