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Homeowner Complaints About Contractors Skyrocket

Miami-Dade County officials say they will crack down on unscrupulous contractors after logging 439 homeowner complaints between April and June - a 256% increase from a year earlier.…

Road Near Dolphin Stadium Getting Facelift For Super Bowl

Visitors here for Super Bowl XLI in February will travel on a spruced-up Northwest 27th Avenue en route to Dolphin Stadium for the National Football League's annual spectacle.…

Replacement Work On Two Bridges To Start Soon

Plans to replace two Miami River bridges are progressing concurrently, with work scheduled to begin on both projects in September.…

Airline Awaiting Ok To Provide Miamimadrid Service

Discount carrier Air Madrid is awaiting US Department of Transportation approval to offer four flights each week between Miami and Madrid beginning Oct. 29.…

County Oks 250room Hotel In West Dade

Miami-Dade County commissioners unanimously approved a 250-room hotel on land at the Flagler Station development in the western part of the county.…

Developer Changes Plans For Gables Waterway Project

After conducting a series of meetings with Coral Gables officials and residents, a developer made sweeping changes to plans for a mixed-use project facing the University of Miami on US…

Brickell Leaders Uneasy About New Juvenile Center

The Florida Department of Transportation has leased property it owns on South Miami Avenue behind Tobacco Road, Miami's oldest bar, to the Department of Juvenile Justice for a building that…

Umcamillus Landswap Deal Expected In September

After securing the first round of approval from the Miami City Commission, the president of Camillus House said he expects to complete its land-swap deal with the University of Miami…

Spring County Will Not Divert Funds Earmarked For Grove Playhouse

Miami-Dade County's cultural affairs director insists the county has no plans to divert $15 million earmarked for the troubled Coconut Grove Playhouse to other projects.…

State To Name Competitors For Southcom Project Next Week

Three developers hoping to build a 709,000-square-foot US Southern Command headquarters next to the command's existing complex in Doral are to learn June 30 whether they will be invited to…

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