Archives

Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Linkedin
Front Page » 2019 » September

Gables heads to state supreme court on Styrofoam ban

Gables heads to state supreme court on Styrofoam ban

Coral Gables will request certification from the Florida Supreme Court in the next step in its battle to defend a ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastics, City Attorney Miriam Ramos…

Skilled labor shortage may swamp marine industry

Skilled labor shortage may swamp marine industry

Miami’s marine industry is a major economic engine, but a shortage of skilled labor might slow it down, members of the Miami River Commission learned at their meeting Monday. Don…

Exit ramp bottleneck target on Miami-Dade expressway

Exit ramp bottleneck target on Miami-Dade expressway

Efforts are underway to fix a frustrating exit ramp bottleneck on a popular Miami-Dade expressway as part of a massive ongoing design-build project encompassing three major roadways in the county.…

Miami strives to get operator for Virginia Key marinas

Miami strives to get operator for Virginia Key marinas

With the November election looming, the Miami City Commission is set to once again address the future of the city’s property in Virginia Key, with two related items included in…

It won’t be called AmericanAirlines Arena next year

It won’t be called AmericanAirlines Arena next year

The home of the Miami Heat is getting a new name: American Airlines is no longer vying for the naming rights it bought more than two decades ago, Miami-Dade Deputy…

Pocket park could be early piece of Underline

Pocket park could be early piece of Underline

A formal city-county agreement that will allow improvements to kick-start full construction of the first phase of the 10-mile Underline comes before a county committee for a recommendation this week.…

Massive change is coming to Government Center

Massive change is coming to Government Center

Change is coming to Government Center, a 20-acre area encompassing 16 county-owned properties in downtown Miami, and the document that will guide its transformation is due to be delivered to…

Reaffirm college’s academic freedom after China pressuring

Reaffirm college’s academic freedom after China pressuring

On the pretext of protecting Miami Dade College from political influence, censorship, the stifling of free speech, and loss of academic freedom, a powerful faction has used political influence to…

Classified Ads

FYI Miami: September 12, 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. MELREESE-MIA REPORT…

Page 1 of 3123
Advertisement