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First new Metrorail cars pass all scheduled tests

The first two Metrorail cars that will replace Miami-Dade’s fleet have passed all scheduled tests and will be put on the mainline for final examination this May, says transit chief Alice Bravo. “They’re in excellent condition and…

Italys Sella Adds Rep Office To Brickell Bank Vista

Banca Sella, a privately held bank focused on the Latin American-Italian community, has opened a Miami representative office as its first foothold in North America.…

Eastward Ho Seeks Funds To Help Developers Clean Lands

As South Florida communities run out of land to build on, new sources of funds may make it easier to redevelop contaminated urban areas, according to local environmentalists.…

Cargo Ferry Offering Fast Miamibahamas Run

A Norwegian ferry company is developing a new cargo business while simultaneously carrying passengers aboard fast-speed shuttles from the Port of Miami to the Grand Bahamas.…

North Miami Beach Gets Ok To Add 163rd Mall To Plans

A City of North Miami Beach plan to revitalize the municipality's main business corridor got a needed endorsement from Miami-Dade County to incorporate the struggling 163rd Street Mall into the…

Maduro Stadium Nearer Demolition For Apartment Complex

By Paola Iuspa Bobby Maduro Stadium, built in 1949 for baseball spring training, appears to be nearing demolition. Ruby Swezy, a principal with St. Martin Affordable Housing Inc., owner of…

Caterpillar Subsidiary Moving Logistics Center To Miamidade

Caterpillar Logistics Services Inc., a subsidiary of the huge manufacturer of earth-moving equipment, is having a 300,000-square-foot complex built in Beacon Station industrial park in Medley.…

Clubs Transforming Overtown Park West River Areas

Transforming abandoned, paint-faded warehouses into clubs and bars in Overtown, Park West and along the banks of the Miami River, said community leaders, has started to reshape the character of…

Officials Say Alls Fine As Arts Center Deadline Nears

With only four months remaining for a performing arts center consortium of builders to meet or beat $255 million construction budget set by the county, Project Director Gail Thompson said…

Africando 2001 To Promote Trade With Africa Caribbean

When manufacturers, policymakers, trade promoters and others from nations in Africa and the Caribbean gather in Miami next month, local entrepreneurs will have a chance to learn of future business…

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