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Brightline, Miami huddle on making rail line safer

A steady flow of passenger trains will be returning to downtown Miami soon and city officials are concerned about public safety.The higher-speed private rail service Brightline launched one month ago with trips between Fort Lauderdale and…

Plans For Hightech Training Center At Mdcc To Get Boost From State

Miami-Dade Community College expects to receive $5.2 million within months from the state to establish a high-tech training center that business leaders and educators say will prepare a local workforce…

Finding Sponsors Is Next Step For Flamingos In Paradise Project

More than 400 designs have been approved for "Flamingos in Paradise," a project of Miami-Dade Art in Public Places.…

A trend of transforming obsolete offices into residential housing in downtown Miami is adding affordable rental units to a market that previously offered few choices.…

Fortune To Build Once Hotly Contested Multiplan Tower On Southern Half

Plans for a high profile, 2.5-acre parcel of bayfront land on Brickell Bay Drive have changed through the years but developers with Fortune International may soon have the last word.…

Major Convention Due On Beach In June Seen Drawing Delegates From 60 Nations

A conference for senior-level entertainment marketing executives is expected to bring 6,000 participants from more than 60 countries to Miami Beach as officials anticipate spending nearly $5.7 million during their…

Downtown Charter School Faces New Hurdle Of Plans For Nearby Parcel

All that stands in the way of opening a charter school in downtown Miami is approval by the county's school district, which could come as early as this month or…

Mimo Tackles The Challenge Of Historic Designation Selections

With buildings from the post-war boom of the late 1940s and early '50s becoming eligible for historic designation, local planners and architectural historians say they're facing the difficult task of…

Miamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Votemiamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Vote

County commissioners fired their first salvo Tuesday against two bills - just approved by the legislature and affecting local government - and called for the governor to veto a vote…

Miami Areas First Internet Street Fair To Be Held On Lincoln Road

With the motto of bringing "technology out of the office and onto the streets," the first Miami Internet Street Fair will be held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday on Lincoln Road…

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