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Influencers leading the charge in Miami’s tech boom

Influencers leading the charge in Miami’s tech boom

Miami’s tech boom is real, and as cutting-edge companies flee Silicon Valley, New York and other areas to join start-ups and investors here that are turning the “Magic City” into…

Daniella Levine Cava: Mayor targets change in resilience, workforce development

Daniella Levine Cava: Mayor targets change in resilience, workforce development

Before Daniella Levine Cava became Miami-Dade’s first woman mayor – before she won a seat on the county commission, her first elected public office, more than six years ago –…

High-speed race covets MDX expressways’ tolling take

High-speed race covets MDX expressways’ tolling take

With a state lawsuit imminent, Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday rushed to fill five board seats of MDX, the county tollway agency whose life has hung in legal limbo for nearly two…

Electric fire truck from Austria may serve us for $1.3 million

Electric fire truck from Austria may serve us for $1.3 million

Miami-Dade may soon buy its first electric fire truck. A resolution by Jose “Pepe” Diaz now moving through the Miami-Dade Commission would, if approved, direct Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s administration…

Alberto Ibargüen: Expands his innovative direction of the Knight Foundation

Alberto Ibargüen: Expands his innovative direction of the Knight Foundation

Alberto Ibargüen was in college when he saw experimental composer John Cage perform. It was 1965, and in an old New England brownstone chapel the musician had arranged metal sheets…

Doral seeks to take over business-rich county lands

Doral seeks to take over business-rich county lands

Doral wants to absorb two square miles on its southwestern corner that contain big-name commercial and industrial tenants. Miami-Dade is now reviewing the annexation request. If the county approves Doral’s…

Miami-Dade fights to oust new state expressway agency

Miami-Dade fights to oust new state expressway agency

Nearly two years into a lawsuit over Florida’s replacement of tollway authority MDX, Miami-Dade struck back legislatively Tuesday, invoking the county’s home rule rights and “abolishing” the state-created Greater Miami…

Army hauls 3 billion pounds of sand to Miami-Dade beaches

Army hauls 3 billion pounds of sand to Miami-Dade beaches

The Army Corps of Engineers this year plans to haul from upland mines nearly 1.3 million cubic yards of sand – 3 billion pounds’ worth – to re-sand beachfronts on…

Miami International Airport gives 63 tenants another break

Miami International Airport gives 63 tenants another break

A year-old program forgiving rent and other payments by shops, restaurants, luggage wrappers and car rental companies at Miami International Airport (MIA) will continue past mid-2021 as business remains far…

Dr. Rudolph Moise: A versatile president of Dade County Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph Moise: A versatile president of Dade County Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph “Rudy” Moise’s passion for learning may only be rivaled by a love of service. As a 17-year-old Haitian immigrant, he had to learn quickly to graduate from high…

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