In an area that has seen its fair share of roadwork during the past few years, city officials want to raise West Avenue between 1½ to 2 feet during the next few years in an effort to prepare one of the lowest-lying points of Miami Beach for anticipated sea level rise.
The next Giralda Under The Stars in Coral Gables will take place on Feb. 6. On the first Friday of every month, the avenue is closed to traffic so that restaurants and bars can fill Giralda Avenue’s “Restaurant Row” with tables and chairs.
A potential change to the city’s election date, the appointment of museum board members and discussion of a project manager’s contract will all be discussed at North Miami’s City Council meeting Tuesday.
As part of a weekly feature called Community Conversations, we're gathering your comments on a variety of topics. This week’s question: If you moved away, what would you miss about Miami-Dade County? Tell us.
The name Miami Gardens should bring to mind a warm and wonderful place to live. Instead, more often than not, these days whenever the name Miami Gardens is mentioned it conjures up scenes of police cars with lights flashing; yellow tape placed around crime scenes and people who are afraid to come outdoors in the evening.
Miami Lakes has become a political battleground as both Mayor Wayne Slaton and former Mayor Michael Pizzi claim to be the town’s rightful mayor. Here’s a breakdown of some of the main figures and costs associated with the case.
The South Miami city commission on Jan. 20 authorized City Manager Steven Alexander to execute an agreement with Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP, to represent the city as bond counsel for its tax-exempt loan refinancing.
Miami Springs police are searching for one or more thieves who pried open a car door while a McDonald’s customer and his family ate dinner and stole a bag containing $20,000 in cash from the center console.
Miami-Dade County police services will continue in Cutler Bay, after the town council at its Jan. 21 meeting unanimously passed a resolution approving the interlocal agreement between the county and town and authorizing Town Manager Ralph Casals to execute the agreement.
Pinecrest residents can now file a service request, check when the bus is coming or watch village council meetings all from the convenience of their smartphones with the just-launched MyPinecrest application.