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Miami’s waterfront parks reimagined

Two of the City of Miami’s newest and most popular parks would have been unrecognizable even 20 years ago. Maurice A. Ferré Park, downtown Miami’s direct connection with Biscayne Bay, and Regatta Park, bringing a lushly transformed…

Churches manage to keep funding steady during pandemic

Churches manage to keep funding steady during pandemic

Local churches are now recovering from the pandemic as people slowly return to the sanctuary rather than watching from home. Although services were in an empty sanctuary, funds stayed steady…

Voters to rule on Virginia Key marina lease without bids

Voters to rule on Virginia Key marina lease without bids

Miami City Commissioners have asked the legal department to prepare wording for a ballot question that would ask voters if the long-time tenant for Virginia Key should have its lease…

Miami Dade College cuts pandemic enrollment drop in half

Miami Dade College cuts pandemic enrollment drop in half

Miami Dade College continues to see an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 6% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% last fall. The college was standing…

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

The City of Miami is getting ready to celebrate its 125th Birthday with a weeklong of special events and programming. Starting July 26, the City of Miami 125th Anniversary will…

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce creates political unit

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce creates political unit

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, which long resisted calls by some members to take positions on political issues and election races, this week announced the launching of a nonpartisan…

Miami Beach drives to be more bicycle friendly

Miami Beach drives to be more bicycle friendly

Miami Beach officials are looking to continue progress toward becoming a more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly city by closing gaps in their riding networks and looking at future pilot and legislative…

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

A Coral Gables ordinance to allow outdoor live amplified music on private ground level for private establishments in the Central Business District has gotten a preliminary go-ahead.  During Tuesday’s city…

Miami-Dade looks to a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade looks to a Center for Genetics of the Americas

While Miami-Dade is already working to attract genetics-focused organizations and businesses, more can still be done, including the possible creation of a Center for Genetics of the Americas, Mayor Daniella…

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…

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