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Plaza Coral Gables to top off two buildings

Plaza Coral Gables to top off two buildings

Two of the four vertical midrise buildings at the Plaza Coral Gables mixed-use development just south of Miracle Mile will top off this month, the developer said…

Government

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…

Business & Finance

Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Miami-Dade influential business and education minds met Tuesday to discuss the county’s next generation of talent. All agreed adaption is key to staying competitive and retaining a…

Communities

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg Miami – a water sports organization serving youth and adults with disabilities, including veterans – will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year, an occasion that also…

Arts & Culture

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

Shalala talks of role in Grove Playhouse restoration

At a Coconut Grove town hall meeting, Miami Commissioner Ken Russell and US Rep. Donna Shalala made slight mention of the now-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse, though the…

Education

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Miami-Dade Public Schools enrollment falling

Enrollment in Miami Dade Public Schools has slightly but steadily declined for the past five years, from 355,666 in 2015 to 347,108 this year. These counts are…

Healthcare

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

A nationwide shortage of psychiatrists is among key factors making it difficult for South Florida’s mentally impaired residents to find care in their own communities. “Locally we…

Transportation

Florida roads smoother, sturdier but deadlier

Florida roads smoother, sturdier but deadlier

Florida’s roadways and bridges are among the smoothest and sturdiest in the nation, but the state’s thoroughfares are also some of the deadliest, costliest and most crowded,…

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