Monique O. Madan

@MoniqueOMadan

Monique O. Madan covers Coral Gables and Doral. Monique started at the Herald in 2008 as a part-time reporter. She graduated Emerson College in Boston after stints at The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald and the Dallas Morning News. She returned to her hometown paper, the Miami Herald, in 2014.

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Friends and Neighbors: Easter, Passover holidays mark a time of renewed hope

This season, especially Easter, is a time of renewed hope. And Lord knows, we need more hope in Miami-Dade County, where it seems the price of one’s life is next to nothing. Still no matter how bleak it seems, or how high the mountain, I believe that with prayer and faith, we can come through this dark time of death and destruction.

Friends and Neighbors: Easter, Passover holidays mark a time of renewed hope

This season, especially Easter, is a time of renewed hope. And Lord knows, we need more hope in Miami-Dade County, where it seems the price of one’s life is next to nothing. Still no matter how bleak it seems, or how high the mountain, I believe that with prayer and faith, we can come through this dark time of death and destruction.

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Doral police: Mall jeans bandit, two electronics thieves all behind bars

James Francisco Castro, who according to police has stolen more than $2,500 dollars worth of jeans from JCPenney, was put behind bars on Feb. 27 after wiping the shelves clean. Also in police custody: Geovanny Zavala, 31, and Pedro Lopez, 48, who are accused of stealing about $37,000 worth of cellphones, iPhones and iPads from Ingram Micro.