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Commuter Miami Beach ferry service set to cross the bay

Commuter Miami Beach ferry service set to cross the bay

After nearly two years of negotiations as well as setbacks related to Covid-19, Poseidon Ferry is to begin cross-bay commuter services between downtown Miami and Miami Beach on Nov. 29.…

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper, a 10-year-old organization that advocates for South Florida’s watershed and wildlife, is aggressively involved in saving Biscayne Bay, whose endangered status has been exposed in recent months by…

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Poseidon Ferry LLC, soon to offer daily waterborne commuter transportation between Miami and Miami Beach, will officially launch with an evening Music Cruise on Nov. 6, said CEO Johnathan Silva.…

Highways nightmare stalls massive American Dream Mall

Highways nightmare stalls massive American Dream Mall

Delays in the completion of freeway interchanges that will provide access to American Dream Miami, a mammoth entertainment and retail complex to rise in Northwest Miami-Dade, could push back the…

Commercial fishermen sinking as yields fall without China’s buyers

Commercial fishermen sinking as yields fall without China’s buyers

After months of shuttered restaurants and disappearing export markets, Miami’s commercial fishing industry is struggling to keep afloat. “Commercial fishing operations are an important component of Port Miami River’s marine…

Underline going over the top to celebrate its first leg

Underline going over the top to celebrate its first leg

The Underline, a linear urban park stretching under the Metrorail tracks from the Miami River to Dadeland South Station, reaches a major milestone Oct. 19 with the a pre-opening celebration…

78% in area feel mental health impacts from coronavirus

78% in area feel mental health impacts from coronavirus

More than three-quarters of South Florida residents feel that Covid-19 and related concerns such as rising unemployment and social isolation have impacted their mental health, with nearly half resorting to…

Team evaluates future of imperiled Miami-Dade recycling

Team evaluates future of imperiled Miami-Dade recycling

With time ticking down on Miami-Dade’s current recycling operation and buyers of recycled products few, the Department of Waste Management has brought Kessler Consulting on board to help analyze future…

Maritime jobs vacant as companies hunt skilled workers

Maritime jobs vacant as companies hunt skilled workers

While unemployment is rife in many industries due to the upheavals of Covid-19, maritime jobs continue to go unfilled for lack of skilled employees. In fact, said Horacio Stuart Aguirre,…

Shorthanded mental health system battles Covid-19 pressures

Shorthanded mental health system battles Covid-19 pressures

The arrival of Covid-19 has put even more pressure on South Florida’s already ailing mental health care community. As one of Florida’s coronavirus hot-spots, Miami-Dade is seeing an increase in…

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