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Front Page » 2020 » April (Page 3)

Stephen Nimer: Leads Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to key title

Stephen Nimer: Leads Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to key title

When Dr. Stephen Nimer first took over as director of the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in May 2012, he told Miami Today that although the center was…

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FYI Miami: April 23, 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. HOSPITAL…

We can’t have economic recovery without visitor recovery

We can’t have economic recovery without visitor recovery

In January, as some Florida legislators maneuvered to stop state spending to lure visitors on the theory that people would come to Florida no matter what, we suggested that rather…

Pet therapy team sticks doggedly to nursing home – via Skype

Pet therapy team sticks doggedly to nursing home – via Skype

  Volunteers with the Humane Society of Greater Miami’s Pet Therapy Team didn’t let the self-quarantine in place stop them from bringing much-needed therapy sessions to a local elderly nursing…

Miami bankers work to pull out of economic slide, plan ahead

Miami bankers work to pull out of economic slide, plan ahead

  The effects of Covid-19 have reached far and deep, spanning the globe and impacting individuals and businesses, governments and organizations of all types and sizes. But while the hurt…

Processing small business loan program should get smoother

Processing small business loan program should get smoother

  While the distribution of government aid to small businesses has been cumbersome in Florida, the process should be running more smoothly in the coming days, said the top executive…

Miami-Dade Transit ridership falls 80%

Miami-Dade Transit ridership falls 80%

  Miami-Dade Transit ridership has fallen 80% below normal due to business closure mandates, social distancing and other Covid-19 prevention measures, county Transportation and Public Works (TPW) Director Alice Bravo…

Black Affairs Advisory Board battles shutdown impact

Black Affairs Advisory Board battles shutdown impact

  The Miami-Dade County Black Affairs Advisory Board has revived its “I Support B.O.B.” Cash Mob Takeout campaign. After being in hiatus for a few years, the black-owned businesses support…

Handling flood of federal stimulus checks won’t tax bankers

Handling flood of federal stimulus checks won’t tax bankers

  General uncertainty remains about when individual stimulus checks of up to $1,200 will arrive, but Miami-Dade residents shouldn’t worry about whether banks here can handle the influx of deposits,…

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