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Churches manage to keep funding steady during pandemic

Churches manage to keep funding steady during pandemic

Local churches are now recovering from the pandemic as people slowly return to the sanctuary rather than watching from home. Although services were in an empty sanctuary, funds stayed steady…

Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Florida’s economy is fourth-best in the nation in bouncing back from the plunge during the pandemic, but Miami-Dade’s office vacancy rates are also the highest they have been in eight…

Expo to bring thousands in travel trade to Miami International Airport

Expo to bring thousands in travel trade to Miami International Airport

A new expo aimed at positioning Miami International Airport as tourism’s cornerstone aims to bring about 2,000 global travel professionals to the airport yearly starting next May 3-5. “The World…

Tri-Rail milestone: 100 millionth rider

Tri-Rail milestone: 100 millionth rider

Tri-Rail carried its 100 millionth rider July 9, although it’s still not at full capacity from the pandemic recovery. At 92%, Tri-Rail is running from all 18 cities in Miami-Dade,…

Personalized tech teaching called education’s future

Personalized tech teaching called education’s future

New models must be created to teach using technology in our universities, three Miami-Dade university and college presidents agreed last week in a Knight Foundation Town Hall that aims to…

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

“It’s a big symbol of friendship. The statue conveys freedom and hope,” Laurent Gallissot, consul general of France in Miami, said of a 7-by-7-foot copy of the head from the…

Private schools hold enrollments steady

Private schools hold enrollments steady

“I’m incredibly excited that we finished the year strong and are beginning the year strong,” says Thomas de Quesada, executive director of enrollment and community outreach at Belen Jesuit Preparatory…

42,000 apply for largest University of Miami class ever

42,000 apply for largest University of Miami class ever

The University of Miami has a record-breaking upcoming semester with 42,000 first-year applicants for fall in the university’s largest freshmen class ever at 2,800 accepted students – and one of…

Army orders 830,000 yards of sand to restore Miami Beach

Army orders 830,000 yards of sand to restore Miami Beach

“Until we change the movement of the planets, this is going to always be a project,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber of the renourishment of the city’s beaches to…

Downtown Development Authority big on events, not development

Downtown Development Authority big on events, not development

The Downtown Development Authority say downtown Miami has been quiet too long. As the pandemic is receding, many plans are in place to see downtown become alive again. The fun,…

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