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Miami’s waterfront parks reimagined

Miami’s waterfront parks reimagined

Two of the City of Miami’s newest and most popular parks would have been unrecognizable even 20 years ago. Maurice A. Ferré Park, downtown Miami’s direct connection with Biscayne Bay, and Regatta Park, bringing a…

Doral population rises 6.3% in year

Doral population rises 6.3% in year

Doral has been a culturally diverse city being represented by many nationalities, with a recent influx of people moving from other regions in the US. People coming from Argentina, Brazil and across the country have…

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Complex public-private Miami administration building deal stumbles

Complex public-private Miami administration building deal stumbles

A complex public-private partnership is apparently falling apart between the City of Miami and a developer that won a bid to build a multi-million-dollar project…

Billions in bonds reshape Port of Miami finances

Billions in bonds reshape Port of Miami finances

To lock in historic low interest rates on Port of Miami debt while shoving much of the repayment off into the future in the wake…

At innovation lunch, Manny Medina points the way

At innovation lunch, Manny Medina points the way

A Miami Innovation Luncheon celebrating the City of Miami’s 125th birthday included a panel of industry leaders in turning Miami into the “capital of capital”…

Stormy city commission can’t blow Rickenbacker Marina off course

Stormy city commission can’t blow Rickenbacker Marina off course

The fate of the city-owned marinas on Virginia Key led to a long and loud shouting match between two Miami city commissioners. Once decorum was…

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Opinion

Miami’s open-door history reveals the best path forward

Miami’s open-door history reveals the best path forward

Exactly 125 years ago in a grimy pool hall on our nation’s frontier a new city was born: Miami. Each concert hall at the Arsht Center today holds six times as many people as lived here to form the new city on July 28, 1896. We were born with great expectations. The city this week is celebrating that anniversary with events to connect our history with our present lives and look to the future. Miami Today detailed the events last week…

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Eric Knowles: Leads much-enlarged Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce

Eric Knowles: Leads much-enlarged Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce

May marked seven years for Eric Knowles as president and CEO of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, an organization charged with linking and advancing the interests of Black-, minority- and women-owned businesses here. Since taking over, he’s raised the chamber’s annual budget more than threefold to $1 million and grew its staff, all while bolstering its membership and adding to its ranks. When Covid-19 hit last year, he intensified the chamber’s work to help members and non-members alike survive with new programming…

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Real Estate

Complex public-private Miami administration building deal stumbles

Complex public-private Miami administration building deal stumbles

A complex public-private partnership is apparently falling apart between the City of Miami and a developer that won a bid to build a multi-million-dollar project on the Miami River. Because the city is considering other…

Government

Stormy city commission can’t blow Rickenbacker Marina off course

Stormy city commission can’t blow Rickenbacker Marina off course

The fate of the city-owned marinas on Virginia Key led to a long and loud shouting match between two Miami city commissioners. Once decorum was restored at the July 22 meeting, the end result was…

Business & Finance

At innovation lunch, Manny Medina points the way

At innovation lunch, Manny Medina points the way

A Miami Innovation Luncheon celebrating the City of Miami’s 125th birthday included a panel of industry leaders in turning Miami into the “capital of capital” with an ecosystem of technology that develops Miami’s future. Manny…

Communities

Miami’s waterfront parks reimagined

Miami’s waterfront parks reimagined

Two of the City of Miami’s newest and most popular parks would have been unrecognizable even 20 years ago. Maurice A. Ferré Park, downtown Miami’s direct connection with Biscayne Bay, and Regatta Park, bringing a…

Arts & Culture

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

With safety as the priority for all residents and visitors, the City of Doral continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, working closely with the business community to help them succeed.  Efforts include permits for…

Education

Private schools hold enrollments steady

Private schools hold enrollments steady

“I’m incredibly excited that we finished the year strong and are beginning the year strong,” says Thomas de Quesada, executive director of enrollment and community outreach at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School.  Private schools are eager…

Healthcare

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

A projected physician shortage still looms over the US even as medical school acceptance rates hover in the single digits, but the magnitude of the shortage anticipated by the Association of American Medical Colleges has…

Transportation

Billions in bonds reshape Port of Miami finances

Billions in bonds reshape Port of Miami finances

To lock in historic low interest rates on Port of Miami debt while shoving much of the repayment off into the future in the wake of the pandemic’s impact, county commissioners last week unanimously and…

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