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With Covid-19, medical specialists’ practices changed

With Covid-19, medical specialists’ practices changed

At the UM-NSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, the hands-on experiences the therapists typically have with children, described as knee-to-knee because of how physically close the practitioners are to…

Processing small business loan program should get smoother

Processing small business loan program should get smoother

  While the distribution of government aid to small businesses has been cumbersome in Florida, the process should be running more smoothly in the coming days, said the top executive…

Kareem Tabsch: Documentary filmmaker co-directing Beach’s O Cinema

Kareem Tabsch: Documentary filmmaker co-directing Beach’s O Cinema

Kareem Tabsch says his work days teeter-totter between his two occupations.  He spends part of his work day helping run O Cinema, an independent cinema that’s been bringing unique, indie…

Pilot program for e-cargo bicycles wheels toward Miami

Pilot program for e-cargo bicycles wheels toward Miami

  Electric cargo bicycles have been touted as an alternative to traditional delivery that’ll mitigate traffic and curb carbon emissions. With that in mind, they could soon be rolling into…

Miami looks at trolley reorganization after coronavirus siege lifts

Miami looks at trolley reorganization after coronavirus siege lifts

  The reworking of the countywide transportation network is in its third phase, and the City of Miami administration has weighed in on the proposed realignment of its trolley system,…

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

  The City of Miami held a virtual emergency special meeting last week, with elected officials discussing the city’s efforts to grapple with the novel coronavirus. As they deliberated over…

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

Elected last year, Commissioner David Richardson comes to Miami Beach an established legislator. He served in the Florida House, representing residents of Miami Beach, North Bay Village and parts of…

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

As services are disrupted by Covid-19, Miami-Dade and its cities adjusted operations. The county and City of Miami canceled remaining March legislative meetings. Miami Beach canceled its finance meeting and…

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Legislation that would add additional food trucks regulations in the City of Miami has stalled, as the discussion among commissioners centered on the ways food trucks operate in the city…

Challenge to Melreese lease enters appeals court

Challenge to Melreese lease enters appeals court

An advocate for green space continues to battle the legality of a referendum that cleared the way for the City of Miami to waive bidding for the development of the…

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