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City seeks to retain National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Miami city commissioners are urging the federal government to retain the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Headquarters at its current location on Virginia Key.NOAA is reportedly considering relocating its Southeast Fisheries Science Center to…

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.…

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…

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.…

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…

Stearns Revamping Suit In Bid To Cut County Into Small City

A lawsuit being fine-tuned by attorney Eugene Stearns challenges the structure of Miami-Dade County government and its taxation of residents in unincorporated areas.…

Miami River Dredging Gets Final Green Light From County Commission

After almost three decades of planning, the dredging of the Miami River is scheduled for summer 2002 and could take up to four years.…

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