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New Amazon workers get beach towels and training

The Amazon fulfillment center in Opa-locka is officially open for business. Sept. 2 was the first day of operations, complete with “a morning of learning and fun activities” after new…

Motorized scooter tryout targets Brickell, Grove, downtown

Earlier this year, City of Miami officials moved quickly to boot out companies offering motorized scooters for shared use. Seemingly overnight the scooters began cropping up throughout the city, and…

Issues that stalled Ludlam Trail purchase soon to be resolved

Miami-Dade’s purchase of the Ludlam Trail from Brightline owner Florida East Coast Industries stalled due to unresolved legal easement and survey issues, according to Mayor Carlos Giménez, who was to…

Beckham soccer team for Miami announces name and crest

The Miami MLS Ownership Group on Wednesday announced the name and crest of its new team – Club Internacional de Fútbol Miami. Team owners say the name celebrates Miami, one…

38 firms look at $280 million courthouse project

Interest is high among developers in building a new civil courthouse on Flagler Street to replace the dilapidated one nearby, as representatives from 38 firms attended an Aug. 20 pre-submittal…

Plaza Coral Gables ground finally due to be broken

Construction of the Plaza Coral Gables, a large mixed-use project that spans several blocks, will begin with a groundbreaking ceremony sometime in the coming weeks, said Ramon Trias, the city’s…

Developers have timetable for auto track and club

Developers behind Drivers Club Miami, a planned luxury auto track and club in Miami Springs, have a lease and timetable to begin constructing several segments of the project encompassing 160…

Water theme park near zoo could open in 2020

The long-awaited Miami Wilds water park near Zoo Miami could open to the public as soon as late 2020, according to the project’s lead coordinator, Paul Lambert, managing principal at…

Bay of Pigs Memorial Park in line for upgrade

The Bay of Pigs Memorial Park in Miami’s Flagami neighborhood is in line for many improvements and some new equipment. The small triangular park, also known as Flagler Terrace Mini…

Businesses could see double-digit cut in workers’ compensation insurance

With the effects of two closely watched legal decisions still playing out, Florida businesses could see a double-digit reduction in workers’ compensation insurance rates in 2019. The National Council on…

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