North Bay Village

A year after deck collapse, Shuckers bar to reopen

Shuckers, the bayfront bar whose wooden deck collapsed into the water just over a year ago, will begin serving food and drinks again on Thursday to its loyal patrons.

Miami Beach

Stormwater fee rise proposed to battle sea rise

A Miami Beach proposal, headed for a commission vote, would help pay for infrastructure projects. But the property-tax rate would remain roughly level.


Pioneering Liberty City eatery to close its doors

The historic Jumbo’s restaurant, which has sat in the heart of one of Miami’s toughest neighborhoods and withstood turbulent times, will close its doors for good Wednesday.


U.S. commercial flights prohibited from flying into Tel Aviv

The FAA issued a 24-hour ban on commercial flights to and from Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv following a rocket strike a mile away.


Crist about to get millions in campaign subsidy

The former governor will get millions in campaign cash under the state’s public campaign financing program created to help low-budget candidates counter big-pocketed opponents.


Dueling court rulings create Obamacare uncertainty

Two courts issued opposing rulings Tuesday on legality of government to provide financial aid to consumers who buy health insurance on Affordable Care Act exchanges.

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