Archives

www.miamitodaynews.com
Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Linkedin
Front Page » Top Stories (Page 2)
Latest in Top Stories

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach has served as a backdrop for films, television shows, modeling shoots, videos and other forms of entertainment for almost its entire history, and that trend shows no signs of diminishing, observers say. “People can’t get…

Gables firm, Egypt partner for grain security

Coral Gables-headquartered Blumberg Grain is partnering with Egypt to develop one of the world’s largest food security systems for grain storage. The company, which signed a contract with the Egyptian…

Major League soccer in Miami in play

Major League soccer in Miami in play

About a year after the Miami-Dade County Commission decided a Major League Soccer stadium is not to open at PortMiami, a county commissioner is now nudging discussions toward a different…

Mayor a media star as Cuba expert

In his own quiet way, Coral Gables’ own Mayor Jim Cason is a media celebrity now that he’s receiving calls at a fast and furious pace to hear his views…

Major League Soccer site scores

Major League Soccer site scores

A push to build a Major League Soccer stadium beside the Marlins baseball stadium has sailed past county officials, but a plan to create a Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) encompassing…

Cruise passengers set record

Cruise passengers set record

A record in cruise passengers – nearly 4.8 million – sailed through PortMiami last year. That’s a 17% gain from 2013, when about 4.08 million came through, according to PortMiami.…

Developer sought above bus terminal

Developer sought above bus terminal

Imagine a mixed-use development rising above what today is the Omni bus terminal in Miami. Also imagine a renovated bus terminal on the ground floor of that development. Miami-Dade County…

Marlins, county to arbitrate ballpark costs

Marlins, county to arbitrate ballpark costs

The Miami Marlins have given the county their final expense claims for building the baseball team’s Little Havana home – after three full seasons in the stadium. The Marlins say…

Miami companies tap into Arab Health showcase

Miami companies had a chance to market their medical and healthcare products to an international audience and build trade partnerships in the Middle East during the Florida Showcase at Arab…

No sweat to fill 30,000 condos

No sweat to fill 30,000 condos

When some 30,000 new condos are built in a county within two years, it begs the question if there are enough people to buy them. But residential agents and industry…

www.miamitodayepaper.com
Advertisement
CLOSE X