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Front Page » 2021 » March (Page 5)

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

Almost a year after Covid-19 struck and stalled the world, United Way of Miami-Dade has launched a Pandemic Impact Survey to measure how significantly Miami-Dade County households and small business…

Historic Walgreens site to bustle with restaurants

Historic Walgreens site to bustle with restaurants

An historic and iconic building on a high-profile corner in downtown Miami is being reborn as a venue bustling with new restaurants and bars, and some office space. The city’s…

Is US great or a horror show? Depends where it’s studied

Is US great or a horror show? Depends where it’s studied

With the best of motives, legislatures sometimes try to turn classrooms into propaganda centers to burn into young brains particular political views. Thought control is on the move in Tallahassee,…

7-acre Plaza Coral Gables sprints to finish line

7-acre Plaza Coral Gables sprints to finish line

Despite hurdles and challenges presented by the pandemic, construction at The Plaza Coral Gables remains on schedule to meet its August 2022 completion goal.  Developed by Agave Holdings LLC, the…

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FYI Miami: March 11, 2021

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. HOMESTEAD…

Kionne McGhee: Commissioner seeks recognition of impact of South Dade

Kionne McGhee: Commissioner seeks recognition of impact of South Dade

For Kionne McGhee, taking office last year as the county commissioner representing his home district in South Miami-Dade was a full-circle moment. Nearly three decades ago, at age 15, he’d…

Filming in Miami: March 11, 2021

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,…

Last pair of Metrorail cars ordered in 2012 finally on track

Last pair of Metrorail cars ordered in 2012 finally on track

A more than 8½-year effort to replace Miami-Dade’s Metrorail fleet is nearly over, as the county last week accepted and is now testing the last pair of new railcars from…

Baptist Health digital overhaul hitting high gear

Baptist Health digital overhaul hitting high gear

Baptist Health South Florida’s $100 million digital overhaul continues, now with a new tech leader at the helm whose prior work for a massive media and entertainment conglomerate will inform…

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