Recent Comments

Archives

www.barry.edu
Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Linkedin
Front Page » Top Stories (Page 482)
Latest in Top Stories

Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Champions of the Miami River appreciate that the city has a working river, with vibrant marine-industrial uses up and down both banks. A working river means imports and exports, jobs, tax base and more – including…

Largest Microsoft Meeting Ever Coming To Miami

Seattle-based Microsoft Corp. will convene its largest corporate meeting in company history at the Miami Beach Convention Center over 17 days in July.…

Developers Contacted By City For Watson Island Project

City officials have started contacting developers and advertising for plans to redevelop the northwest quadrant of Watson Island, an 86-acre man-made island in Biscayne Bay connecting downtown Miami and Miami…

Airport Area Businesses Bloom With Flower Power

About 86% of all fresh-cut flowers imported into the US each year go through Miami International Airport, said Miami-Dade Aviation Department spokesman Marc Henderson, making cut flowers the airport's largest…

Home Resales Remain Impervious To Rumors Of Slowdown

Miami-Dade's home resale market continues to flourish, observers say, with condo sales fast approaching single-family home numbers.…

Proposals To Overhaul Aviation Operations Lack Support Mayor Penelas Says

An independent aviation authority or oversight board is not in Miami-Dade County's future despite four pending proposals to change the governing of local airports, according to Mayor Alex Penelas.…

Jump In Fort Lauderdale Reflects Passenger Declines Here

Passenger traffic out of Miami International Airport dropped for the third straight year, most notably on domestic flights, as some Miami passengers chose to fly in and out of Fort…

Miami Homeless Annex Beds Trigger Downtown Concerns

Miami's Homeless Assistance Center is gearing up to add as many as 55 more beds amid fears that more capacity may exacerbate the city's homeless situation.…

Latest 2 Plans Move Road Enlarge Bicentennial Park To Accommodate Marlins

Two closely guarded plans to put the Florida Marlins in Bicentennial Park were being discussed Tuesday — one from Miami Mayor Joe Carollo and another crafted by a group under…

One Miami Highrise Gets Commission Ok Amid Protests

A proposed mixed-used project to rise near the mouth of the Miami River is moving forward after the developer got the OK to proceed despite some objections from neighbors.…

www.miamitodayepaper.com
Advertisement
First Bank