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Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Miami-Dade influential business and education minds met Tuesday to discuss the county’s next generation of talent. All agreed adaption is key to staying competitive and retaining a strong, nimble workforce.…

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

The Coral Gables City Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to appeal a recent Third District Court of Appeal decision slapping down the city’s ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastics in retail…

Florida roads smoother, sturdier but deadlier

Florida roads smoother, sturdier but deadlier

Florida’s roadways and bridges are among the smoothest and sturdiest in the nation, but the state’s thoroughfares are also some of the deadliest, costliest and most crowded, a new report…

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Enrollment in Miami Dade Public Schools has slightly but steadily declined for the past five years, from 355,666 in 2015 to 347,108 this year. These counts are taken at the…

Virginia Key sports park plan faces two-year time out

Virginia Key sports park plan faces two-year time out

It will be at least another two years before Miami-Dade County turns the old landfill on Virginia Key over to the City of Miami, which has plans to develop the…

Universities in Miami expect enrollment gains

Universities in Miami expect enrollment gains

While Florida saw a significant decline in higher education enrollment overall for the spring semester, Miami’s universities are anticipating positive numbers for the fall semester. For spring 2019, Florida saw…

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Mitchell Kaplan: Bookstore guru crosses media lines via films, podcasts

Mitchell Kaplan: Bookstore guru crosses media lines via films, podcasts

It’s a good thing for Miami-Dade that Mitchell Kaplan decided against becoming a lawyer. The founder and president of Books & Books has done a lot to deepen the county’s…

Filming in Miami: August 29, 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,…

After side issues, look at the crux of golf course giveaway

After side issues, look at the crux of golf course giveaway

A three-day environmental scare last week nearly powered a below-par bid to plow under the only golf course in Miami city limits. Why did officials negotiating to lease Melreese Golf…

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