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Marlins tickets climb out of cellar

Miami Marlins ticket prices are up this season as the team has climbed out of the cellar in the standings, but other indicators of fan interest – after surging in the team’s first season at…

Zoo short of 1 million visitor goal

Zoo short of 1 million visitor goal

Even though Zoo Miami patronage has been growing for three fiscal years, upcoming construction will probably keep the zoo from reaching its 1-million-visitors goal this year. Instead, officials said, they…

eMerge Americas Techweek a huge lure

eMerge Americas Techweek a huge lure

eMerge Americas Techweek is expecting thousands of participants for Miami’s first weeklong technology exposition and conference.  Put on by eMerge Americas and the Technology Foundation of the Americas, the May…

Feds push non-compete pact for new rail line

As intercity passenger rail connecting Miami to Orlando rolls toward fruition, the US Department of Transportation has encouraged the company behind the project to sign a non-compete agreement with a…

Crunch time to refill film incentives wallet

With fewer than two weeks left in the 2014 legislative session, it’s crunch time for efforts to reinvigorate Florida’s film tax incentive program, and near the end of a statewide…

County gets only a third of planned slots take

County gets only a third of planned slots take

Miami-Dade County projects it will receive $3.2 million from pari-mutuel slot machine revenue in fiscal 2013-14, only about a third of what it had anticipated when slot machines were approved…

Flagler upgrade could start this year

Flagler upgrade could start this year

Major improvements to Flagler Street in downtown Miami are just a few steps from commencing. City officials are hopeful a plan to share costs among the city, Miami-Dade County and…

Can seaport float with its debt?

Can seaport float with its debt?

County commissioners on Tuesday questioned whether PortMiami is taking on too much debt after administrators asked their permission to issue up to $225 million in bonds to help pay for…

Heavyweights plan sports champions hall

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Sports Committee is working with Miami-Dade County as well as with HistoryMiami to open a Sports Hall of Champions facility.  In the past 20…

Sony Open team back in court

After hosting battles between the world’s top tennis players, it’s back to court this week for organizers of the annual Sony Open for a battle of their own: improving their…

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