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Miami River Commission asks city to sink development plan

Miami River Commission asks city to sink development plan

The Miami River Commission voted unanimously Monday to recommend that the City of Miami not approve 555 River, a proposed 12-story hotel and office complex at 517-663…

Government

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…

Business & Finance

Flight training center plans major investment

Flight training center plans major investment

An undisclosed flight training center already operating in Miami-Dade County plans to lease 83,000 square feet in Sweetwater and add ten flight simulators at a total cost…

Communities

Lincoln Road blanketed with 500 native orchids

Lincoln Road blanketed with 500 native orchids

Walking on Miami Beach this summer can be even more mesmerizing than usual. Since Tuesday morning a block of Lincoln Road has been blanketed with 500 native…

Arts & Culture

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

As officials with the Miami Parking Authority ponder another potentially long delay in the plan to redevelop the Coconut Grove Playhouse property and build a companion municipal…

Education

Starting pay boost fortifies spotty teacher recruitment

Starting pay boost fortifies spotty teacher recruitment

Recruiters at Miami-Dade County Public Schools say the hiring season for new teachers looks promising with a boost to starting salaries. Miami-Dade County Public Schools averages 20,000…

Healthcare

After legal war, Jackson Health’s Doral hospital to be done in 2020

After legal war, Jackson Health’s Doral hospital to be done in 2020

With a major change in state law on hospitals this month, Jackson Health System is moving forward with its plans to open José Milton Memorial Hospital at…

Transportation

Pedestrian gates next answer to Brickell Bridge gridlock

Pedestrian gates next answer to Brickell Bridge gridlock

It will probably take until the end of next year, but gates are on the horizon that will prevent pedestrians from crossing the Brickell Avenue Bridge while…

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