City of Doral's newest development, CityPlace Doral by the Related Group opens on Friday, March 17, 2017. The mix-use development will offer a variety of shops, dinning and services with apartments, condos and single family homes.
In unfortunate pockets of Doral, a rotten-egg stench makes its way into palatial, half-million-dollar homes and condos. The source? The Medley landfill and the county’s Covanta Waste Energy Facility, which sit nearby.
On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, at approximately 6:15 pm, Miami-Dade Fire rescue responded to a collision/vehicle fire at the intersection of NW 112 Ave and 25 Street. When rescue crews arrived, one of the vehicles was fully involved. Fortunately, there were no injuries in this fire. Engine 48 was able to pull a water line to this fire and quickly putting it under control. No injuries no transports.
Julio Anta, who is certified in Krav Maga Israeli counterterrorism, began teaching ‘active-shooter’ classes in Doral after mass killings in Paris and San Bernardino. Preparing for mass shootings and hostage taking has become a growing trend for law enforcement and civilians.
Doral City Council votes 3-2 to let Donald Trump keep the key to the city Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, and on a resolution to condemn Donald Trump’s comments against Mexicans and other Latin American immigrants. Video by Jessica Bal / Miami Herald Staff
Pancake artist Ben Daniels of Dancakes makes an edible creation from Stephen King’s “It” at the 14th annual Art in the Park. Dancakes was one in the over 50 artist stands that participated in the event, which was Oct. 14 and 15 at Lindendale Park in Highland.