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Front Page » 2008

Back Pay Miami Wants Fema To Cut Check For 2005 Hurricane Damage

What Miami wants this holiday season — among many things — is a refund check from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.…

Miamidade Planning Organization Members See Vultures Circling For Port Tunnel Funds

The high priority Miami-Dade's Metropolitan Planning Organization board members put on a Port of Miami tunnel hasn't changed — and they want state officials to know it.…

Kiddies Don Get Too Greedy With Your Wish Lists To Santa

And now, boys and girls, we go to Santa Obama's workshop, where he and Mrs. Santa are reading letters asking for gifts. As we listen, we hear him say...…

Miami Firms Come To Aid Of Victims In Wake Of Madoff Ponzi Scheme

As investors nationwide scramble to assess the fallout of money manager Bernard Madoff's alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme, some local law and accounting firms are forming practice groups to aid…

As Port Of Miami Tunnel Teeters I95 Slip Ramp Slides Back Into Picture

It seems every time the beleaguered Port of Miami tunnel project faces threats, a slip ramp onto Interstate 95 slips back into the picture. Now is no exception.…

Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

Miamis Plans To Sell Knight Center North Side Assets Stall Again

Plans to sell a portion of the Knight Center are once again stalled.…

Miami Technology Upgrades Will Boost Services To Residents

Miami businesses and residents will soon have a host of city services at their fingertips thanks to a $20 million technology upgrade for which city commissioners last week approved a…

Attorney Marlon A Hills Jamaican Roots Give Perspective On Interconnected Economics Of South Florida And Caribbean

Charged with a passion for culture and relationship building, Jamaican-born attorney Marlon Hill integrates both into his professional and civic endeavors. …

Investors Plight Recouping Funds From Madoff Scandal May Take Years

Investors looking to recoup money lost in Bernard Madoff's $50 billion swindle won't get much from Madoff companies themselves, experts predict.…

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