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Super scooper of floating Miami River debris gets rerun

Super scooper of floating Miami River debris gets rerun

There’s a scavenger roaming the Miami River, and that’s a good thing. The Miami River Commission’s Stormwater Subcommittee learned last month that the City of Miami is in the process…

Multi-use redevelopment of Wynwood industrial sites OK’d

Multi-use redevelopment of Wynwood industrial sites OK’d

A set of interconnected buildings is designed to bring a mix of residential, retail and office uses to a block in Wynwood, along with major murals and other art treatments…

Jorge M. Perez foundation grants fund 10 Miami causes

Jorge M. Perez foundation grants fund 10 Miami causes

The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation at The Miami Foundation is making $600,000 in grants to benefit nonprofit groups that promote equitable education, address growing concerns of economic inequality and…

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

After coming to an agreement with the Miami Parking Authority, an electric moped sharing company has unleashed its fleet to the Miami streets and is slated to bring more than…

Melreese golf course deal for major development targeted for May

Melreese golf course deal for major development targeted for May

After debate over a Melreese golf course deal still being negotiated boiled over in November, Miami commissioners have let talks simmer, awaiting a May update from lawyers. Attorneys retained for…

Florida’s gender pay gap widens quickly

Florida’s gender pay gap widens quickly

The gap in Florida between earnings for men and for women widened considerably over the most recent year studied, buttressing other data and a Miami-Dade County call for state legislation…

Steven Losner: New Homestead mayor targets job creation as top need

Steven Losner: New Homestead mayor targets job creation as top need

Few serving in public office in South Florida can claim to have deeper hometown roots than Steven Losner, the new mayor of Homestead. A fourth-generation resident of the second-oldest city…

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Filming in Miami: January 2, 2020

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,…

It’s intellectual flu season: legislature again targets beliefs

It’s intellectual flu season: legislature again targets beliefs

The legislature is again being asked to order a probe into the minds of every faculty member and student in every public Florida university. We test learning regularly, but this…

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