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Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

Celebrities welcome Miami International Airport arrivals

The voices of some of Miami’s most recognizable personalities are greeting visitors and passengers at Miami International Airport (MIA) as part of a new campaign to make the air hub…

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations…

Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

For Kathryn Mikesell and her husband, Dan, the Fountainhead Residency and Studios began as ways for the arts enthusiasts to give back to the Miami arts community in a unique,…

After years of study, premium Flagler transit a decade away

After years of study, premium Flagler transit a decade away

Three years after state transportation personnel began studying the project, premium transit on Flagler Street connecting downtown Miami to West Miami-Dade remains nearly a decade off. A Florida Department of…

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

PortMiami, the world’s busiest cruise port in passengers by industry figures, is on course to maintain that distinction for the foreseeable future. Throughputs at the port in 2018 rose 4.7%…

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

In a move that will save nearly eight cents per dollar owed, Miami-Dade commissioners have authorized issuance up to $400 million in aviation revenue refunding bonds to repay bonds sold…

Ed Marquez: Keeps county finances in line as budget nears $9 billion

Ed Marquez: Keeps county finances in line as budget nears $9 billion

Miami-Dade Deputy Mayor Ed Marquez has seen a lot over the last 40 years, more than three decades of which he’s spent serving the county on and off. As financial…

Paving way for signature bridge, I-95, I-395, SR 836 revamp

Paving way for signature bridge, I-95, I-395, SR 836 revamp

As the Florida Department of Transportation’s massive design-build project encompassing three major Miami-Dade County roadways progresses, its effects will undoubtedly grow more noticeable. But spokesperson Oscar Gonzalez says everything possible…

Metrorail safety corrections haven’t left the station

Metrorail safety corrections haven’t left the station

It’s been 50 days since Miami-Dade Transportation officials received a report detailing alarming safety issues with Metrorail – and 20 days past when that report’s authors said the county should…

Mike Allen: New president weighs Barry University growth trajectory

Mike Allen: New president weighs Barry University growth trajectory

On Friday, Mike Allen celebrated one month as Barry University’s seventh president, a role and responsibility he treats with patient optimism and deep respect. As the first man and layperson…

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