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Front Page » 2006 » August

Concourse To Be Closed After New Terminal Is Opened

Airlines and travelers will lose 17 gates at Miami International Airport's North Terminal for two to three years as aviation officials hope to speed up renovation work and rein in…

Calendar Of Events Fashion

Wednesday 5/24…

Calendar Of Events Sports

Friday 9/1…

Gables Revives Parkbyphone Program

Coral Gables' park-by-phone program was revived last week after a three-month suspension.…

Chamber Backs Pay Raises For Commissioners

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is shedding its longstanding reluctance to get involved in local politics by urging members to vote Tuesday in favor of hefty pay raises for…

Transit Panel Asks State To Reconsider Traffic Ramp At Port

As Miami-Dade County works on a method to build a tunnel for the Port of Miami, a freight committee is asking the state transportation department to revisit a study for…

Hurricaneravaged Crandon Park Restaurant Might Be Replaced

A Key Biscayne restaurant razed after Hurricane Wilma battered it may be replaced by a new restaurant as part of a master plan for Crandon Park that envisions a new…

Office Rents Rising After Years Of Flatlining

After several years of near-stagnation, office rental rates are on the rise, a trend likely to continue at least until new construction takes some of the pressure off tight vacancies,…

Playhouse Close To Hiring Consultancy

The board of directors of the troubled Coconut Grove Playhouse is close to hiring a management-consulting firm to devise a strategy for the landmark theater's revival, but the goal of…

Calendar Of Events Events

Saturday 9/2…

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