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Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Florida’s economy is fourth-best in the nation in bouncing back from the plunge during the pandemic, but Miami-Dade’s office vacancy rates are also the highest they have…

Government

Work may finally restore Irma-battered Dinner Key Marina

Work may finally restore Irma-battered Dinner Key Marina

It’s been nearly four years since Hurricane Irma ravaged Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove, walloping the state’s largest municipal marina. A final round of repairs is…

Business & Finance

Task force probes county cryptocurrency use

Task force probes county cryptocurrency use

The Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force, created in April, now has seven of its planned members appointed after commissioners accepted a report detailing their credentials last week. They…

Communities

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,…

Arts & Culture

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami 125, a week-long event celebrating the city’s official 125th anniversary of incorporation, honors four notable historians, all homegrown, recipients of so many awards and other recognitions…

Education

Private schools hold enrollments steady

Private schools hold enrollments steady

“I’m incredibly excited that we finished the year strong and are beginning the year strong,” says Thomas de Quesada, executive director of enrollment and community outreach at…

Healthcare

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

A projected physician shortage still looms over the US even as medical school acceptance rates hover in the single digits, but the magnitude of the shortage anticipated…

Transportation

Tri-Rail milestone: 100 millionth rider

Tri-Rail milestone: 100 millionth rider

Tri-Rail carried its 100 millionth rider July 9, although it’s still not at full capacity from the pandemic recovery. At 92%, Tri-Rail is running from all 18…

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