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Frost Museum of Science passes half-million visitor mark

After opening its doors to the public sixth months ago, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has seen strong attendance, a spokesman said, resulting in an expansion of its planetarium shows and exhibitions.“We’ve had…

Land Swap In The Works To Build Downtown Charter School

A land swap that would pave the way for a charter school to be built in downtown Miami appears to be a go.…

New State Education Team Given Budget Code Organization Priorities

In efforts to streamline the state's education system, the new Florida Board of Education identified designing a budget, rewriting the school code and creating a more organized department of education…

Global Crossings To Double Size Of Latincaribbean Brickell Office

Global Crossings, an international broadband services provider, plans to more than double its leased space at its Latin American-Caribbean headquarters, 1221 Brickell Ave.…

Scene Set For Developers To Compete For Miamis Watson Island

Three proposals for Watson Island development, estimated to cost as much as $238 million, will be up for public scrutiny beginning Tuesday.…

High Tech Job Growth Measured As Sector Weighs Hiring Horizon

Despite market fluctuations during the past 18 months, a longer view of the high-tech industry in Miami-Dade shows positive job growth, said industry observers - though many companies are rethinking…

New Board Asked To Monitor County Beautification Projects

The county on Tuesday plans to give permanent life to a Community Image Advisory Board that will become responsible for identifying and overseeing beautification projects for areas heavily used by…

4 Initiatives Separately Seek To Unknot Regions Snarled Traffic

Faced with some of the nation's most notorious traffic obstacles, at least four initiatives are under way to bring together South Florida's transportation experts and, in Miami-Dade County, target bus…

Homestead Weighs Options To Gain Revenue From Mostly Idle Stadium

While awaiting word on its bid to become the training camp for the US Soccer Federation, the City of Homestead is entertaining other proposals for its baseball stadium that include…

Competing Plans For Watson Island Developments Ready For Evaluation

Three developers this week presented competing proposals to build a mega-yacht marina, fish market and hotel on the northern tip of Watson Island.…

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