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Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

The Village of Key Biscayne’s ongoing request for federal assistance in combating beach erosion, rising seas and other effects of climate change has taken another step forward, said Roland Simimy,…

New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

Since resuming service Aug. 16, Poseidon Ferry’s passenger count continues to climb, and operators plan to add another vessel and a new route.  “Service is going well,” said CEO Johnathan…

Florida Chamber finds health, education, IT jobs go begging

Florida Chamber finds health, education, IT jobs go begging

Florida Chamber Foundation’s new Metro Skills Report for the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area looks at today’s workforce shortages and overages from a fresh perspective to identify highly paid…

Cross-bay ferry comes back big

Cross-bay ferry comes back big

After navigating serial setbacks, from Covid-19 to bureaucratic delays, Poseidon Ferry is back in service.  The waterborne commuter service’s relaunch Monday went without a hitch, said CEO Johnathan Silvia, carrying…

Ferry linking Miami to Miami Beach to cast off this month

Ferry linking Miami to Miami Beach to cast off this month

Poseidon Ferry, Miami’s long-awaited waterborne commuter service, plans to resume hourly trips between Miami and Miami Beach on Aug. 16, and CEO Johnathan Silvia says he expects smooth sailing ahead.…

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami 125, a week-long event celebrating the city’s official 125th anniversary of incorporation, honors four notable historians, all homegrown, recipients of so many awards and other recognitions that to list…

Historic Miami Circle Park closing for an upgrade

Historic Miami Circle Park closing for an upgrade

Miami Circle Park is about to get a long-awaited sprucing up. The park, situated at the confluence of the Miami River and Biscayne Bay, will be closed beginning June 7…

Navigation district funds pivotal to save Henry Flagler worker’s home

Navigation district funds pivotal to save Henry Flagler worker’s home

The Miami River Commission has for many years been asking the City of Miami to clean up Fort Dallas Park – and, most urgently, to save Palm Cottage, a unique…

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

At a press conference on the steps of Miami Senior High School, the City of Miami announced this month the beginning of a countdown leading up to the 125th anniversary…

Major League Baseball Youth Academy for Miami strikes out again

Major League Baseball Youth Academy for Miami strikes out again

The arrival of Covid-19 shortly after the beginning of Spring Training last year further postponed the possibility of proceeding with a long-awaited permanent Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy in…

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