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Catalonia Trade & Investment signs Miami agreement

Catalonia Trade & Investment – the government’s agency for foreign investment attraction and business competitiveness – has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Beacon Council to enforce the existing efforts between both organizations in serving…

Revisions Set Parrot In Motion

Parrot Jungle's six-year-old plan to move to Watson Island is moving forward with Miami's approval of project revisions completing the permit process and allowing construction of the $46 million theme…

73yearold Historic Washington To Be Expanded To Full High School

A $12 million expansion to Booker T. Washington, one of Miami's oldest public schools, will return it to its original status as a high school in time for its 75th…

Gold Medal Awards Seeking Firms Leaders Who Make Community Shine

Miami Today is accepting entries in the second annual Gold Medal Awards competition, which recognizes companies, institutions and individuals that are at the forefronts of their fields in South Florida.…

South Florida Nonprofit Groups Aiming For 22 Billion Total

The lion's share of the fundraising is going on in Miami-Dade County, where 76 separate campaigns anticipated or under way total $1.4 billion — about $640 per capita. By comparison,…

Local Author Helen Muir Updates Her Classic View Of The Magic City

Miamians who don't have a good sense of the city's history have an opportunity to educate themselves painlessly with Helen Muir's classic Miami USA, just released in an new, expanded…

Second Avenue Lot Now Top Choice For Charter School Site

An empty lot in the 400 block of Southwest Second Avenue is emerging as the probable site for a new charter school in downtown Miami that's planned to open to…

City Team Set To Hit Homer For Marlins

Now that a ninth member has been named to the new Community Improvement Authority, members of the agency say they are ready to tackle their top priority — a stadium…

Miami Oks Allapattah Lot For Affordable Housing Use

Miami city officials have OK'd the sale of a city-owned lot in Allapattah that will be used for an affordable housing project.…

Graduate Programs Teach Skills Outside Corporate Structure

More women are enrolling in graduate business programs, educators say — often with an eye to opening companies rather than climbing the corporate ladder at an established firm.…

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