Easter Sunday

On Easter, local Ukrainians pray for peace in homeland

South Florida's Catholic and Orthodox Ukrainians alike are praying this Easter for a Ukraine at peace. And peace, in their minds, starts with Ukrainian sovereignty.


La Ermita in Coconut Grove is reenergized with help of new priest

Long the home of older Cuban exiles, la Ermita de la Caridad del Cobre is appealing to younger, more recent arrivals from the island.


Mayor’s testimony highlights own involvement in lending schemes

The testimony of Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez in federal court has opened a window into the city’s years-long shadow banking industry.


Miami is one of the most expensive places to pay rent

One of the most expensive cities for renters is Miami, where rents, on average, consume 43 percent of the typical household income, up from a historical average of just more than a quarter.


From Cuba to the majors: Yasiel Puig’s harrowing story

Yasiel Puig’s tangled trail from Cuba to Los Angeles entailed a stealth speed boat ride from the island, weeks holed up in a Mexican motel and shady smugglers haggling over a lucrative payout for the future baseball star.


74-year-old fugitive back in Miami jail after being deported from Mexico

Guadalupe Ayan Estefano’s arrival in handcuffs put an end to a 17-year saga in which she went on the lam and wound up in Mexico, unbeknownst to authorities who had been looking for her ever since.

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