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Front Page » 2019 » July (Page 6)

Freebee on-demand transit expanding north and south

Freebee on-demand transit expanding north and south

Freebee, the Miami-born on-demand service that gives free short-distance rides to travelers across three South Florida counties, will add a fourth county and at least one more Miami-Dade municipality to…

Competition growing to open trauma centers

Competition growing to open trauma centers

Trauma centers are cropping up across Miami-Dade County as some hospitals pounce on the opportunity to increase their revenue. Hospitals are allowed to open more trauma centers under the purview…

Transportation, tech worlds to talk mobility in Wynwood

Transportation, tech worlds to talk mobility in Wynwood

More than 500 people from the transportation and tech industries, government and academia are expected to descend upon Wynwood next April 2 and 3 for CoMotion Miami, a conference to…

South Miami trials move toward Zika vaccine

South Miami trials move toward Zika vaccine

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says it is nearing completion of follow-up visits for its VCR 705 trial, taking one step closer to developing a Zika vaccine.…

Take three vital steps to ensure safety of Metrorail riders

Take three vital steps to ensure safety of Metrorail riders

A shocking independent report that Miami Today detailed last week points toward worse, less safe rides on Miami-Dade’s Metrorail in the next few years even while 136 new cars from…

Filming in Miami: July 4, 2019

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,…

FYI Miami: July 4, 2019

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. NEXT ACT…

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Michael Spring: Arts guru is playing a far larger role on county’s stage

Michael Spring: Arts guru is playing a far larger role on county’s stage

It’s been 18 years since Miami Today last profiled Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs Director Michael Spring, and while much of his department’s mission remains largely the same, its impact has grown…

Plan to combat intrusive political tactics

Plan to combat intrusive political tactics

The results of a county study into aggressive and intrusive political demonstration tactics at Miami-Dade voting locations are in, and while no solutions are explicitly prescribed ahead of this year’s…

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