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Tourism roars back but still faces major obstacles

Tourism roars back but still faces major obstacles

As vaccines make their way across the country, Miami tourism is growing. But although crowds of spring breakers flocked to the county’s beaches in March, local experts say obstacles still…

Community turns out aiming to sink Virginia Key boat ramp plan

Community turns out aiming to sink Virginia Key boat ramp plan

Community members turned out in force to oppose a million-dollar proposal for a boat ramp and parking for trailers on Virginia Key. Nearly 20 of them addressed the Virginia Key…

Miami-Dade litigation against ‘forever chemical’ makers rolls on

Miami-Dade litigation against ‘forever chemical’ makers rolls on

Miami-Dade’s case in a multi-district litigation against the makers of so-called “forever chemicals” that are toxic to humans and the environment is moving ahead, but it’s still some ways off…

Contract could make convention bureau more Beach-centric

Contract could make convention bureau more Beach-centric

Miami Beach, which has worked with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau through various contracts since the bureau’s 1984 founding, is looking to negotiate a new deal that requires…

County OKs almost $3 million in sports hub incentives

County OKs almost $3 million in sports hub incentives

An undisclosed company is to get $2.94 million in county incentives to build a sports complex in Miami-Dade’s northwest corner. The county’s business and tourism arms backed the request, which…

Smile: city hands out clear masks to communicate better

Smile: city hands out clear masks to communicate better

The City of Coral Gables is providing area businesses with clear masks to help staff better communicate with people who are hard of hearing, deaf or simply lost in communication. …

With augmented reality, it will really be Miracle Mile

With augmented reality, it will really be Miracle Mile

The Coral Gables Business Improvement District’s latest effort will combine technology and education in an effort to excite guests downtown. Starting May 1 and extending into summer, according to Executive…

County’s drive for expressways control gets a state go-slow warning

County’s drive for expressways control gets a state go-slow warning

The fight for control of five Miami-Dade expressways could take a new turn Tuesday, when commissioners decide whether to invoke the county’s home rule powers to “abolish” a state-created replacement…

Interest wanes in developing Palmetto Bay’s core

Interest wanes in developing Palmetto Bay’s core

Palmetto Bay has seen little to no additional interest from private builders seeking to redevelop its downtown area, the subject of contention among residents and current and former village officials…

Miami voters to decide who gets final say on police, fire chiefs

Miami voters to decide who gets final say on police, fire chiefs

Miami City Commissioners will be asking voters if they approve a charter amendment that would bring more transparency to the process of selecting police and fire chiefs. If accepted by…

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