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South Florida among fastest in US in job gains

South Florida tied for the second-fastest rate of job growth among the nation’s 12 largest metropolitan areas in October, with 62,000 added jobs increasing the area’s total by 2.4%, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed…

County Plans To Raise Tax On Airplane Tickets

Hoping to raise $253 million for nine capital improvement projects at Miami International, the county will seek federal approval to charge passengers an extra $1.50 per ticket.…

State Scouting For Location For Miamis World Economic Forum

State officials will entertain offers from any Miami-Dade County hotel interested in hosting hundreds of world leaders when they meet here.…

Luxury Highrise Targets Brickell Site

The long-vacant Mental Health Association building at 30 SE Eighth St. might become home to Brickell's newest luxury high-rise by year's end.…

Fate Of City Hall Project In Gables Due On Commission Plate

The fate of the $17 million Coral Gables administration building and garage, stopped early in construction because of a lawsuit, is back in the hands of city commissioners after a…

Caterpillar Executive Endorses Hemispheric Trade Pact At Talk

Preparing to open a third site in Miami, Caterpillar Inc. is strengthening the local muscle behind the push for a Western Hemispheric trade agreement that would eliminate trade quotas and…

Billboard Live Poised For June 4 Opening In South Beach

Billboard Live is nearly ready to enter the South Beach market.…

Nova Opens Student Center In Kendall

Nova Southeastern University has opened an off-campus student service center in West Kendall that administrators are calling a symbol of the Broward-based school's commitment to attracting students from southern Miami-Dade…

Record Cargo Numbers Prompt Port Of Miami To Add Cranes

Following a surge in the Port of Miami's cargo trade, the county commission will solicit proposals for two multimillion dollar gantry cranes.…

Brickell Project Tied To Moving 1st Miami High School

A residential, rental high-rise will take the place of Miami's first high school on Southwest First Avenue under an agreement approved by the city.…

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