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Gloria Estefan’s Facebook Watch series targets county film grant

Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk Productions Inc. is heading to Miami with a new franchise second series featuring the Estefans and is seeking a $50,000 grant from the county’s film incentive program. The round table talk show-based…

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Palmetto Bay’s negotiations over a project that, if approved, will transform the village’s downtown into a modern city center will probably begin this month and include a new task force…

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

The Coral Gables City Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to appeal a recent Third District Court of Appeal decision slapping down the city’s ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastics in retail…

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations…

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

As a six-month pilot program that saw the return of electric scooters to part of the City of Miami nears its end, the CEO of the Miami Parking Authority gave…

Miami to probe claims of growing Miami River lawlessness

Miami to probe claims of growing Miami River lawlessness

The Miami City Commission and City Manager Emilio González have agreed to look into what residents and business owners say is increasing lawlessness on the Miami River. “We need 24/7…

Mayor Giménez seeks sweeping county facilities upgrade

Mayor Giménez seeks sweeping county facilities upgrade

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez hopes to leave behind one more legacy when he exits after his final term next year: the Countywide Infrastructure Investment Program (CIIP), a 20-year, $1.8 billion…

Army trims PortMiami dredging plans

Army trims PortMiami dredging plans

The US Army Corps of Engineers’ next round of dredging at PortMiami now has a tighter focus, as survey results of existing conditions and current needs at the port found…

Miami-Dade County, transit union divisions deepen

Miami-Dade County, transit union divisions deepen

To say that Miami-Dade County’s relationship with union members who staff its transportation department is strained would be an understatement. According to a fiery letter Transport Workers Union Local 291…

Miami looks at creating another Dinner Key mooring field

Miami looks at creating another Dinner Key mooring field

As the City of Miami moves ahead on long-awaited repairs and improvements at the city’s Dinner Key Marina, another contractor is poised to be hired to build an adjacent mooring…

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