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Mexican owner of 32 aquatic parks wins Miami Seaquarium lease

County commissioners on Tuesday authorized assignment of the lease to operate and maintain the Miami Seaquarium on Virginia Key, a major county tourist attraction, from Festival Fun Parks LLC, a Delaware company, to MS Leisure Company…

Miami International Airport ready for global visitor bonanza

Miami International Airport ready for global visitor bonanza

With the return of international travel for vaccinated non-US citizens nationwide, Miami International Airport expects a spike in overall passengers following a steady increase in air traffic since the lowest…

Only two bid to repair shuttered Dade County Courthouse

Only two bid to repair shuttered Dade County Courthouse

After a dozen companies came to an August pre-bid and site visit in the Dade County Courthouse basement, only two local companies bid to repair crumbling columns in the now-closed…

New Miami Worldcenter occupants set to open in 2022

New Miami Worldcenter occupants set to open in 2022

The Miami Worldcenter continues to fill space with retailers and merchants, with three new tenants set to open in early 2022. The $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development at 1010 NE…

Florida Memorial University battles through probation

Florida Memorial University battles through probation

Despite recent hurdles and challenges, Florida Memorial University (FMU) is pushing forward with promising educational programs, student life activities and a positive outlook for the future.  Founded in 1879 and…

Miami-Dade teacher vacancies dip but recruiting goes on

Miami-Dade teacher vacancies dip but recruiting goes on

Miami-Dade Public Schools has a slight decrease in the gap of teacher vacancies as the school year begins. The Human Resources Department lists 18,000 teachers employed and 241 openings for…

Miami commissioners push to ban use of scooters

Miami commissioners push to ban use of scooters

The scooter program in the City of Miami may be running on empty when it comes to continued support from elected leaders. Proposed legislation to make the current pilot scooter…

Planners to punch ticket for Kendall Bus Rapid Transit

Planners to punch ticket for Kendall Bus Rapid Transit

A formal endorsement of Bus Rapid Transit instead of rail to bring fast transportation to the high-density Kendall Corridor is up for approval today (9/30) by Miami-Dade County’s Transportation Planning…

New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

Since resuming service Aug. 16, Poseidon Ferry’s passenger count continues to climb, and operators plan to add another vessel and a new route.  “Service is going well,” said CEO Johnathan…

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

An updated presentation of the East-West Corridor of the Miami-Dade Smart Plan this week revealed county Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) intentions to begin with the project, develop…

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