A swarm of 5,000 bees on your property might make you panic — but not Willie the Bee Man. No hive’s location can surprise him anymore: He has removed bees from homes, trees, telephone poles, flower pots, sailboat masts, barbeque pits and plane wings from Miami to Palm Beach. He once removed a hive the size of a Volkswagen Beetle from a townhome in Doral.
Alecia RichardsThe Miami Herald
Willie the Bee man
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Brightline launched their first train route from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, bringing new commuting options that the rail line says will alleviate traffic hassles for commuters, while also offering comfort and convenient amenities. Routes to Miami and Orlando are next for the rail line.
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"Grandkid" assistants available at the push of a button for seniors
When grandma or grandpa needs a ride to an appointment, or some help around the house, or even a day at the beach, all they have to do is call on Papa and the friendly Papa pals come to help. Papa is a new startup company that pairs senior citizens with college students, or 'grandkids on demand" as founder Andrew Parker likes to call them.
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While parking costs in urban cores such as downtown and Brickell keep going up, and parking spaces around Miami-Dade County can sometimes be scarce, the price of parking here is relatively low when compared to other similarly-sized cities.