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Patricia Rosello: Registered nurse becomes Baptist Hospital’s new CEO

Patricia Rosello: Registered nurse becomes Baptist Hospital’s new CEO

Patricia Rosello said she never expected to be the CEO of a hospital, having started her career as a registered nurse over 30 years ago. Ms. Rosello is a self-described…

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FYI Miami: March 29, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. HOTELS ON…

Despite financial leaks, catamaran ferry transit could float

Despite financial leaks, catamaran ferry transit could float

A long-awaited study uncorked last week on how catamarans can beat traffic gridlock finds that boats could cut 20 minutes from the time buses clock on a single route but…

Filming in Miami: March 29, 2018

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

Downtown Development Authority’s Biscayne Green wilts in Tallahassee

Downtown Development Authority’s Biscayne Green wilts in Tallahassee

For Miami’s Downtown Development Authority, results of this year’s Florida legislative session could be summed up by the phrase “so near, yet so far away.” Board members learned at their…

Teacher shortages rife in state and throughout Miami-Dade

Teacher shortages rife in state and throughout Miami-Dade

As the school year nears its end, the Florida Department of Education continues to point to teacher shortages in vital subject areas across the state and throughout Miami-Dade County. “Historically,…

Year after debut, American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans opening

Year after debut, American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans opening

After hosting its soft inauguration a little more than a year ago, the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora plans to host its grand opening Sept. 8 with two new…

Miami evaluates preparations for hurricane season

Miami evaluates preparations for hurricane season

It’s never too early to prepare for hurricane season, particularly if you’re still suffering the consequences of the last one. That’s the situation officials with the City of Miami find…

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

The Florida Legislature has granted the Miami-Dade County clerk’s office $1.5 million to stay afloat this fiscal year, after cutting funding last year. “During a very difficult session, mostly due…

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