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With final pacts delayed, MIA airlines get interim use agreements

County commissioners Tuesday authorized the Aviation Department to issue interim airline use agreements until a successor airline use agreement is approved. The current one expires April 30. Deputy Mayor Jack…

69 design ideas geared to build Miami-Dade County health

Miami-Dade commissioners on Tuesday accepted 69 community design strategies geared to promote a healthier county. Called active design, the premise is that buildings, streets and neighborhoods influence day-to-day behavior and…

Environmental cleanup starting on Miami park

Work was to begin today at the City of Miami’s Curtis Park for environmental remediation and improvements. The park is at 1901 NW 24th Ave., just north of the Miami…

Executives of 40-plus Midwest fairs visit Youth Fair

Executives from more than 40 fairs and expositions, all members of the Mid-West Fairs Association, will converge April 6-8 in Miami for the association’s annual spring meeting scheduled around the 2017 Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition…

University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial

University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine will soon begin one of the nation’s first full-scale Zika vaccine clinical trials testing the National Institutes of Health’s experimental DNA-based vaccine.…

Spanish firm moving US headquarters to Gables

Spain-based Cosentino Group, which produces and distributes surfaces for architecture and design, said Friday that it is moving its American headquarters from Houston to Coral Gables this summer, bringing in…

Storage facilities get separation orders

Working to avoid a grouping of massive, windowless self storage buildings, the Miami City Commission has given final approval to a zoning ordinance setting distance requirements for public storage facilities.…

Miami picked for Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative

Miami has been selected as one of 10 cities to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities initiative – one of the largest efforts to enhance the use of data…

As economy gains, more Miami Dade College students go part-time

Miami Dade College’s most recent fall semester’s student profile varied only slightly from the previous year’s profile, the school reported, with an improving economy leading to a minor increase in…

Funding to brand South Dade awaits legislative move

State legislation to fund a marketing campaign to brand the southern part of Miami-Dade County as a dynamic, diverse and attractive place to live, work, play and visit is sitting…

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