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Despite relief plan, bankers worry about small business health

As many businesses find themselves in limbo, struggling with no economic activity and trying to find a way to pay their rent or mortgage and their employees, businesses’ uncertainty is…

New Miami Foundation fund to help keep nonprofits serving

It seems every passing day of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic brings new challenges that impact all aspects of our lives and our communities. Nonprofit organizations are often the backbone of…

Before coronavirus hit, residential sales rose 7.1%

Miami-Dade County total home sales in February rose 7.1% year-over-year. Existing condo transactions were up 4.7% while single-family home sales gained 9.8%, according to the Miami Association of Realtors. But…

Short-term rental sites may still pay Miami-Dade tourist tax

A court ruling last week may have freed short-term vacation rental platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway from having to pay local tourism development taxes, but they’d do well to continue…

40 neighbors suing US over Ludlam Trail land

Two more Miami plaintiffs are suing for federal compensation for land taken for the Ludlam Trail, a multimillion-dollar linear park project years in the making but still stalled at the…

Floral industry wilts, Miami’s global trade bedridden

In the middle of night in a pocket of warehouses near the airport, there’s a lot less happening right now. That’s because the Covid-19 pandemic has upended the floral industry,…

Jungle Island swings over to giving virtual lessons for kids

Jungle Island is introducing something new and free for homebound kids with its fun educational virtual online lessons. The eco-adventure park will have children ages 5 to 12 busy learning…

Parking restrictions loosened, free pickup parking set up

Across Miami-Dade, parking restrictions are being loosened and parking spots are being repurposed during the coronavirus pandemic. The Miami Parking Authority, which manages parking in the City of Miami, has…

Dining gets a one-stop-shop delivery option for the housebound

Facing potential collapse of coronavirus-battered restaurants, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has responded with a digital one-stop-shop for diners ordering out. It’s named Miami Eats. The central directory…

140 more CNG buses one vote from delivery to Miami-Dade

Work to replace Miami-Dade’s Metrobus fleet is edging closer to completion, as another purchase of compressed natural gas (CNG) buses is one vote from approval. County lawmakers this month voted…

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