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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…

Quebec To Tap Latin America From Miami Trade Office

As part of Quebec's Decade of the Americas program, Miami has become home to its newest commercial bureau in charge of increasing trade ties with Latin America and the Caribbean.…

Lionstone Evicts Tenants To Convert Downtown Ramada Dupont Hotel

Owner Lionstone Hotels & Resorts plans to start converting the residential portion of its newly acquired Ramada Dupont Plaza in downtown Miami into a Marriott extended stay style hotel within…

Charter Review Recommendations Could Weaken Mayors Powers

Evaluating the balance of power between executive and legislative branches of Miami-Dade County government was the most critical issue facing a charter review task force as it drafted current recommendations…

Regionalization Of Higher Ed Moves Forward With Director Targeting Resources

With a newly named executive director and support from educators, the South Florida Consortium of Higher Education spearheaded by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is surging ahead.…

South Florida Home Appreciation Rates Set Pace Among Resales

While home prices increased nationwide during the past year, industry reports put Miami at the head of the pack.…

Fiu Announces Hiring Freeze Other Cutbacks

Expecting to face a $3 million budget shortfall, Florida International University is instituting a hiring freeze and must find more ways to save money.…

Fiu Link With Smithsonian Leads To Museum Studies Program

A museum studies program under development at Florida International University is incorporating resources of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution.…

Redesign For Brickell On River Kills Hotel In Favor Of Rentals

The redesigning of a proposed residential building on the Miami River could add hundreds of waterfront rental units but omit the hotel rooms originally planned for the project.…

Switzerlands Art Basel Using Miami Beach Show To Broaden Its Latin Appeal

Latin American artists - often edged out of the most prestigious shows in favor of their European and New York competitors - should grab a larger share of the spotlight…

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