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Coral Gables clears way for developments in its ‘long neglected’ North Gables

Coral Gables clears way for developments in its ‘long neglected’ North Gables

“Long neglected” north Coral Gables could be seeing new development in coming years. At their July meeting, city commissioners unanimously passed three ordinances on first hearing to amend the city’s land use map to allow…

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

The plan to redevelop Melreese Golf Course into a billion-dollar mixed-use office tech hub anchored by a soccer stadium is supported by county and school board representatives for the promise of new jobs and money…

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Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade commissioners haven’t yet decided what upgrades the county will make to the South Dade Transitway, but according to Commissioner Dennis Moss, anything but rail…

Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a memorandum of understanding with Miami-Dade County for a new parking garage and related development next door to…

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a…

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

Miami-Dade may soon have a set construction site for a new civil courthouse, as commissioners are to vote next week on a parcel just west…

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Opinion

It takes guts to keep developers off city golf course’s turf

It takes guts to keep developers off city golf course’s turf

“No guts, no glory” is something ex-soccer star David Beckham understands. Miami commissioners should too when it’s time to preserve the city’s patrimony of greenery.Mr. Beckham is the front man allied with local executive Jorge Mas to develop a mixed-use project far larger than Brickell City Centre at the city’s only golf course. A soccer team is the bauble dangled before the commission and the public to get the public turf in a no-bid deal that the city never sought.Because…

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Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

For Sebastian Spreng, 2018 is a wealth of anniversaries, marking the Argentine-American’s 45th year as a professional visual artist, his 35th as a Miami resident and 30th as a music journalist.  Mr. Spreng, named “2018 Cultural Ambassador” by the Miami Chamber Music Society and the 2017 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation “Knight Champion of the Arts,” is exhibiting “DRESDEN,” 60 of his newest works, at the Lowe Museum of Art at the University of Miami through Sept. 23. The…

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Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a memorandum of understanding with Miami-Dade County for a new parking garage and related development next door to the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The unanimous vote by the parking…

Government

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

Miami-Dade may soon have a set construction site for a new civil courthouse, as commissioners are to vote next week on a parcel just west of the crumbling one on Flagler Street. Commissioners at the…

Business & Finance

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

A new college apprenticeship program launched in May by Miami Dade College in collaboration with the US Department of Labor, Florida Department of Education and major partners in targeted industries aims to be a talent…

Communities

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a three-year contract with Park One LLC to create a city-managed…

Arts & Culture

Four-block stretch in Wynwood to become a street mural

Four-block stretch in Wynwood to become a street mural

Designers Sebastian Cuevas and Cristina Nunez, both based in Latin America, won a design competition to transform a four-block stretch of Northwest Third Avenue in Wynwood into a street mural, directors of the Wynwood Business…

Education

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Summer enrollments rise after scholarship use is expanded

Miami Dade College and Florida International University both saw increases in summer enrollment after Gov. Rick Scott signed a law in March allowing top-performing students to use their Bright Futures scholarships to attend summer classes…

Healthcare

South Miami study of 50 subjects hunts for Zika vaccine

South Miami study of 50 subjects hunts for Zika vaccine

Trials for a Zika DNA vaccine are progressing as Miami clinic QPS-MRA has welcomed a new lead investigator and met its goal of 50 research subjects – with room for more. The study funded by…

Transportation

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade commissioners haven’t yet decided what upgrades the county will make to the South Dade Transitway, but according to Commissioner Dennis Moss, anything but rail would be a disservice to residents. At the commission’s July…

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