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Front Page » 2020 » January (Page 4)

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

The million guests expected to flood into Downtown for the Super Bowl will be treated with hot pinks lights as they amble along Bayfront Park’s coastline.  A total of 46…

Filming in Miami

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,…

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Miami needs to patch up its commission mess on live TV

Miami needs to patch up its commission mess on live TV

When Miamians elected five commissioners, we presumed they aimed to do their best for the city. We still believe that. But they’re making it mighty hard for us to see…

Brittnie Bassant: Leading economic growth drive at ChamberSOUTH

Brittnie Bassant: Leading economic growth drive at ChamberSOUTH

By the time she graduated from high school, Brittnie Bassant had developed a passion for nonprofit work that roughly a decade later led to her current role as president and…

FYI Miami: January 16, 2020

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. PORT…

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

A new I-75 bus route between Miami Gardens and a Metrorail station in Medley could by April be served by seven new buses, and the Florida Department of Transportation would…

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

More speed bumps could be rolling out for food trucks wishing to operate in the City of Miami.  The city commission is to vote on first reading today (1/9) on…

Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

A zoning battle between the Village of Palmetto Bay and a developer intent on building a 200-bed hospital has devolved to several lawsuits, with a hearing scheduled for the end…

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

The healthcare industry is scrambling to head off a predicted nursing shortage that could be devasting to patient care. “Baseline forecasts show that Florida will face a shortage of registered…

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