Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon.
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon. Bernard Bradley
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon. Bernard Bradley

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