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Designer-crafted floral-centric murals are headed to Miracle Mile

Designer-crafted floral-centric murals are headed to Miracle Mile

Contracts and planning details are being finalized for the installation of four art murals along Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. The fall economic development programming, which is aiming to debut…

Air Force offers county new airport site at Homestead

Air Force offers county new airport site at Homestead

Miami-Dade is working on multiple deals to build out its general aviation airports and is “closer than ever” to an agreement for a new one at Homestead Air Reserve Base,…

Perry Ellis targets new trends in sales abroad and loungewear

Perry Ellis targets new trends in sales abroad and loungewear

Roughly three years after buying back control of Perry Ellis International and taking the company private, founder George Feldenkreis is focused on new trends, recovering from the pandemic and international…

Faulty Metrorail sound barriers finally near replacement

Faulty Metrorail sound barriers finally near replacement

Two years after parts of a Metrorail sound-buffering barrier failed and caused system-wide delays, Miami-Dade is close to hiring a company to replace it. The first of two projects that…

50% of Miami International Airport passengers likely to return in 2020

50% of Miami International Airport passengers likely to return in 2020

In April, amid coronavirus-driven shutdowns, passenger movements at Miami International Airport (MIA) plummeted. Four months later, as international travel strictures loosen, they’ve begun to rebound. But there’ still a long…

United Way reopens applications for pandemic funds

United Way reopens applications for pandemic funds

After temporarily pausing application submissions for a $20 million pandemic assistance program more than a month ago, United Way of Miami-Dade says it is set to complete reviewing this week…

Miami Marine Stadium renovation contract nears

Miami Marine Stadium renovation contract nears

The long-awaited restoration of Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key is one major step closer to reality, according to the city’s Office of Capital Improvements. City staff delivered a status…

County set to corner South Dade transit

County set to corner South Dade transit

As construction for “Gold Standard” bus rapid transit on the South Dade Transitway gears up, Miami-Dade aims to clinch the use of 850 parking spaces on the line’s penultimate stop.…

County needs to take ownership and leadership in recovery

County needs to take ownership and leadership in recovery

When Hurricane Andrew slammed Miami-Dade, business took the lead, formed a task force and began economic recovery instantly. When Covid-19 hammered us, county commissioners, not business, created the recovery team…

Al Salas: Pizza Hut mogul is serving Miami Dade College Foundation

Al Salas: Pizza Hut mogul is serving Miami Dade College Foundation

It wasn’t that Al Salas didn’t have options after high school, but few related to college. “I barely graduated from high school,” he said. “I was a bit of a…

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