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Not a cent of federal aid for Hurricane Irma damage reaches county

Federal funds to help rebuild after last summer’s ravage of Hurricane Irma are still in the process of being allocated, with no deadline in sight. Not a penny has yet reached Miami-Dade, with 10 to 12…

Co-working spaces expanding as membership increases

Co-working spaces expanding as membership increases

Founders of Miami-Dade co-working spaces are looking to expand as membership increases and more professionals utilize shared workspaces as launch pads to success. Adolfo Taylhardat founded TamboWorks three years ago…

MTV Networks Latin America gets first county filming grant

MTV Networks Latin America gets first county filming grant

The first production to gain funding under Miami-Dade County’s new film incentive program is a 20-episode MTV Networks Latin America television series continuation. The incentives are geared to fill a…

Miami-Dade closes in on waterborne transportation system

Miami-Dade closes in on waterborne transportation system

It hasn’t been clear sailing for Miami-Dade officials studying the feasibility of a waterborne transportation system. They’re having to navigate around obstacles from water depth to infrastructure to regulations. That…

Tri-Rail targets adding positive train control for safety

Tri-Rail targets adding positive train control for safety

As Tri-Rail works toward rolling into Miami Central Station, its parent South Florida Regional Transportation Authority is focusing its efforts on adding positive train control so that all Tri-Rail trains…

Four Florida Department of Transportation projects nearly done

Four Florida Department of Transportation projects nearly done

The Florida Department of Transportation expects to complete four of its five major Miami-Dade roadway projects in 2018. The five include major improvements for the Palmetto Expressway, I-95, Southwest 107th…

Audio from recognition glasses helps the blind “see” faces

Audio from recognition glasses helps the blind “see” faces

When Mayor Carlos Giménez and members of his team went to Israel last month, they brought back new Israeli technology that can help blind and visually impaired people read print…

International passengers through Miami International Airport grow

International passengers through Miami International Airport grow

The number of international passengers traveling through Miami International Airport this year is slightly ahead of the same period in 2016, most recent data from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department show.…

Grocery chain may help market Zoo Miami product – Zoo Doo

Grocery chain may help market Zoo Miami product – Zoo Doo

Zoo Miami’s animal and plant waste composting project commonly referred to as “Zoo Doo” faced a setback in sales so far this year as a result of Hurricane Irma shutting…

University of Miami hatchery learns to grow large quantities of mahi mahi

University of Miami hatchery learns to grow large quantities of mahi mahi

The University of Miami’s aquaculture program and hatchery on Virginia Key, which is capable of supporting a wide range of research projects concurrently, has successfully found a way to grow…

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