Miami Lakes

Miami Lakes

Miami Lakes’ way of life on line in town elections

Miami Lakes, which sprouted up amid rustic dairy farms, fancies itself as a fictional Mayberry with its very own Main Street. But the tree-lined town — burgeoning with 30,000 residents and hundreds of businesses — has been forced to reckon with the urban ills of congestion, traffic and development that now dominate issues in the local election on Nov. 8.

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NSI Insurance in Miami Lakes manages risk

NSI Insurance Group caters to wealthy clients and high-end businesses. Founded in 1958, Miami Lakes firm deals with more than 40 insurance companies. “We’re not just selling insurance. We’re advocates for our clients,” says CEO Oscar Seikaly.

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Michael Pizzi returns as Miami Lakes mayor

Michael Pizzi returned to Miami Lakes' Town Hall as mayor Wednesday after a long legal battle to be reinstated. Pizzi was arrested in August 2013 on federal bribery charges, acquitted of those charges in August 2014, and has been fighting for reinstatement ever since.
Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Michael Pizzi returns as Miami Lakes mayor 4:59

Michael Pizzi returns as Miami Lakes mayor

Man gets hit by bus, gets up and walks casually into bar 0:36

Man gets hit by bus, gets up and walks casually into bar

Fact Check: The Senate Health Care Plan 1:57

Fact Check: The Senate Health Care Plan

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Tasty mango smoothie treat to beat the South Florida heat

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