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Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

Palmetto Bay hospital zoning battle in court

A zoning battle between the Village of Palmetto Bay and a developer intent on building a 200-bed hospital has devolved to several lawsuits, with a hearing scheduled…

Government

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

More speed bumps could be rolling out for food trucks wishing to operate in the City of Miami.  The city commission is to vote on first reading…

Business & Finance

$76 million opens door for Gateway at Wynwood

$76 million opens door for Gateway at Wynwood

On a corner where Midtown Miami meets the Wynwood Arts District, a family-owned realty group based in New York has secured a $76 million construction loan to…

Communities

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

A new Morningside Park swimming pool seems all but certain to be built away from its historic but long-closed waterfront site. But new features could be coming…

Arts & Culture

Jorge M. Perez foundation grants fund 10 Miami causes

Jorge M. Perez foundation grants fund 10 Miami causes

The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation at The Miami Foundation is making $600,000 in grants to benefit nonprofit groups that promote equitable education, address growing concerns of…

Education

Trolley tie to Florida International University derailed

Trolley tie to Florida International University derailed

A proposed trolley route serving unincorporated Miami-Dade between the City of Miami’s westernmost neighborhood and FIU hit a legislative snag last week when lawmakers in a county…

Healthcare

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

The healthcare industry is scrambling to head off a predicted nursing shortage that could be devasting to patient care. “Baseline forecasts show that Florida will face a…

Transportation

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

A new I-75 bus route between Miami Gardens and a Metrorail station in Medley could by April be served by seven new buses, and the Florida Department…

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