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A female dolphin calf was born at Miami Seaquarium on April 11. This is the fourth baby for 20-year-old mom, Panama. The park has launched a Facebook contest to name the dolphin calf, asking fans to choose one of four possible names: Fiji, Bali, Sanibel or Calypso.

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Baby dolphin makes its debut at Seaquarium, and now it needs a name

- The Miami Herald , Apr 22
The Miami Herald

Miami Seaquariam is celebrating a new life, officially welcoming the park’s newest dolphin that was born April 11. The park now wants... help selecting a name.

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Key Biscayne to spend $80,000 on traffic study under no-bid contract

- The Miami Herald , Apr 11
The Miami Herald

Two council members objected, saying the village should have shopped around.

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Sony tennis tournament asks for a speedy court ruling

- The Miami Herald , Apr 3
The Miami Herald

A lawyer for the Sony Open tennis tournament warned a judge Thursday that if he didn’t quickly resolve a legal dispute involving an e... xpansion of the tourney courts, it would cost millions of dollars and delay the project by at least a year.

Key Biscayne

Village moving forward with traffic analysis

- The Miami Herald , Mar 14
The Miami Herald

The Village Council is looking into hiring a consulting firm to conduct an analysis of key’s traffic woes.

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Key Biscayne residents protest plans to build new Walgreens

- The Miami Herald , Mar 7
The Miami Herald

Key Biscayne residents say a drug store doesn’t belong on a prominent piece of land at the village’s entrance on Crandon Boule... vard. They’d much prefer to have something else.

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Council hears about proposed ordinance on restricting events at Village Beach Park

- The Miami Herald , Mar 7
The Miami Herald

Key Biscayne’s Village Council heard a briefing at Tuesday’s meeting of a proposed ordinance prohibiting party rentals, weddin... gs and animal shows specifically at The Village Beach Park.

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Cuban rafter taken into custody after reaching Key Biscayne; two others flee

- The Miami Herald , Mar 4
The Miami Herald

Three Cuban rafters reached U.S. soil Tuesday near Key Biscayne, but two left the scene before immigration authorities arrived and seized ... one of the migrants, people familiar with the case said.

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