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Doral population rises 6.3% in year

Doral population rises 6.3% in year

Doral has been a culturally diverse city being represented by many nationalities, with a recent influx of people moving from other regions in the US. People coming from Argentina, Brazil…

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

With safety as the priority for all residents and visitors, the City of Doral continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, working closely with the business community to help them…

New book tells the story of the “Other Mother” of Miami

New book tells the story of the “Other Mother” of Miami

Often overlooked as being a founder of Miami, Cesar A. Becerra’s new book “Orange Blossom 2.0” tells the untold story of Miami’s “other mother” Mary Brickell, giving her the recognition…

Miami Dade College cuts pandemic enrollment drop in half

Miami Dade College cuts pandemic enrollment drop in half

Miami Dade College continues to see an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 6% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% last fall. The college was standing…

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

The City of Miami is getting ready to celebrate its 125th Birthday with a weeklong of special events and programming. Starting July 26, the City of Miami 125th Anniversary will…

US kicks in more for 75 Miami-Dade electric buses

US kicks in more for 75 Miami-Dade electric buses

The Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works is set to be awarded $4.75 million by the US Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration in continuing efforts to purchase…

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

With an increase of patient loads and long hours being contributing factors to mental and physical health issues among healthcare workers, Baptist Health South Florida has launched a new initiative…

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

A Coral Gables ordinance to allow outdoor live amplified music on private ground level for private establishments in the Central Business District has gotten a preliminary go-ahead.  During Tuesday’s city…

Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

After the success of Illuminate Coral Gables 2021, the public art initiative is planning to come even bigger for 2022. Illuminate Coral Gables 2022 will make its grand return on…

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

While negotiating and trying to get a competitive edge on an already tight real estate market, realtors are equipping buyers with aggressive techniques to secure that home. With the current…

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