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Front Page » 2008 » June (Page 3)

Lynda Bell Marks Early Success On Growth And City Audits As She Completes First Half Year As Mayor Of Homestead

Citizens come first, says Lynda Bell, Homestead's first female mayor. Her election, she says, represents a shift among residents toward supporting officials who they believe will do the best job…

Trirail Cuts Averted Funding Back On Track

Tri-Rail's record number of riders can rest easy: South Florida government officials have derailed funding threats that could have drastically reduced train service.…

Schools Sit On Powder Keg And Superintendent Has A Match

What would happen to a corporate CEO who wouldn't answer directors' questions, gagged them in meetings, made them pay to see the files, battled them in court on the company's…

Calendar Of Events Dance

Saturday 6/28…

Jackson Faces Major Financial Hurdles Operation Threatened

Ongoing and future funding constraints on Jackson Health System are threatening its 90-year open-door mission.…

Calendar Of Events Sports

Thursday 6/26…

Calendar Of Events Children

Monday 6/23…

Mia To Begin Using Fullbody Scanners This Summer

At long last, an alternative to the pat-down.…

Jose R Mas First Hooked Up Homestead Now Hes Building Infrastructure Nationwide

Locally based communications and utility infrastructure company MasTec has grown and changed along with technology over the past almost 50 years. For the past 15, President and Chief Executive Officer…

Miami Commission Agrees With Flagstone Lease Payment Extension But With A Fee

Miami commissioners have agreed to give Watson Island developer Flagstone a new extension on its $600 million hotel, retail and mega-yacht project, but this time it's charging the developer about…

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