Doral police said a man who began a knife fight Sunday and returned to the same home Wednesday with a gun, started yet another knife fight Thursday. This one landed two men in the hospital, one clinging to life.
North Miami Beach officials can no longer receive city-paid travel expenses to Haiti or anyplace else unless there is a “ valid and identifiable” benefit for the city’s taxpayers. In a resolution unanimously approved by the City Council on April 21, the new policy allows travel reimbursements for official expenses that have a “ proven public purpose.”
Mayor Wayne Slaton announced on Monday that he would not appeal the Florida Third District Court of Appeal’s decision that gives Michael Pizzi the green light to return to office as the town’s mayor. Pizzi is expected to return as the town’s mayor on Wednesday to finish his second four-year term in office.
Like most fourth-graders in Miami-Dade, Rebecca Rauch-Thane started participating in school science fairs because it was a class requirement. Now she enters fairs to sharpen her mind and broaden her experiences.
Not quite ready to toss in the towel from his Miami Springs mayoral election loss, Fred Suco has filed a lawsuit against not only the City of Miami Springs, but his opponent Zavier Garcia and City Clerk Erika Gonzalez-Santamaria as well.
The Arts and Entertainment district held its spring harvest festival on Sunday, April 26 featuring fresh local produce and yummy treats, a free yoga class and a performance from the Live! Modern School of Music.
More than 100 residents crowded town hall Wednesday for Cutler Bay’s “Open Mic Night,” a chance to take to the podium and address the mayor, council members, and town staff, who sat in the audience amongst those they serve.
Palmetto Bay is poised to get its downtown redevelopment effort going in earnest with $7.5 million in county funds. A unanimous vote by Miami-Dade County commissioners on Tuesday put the village first in line to recapture money if any projects already approved to receive dollars through the Economic Development Fund program fall through.
Seven students at Gulliver Preparatory School have won the Best Presentation Award at the Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge. The students at the Pinecrest school presented their project at Kennedy Space Center last week.