Archives

Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Linkedin
Front Page » Entries posted by Gabriel Poblete
Stories written by Gabriel Poblete

Tri-county transit pass may take field for Super Bowl

Tri-county transit pass may take field for Super Bowl

At least some sort of transit pass seems to be coming in time for the Super Bowl. In an email statement, Alice Bravo, director of the Miami-Dade County Department of…

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

LED lights illuminate coastline for Super Bowl

The million guests expected to flood into Downtown for the Super Bowl will be treated with hot pinks lights as they amble along Bayfront Park’s coastline.  A total of 46…

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

More speed bumps could be rolling out for food trucks wishing to operate in the City of Miami.  The city commission is to vote on first reading today (1/9) on…

Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

A zoning battle between the Village of Palmetto Bay and a developer intent on building a 200-bed hospital has devolved to several lawsuits, with a hearing scheduled for the end…

Miami’s electric scooter rentals balloon from 300 to more than 3,000

Miami’s electric scooter rentals balloon from 300 to more than 3,000

The City of Miami’s electric scooter rental experiment kicked off last April with six companies and fleets of 50 scooters apiece. Since then, three more companies have joined the pilot…

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

After coming to an agreement with the Miami Parking Authority, an electric moped sharing company has unleashed its fleet to the Miami streets and is slated to bring more than…

Melreese golf course deal for major development targeted for May

Melreese golf course deal for major development targeted for May

After debate over a Melreese golf course deal still being negotiated boiled over in November, Miami commissioners have let talks simmer, awaiting a May update from lawyers. Attorneys retained for…

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

A new Morningside Park swimming pool seems all but certain to be built away from its historic but long-closed waterfront site. But new features could be coming to mitigate the…

Miami dips toe into monitoring Biscayne Bay water quality

Miami dips toe into monitoring Biscayne Bay water quality

Who’s looking out for Biscayne Bay? The City of Miami wants in on the monitoring. City commissioners approved a resolution for the city administration to work out a deal with…

Ivan Barrios: Expanding offerings of the World Trade Center Miami

Ivan Barrios: Expanding offerings of the World Trade Center Miami

Ivan Barrios is days away from taking the helm of Miami’s oldest trade organization. He’ll begin 2020 as the new president of the World Trade Center Miami, which has been…

Page 1 of 41234
Advertisement