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Miami may have a lock to host FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is coming to North America in summer 2026, and Miami-Dade is vying for a roughly 16/17 chance to be a host city and, potentially, the media center for the whole event.  According…

Miami asks redevelopment agency to pay for Ferre Park

Miami asks redevelopment agency to pay for Ferre Park

Miami city commissioners say it’s long past due for the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to pay to improve Maurice A. Ferre Park. Currently, the Omni CRA owes about $6…

Coral Gables seeks clean water pearl in native oysters

Coral Gables seeks clean water pearl in native oysters

A proposed project to increase the population of native oysters, leading to cleaner waterways in Coral Gables, won support during Tuesday’s city’s commission meeting.  Sponsored by Vice Mayor Vince Lago,…

Miami below average in income, education, census study shows

Miami below average in income, education, census study shows

Miami’s differences from most other areas of the United States show up in more than palm trees, broad beaches and global recognition: the differences become abundantly clear in economic and…

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

The City of Doral has transformed public parks and places into art exhibits with more than a dozen of artist Manolo Valdés’s larger-than-life sculptures. In partnership with the Doral Contemporary…

Overtown covets status as food and entertainment district

Overtown covets status as food and entertainment district

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency’s vision to position Overtown as a food and entertainment district and reclaim the neighborhood’s historic culture is closer to realization. After being honored…

Miami-Dade County historic population boom hits a wall

Miami-Dade County historic population boom hits a wall

Miami-Dade’s long-term trend of booming population growth has slowed to a crawl, barely expanding year to year, data released last week by the US Census Bureau shows. In the year…

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

Coconut Grove BID pays restaurants to feed the needy

The Coconut Grove Business Improvement District has relaunched its Grove Stove program to help offset the financial burden endured by restaurants, feed those in need and fuel the neighborhood’s economic…

Miami International Airport costly baggage system at 5% capacity now

Miami International Airport costly baggage system at 5% capacity now

Four years after Miami-Dade lawmakers committed $185 million to overhaul Miami International Airport’s (MIA) baggage-handling system and two years since they agreed to add another $46 million to the project,…

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

Bayside observation wheel gives thousands bird’s-eye views

For a little over two weeks, Bayside Marketplace’s observation wheel has been open to the public and offering views of the downtown Miami skyline, with crowds rising into the thousands…

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