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Front Page » 2007 » August (Page 5)

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Port Gets 23 Million Federal Grant To Boost Security

The Port of Miami's security operations are $2.3 million richer after receiving funding from the US Department of Homeland Security.…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

Thursday 8/23…

Calendar Of Events Books

Monday 8/27…

Art Museum Director Terence Riley Sees Park Project As Springboard For Artistic Economic Growth For Area

In the face of criticism from parks activists and skeptical taxpayers who feel they've been burned by government-funded cultural facilities, Miami Art Museum Executive Director Terence Riley doesn't bat an…

Calendar Of Events Business

Thursday 8/23…

Canes Move Out Of Orange Bowl Enhances Possibilities For Marlins

With the University of Miami Hurricanes officially out of the Orange Bowl by this football season's end, the City of Miami is free to pursue the Florida Marlins as a…

Security Cameras Will Scan Downtown

Miami Police Department will install a series of closed-circuit cameras in downtown Miami to curtail crime, control traffic and give an extra eye to homeland security efforts, officials say. …

Grove Playhouse Officials Consider Taking On University Partner

Directors of the dormant Coconut Grove Playhouse are discussing with consultants and Miami-Dade County administrators the viability of taking on a local college as a partner to operate the 80-year-old…

Wynwood Trade Zone Attracts Nine Potential Buyers

Nine offers are on the table from groups vying to buy the 8-acre Wynwood Foreign Trade Zone in Miami, and the zone's owner hopes to choose a buyer for the…

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