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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 Silvia. “The last two weeks of…

Personalized tech teaching called education’s future

Personalized tech teaching called education’s future

New models must be created to teach using technology in our universities, three Miami-Dade university and college presidents agreed last week in a Knight Foundation Town Hall that aims to…

Venetian, Rickenbacker Causeway redevelopment sought

Venetian, Rickenbacker Causeway redevelopment sought

Miami-Dade County received an unsolicited proposal from a consortium of firms, identified as the Plan Z Consortium, for a project to improve the Venetian and Rickenbacker causeways and Bear Cut…

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

“It’s a big symbol of friendship. The statue conveys freedom and hope,” Laurent Gallissot, consul general of France in Miami, said of a 7-by-7-foot copy of the head from the…

Inside story of big leadership change at Baptist Health

Inside story of big leadership change at Baptist Health

Brian Keeley, president and CEO of Baptist Health South Florida, will retire next year after almost 50 years with Baptist. He began in 1969 as an administrative resident at Baptist…

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

The City of Miami is getting ready to celebrate its 125th Birthday with a weeklong of special events and programming. Starting July 26, the City of Miami 125th Anniversary will…

Major Mexico investment firm to open in Miami

Major Mexico investment firm to open in Miami

Banorte Securities International (BSI), an investment management and brokerage service company based in Houston, announced it will open offices in the Brickell financial district to attend to its clients from…

Economists agree inflation may hit 5.5% this year

Economists agree inflation may hit 5.5% this year

Inflation is here already. Prices of goods are increasing and consumers are starting to notice it. The federal response due to the coronavirus health crisis caused an extra liquidity in…

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Miami-Dade’s tourism industry is surpassing many comparable 2019 statistics despite a glaring lack of international, convention and cruise travel. At the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s State of the…

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

A Canadian firm seeking to relocate its global headquarters to Miami and create 450 high-paying jobs got a go-ahead Tuesday to receive $167,500 through a Miami-Dade incentives program. Dallas was…

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