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Front Page » 2021 » March (Page 6)

At-home Covid-19 test recommendation months late

At-home Covid-19 test recommendation months late

Despite having a “difficult” time talking with the maker of an at-home Covid-19 test kit being considered for residents, Miami-Dade staff hope this week to have enough information to advise…

Global digital payment firm ACI Worldwide Corp. moving to Miami-Dade

Global digital payment firm ACI Worldwide Corp. moving to Miami-Dade

A global digital payment firm currently headquartered in Collier County will get more than $360,000 in state and local incentives to move to Miami-Dade, with vows to spend millions on…

More FPL solar ‘trees’ in parks producing energy

More FPL solar ‘trees’ in parks producing energy

Four new solar trees and canopies have been unveiled this year in Miami-Dade and Broward as part of Florida Power & Light’s SolarNow program. These canopies and trees, the company’s…

Settlement with Magic City Casino would ban gambling elsewhere in city

Settlement with Magic City Casino would ban gambling elsewhere in city

After hearing parties are nearing a settlement on a jai-alai and poker establishment in the Edgewater neighborhood, Miami city commissioners decided last week to defer a previously scheduled meeting that…

82-acre Doral Central Park begins development

82-acre Doral Central Park begins development

Construction to build-out Doral Central Park has officially begun after city officials broke ground Monday, closing the park to the public until further notice. With phases two and three scheduled…

Revoke the death sentence for statewide tourism marketing

Revoke the death sentence for statewide tourism marketing

Last year Florida visitors fell 34% as Covid-19 battered tourism starting in March. This year, tourism will struggle all 12 months in the shadow of the coronavirus. The Legislature needs…

FYI Miami: March 4, 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. UNIQUE…

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Morris Copeland: Miami-Dade’s inaugural chief community services officer

Morris Copeland: Miami-Dade’s inaugural chief community services officer

For Morris Copeland, chief community services officer for Miami-Dade, the goal was always to serve his hometown. He grew up in Liberty City and was a young teen when riots…

Filming in Miami: March 4, 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,…

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