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Miami Springs wrestler Sanchez places eighth at state tournament

After battling his way to a runnerup finish in regionals a week before to qualify for the state tournament, the Miami Springs wrestler, just a junior, headed north to Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee last weekend with his coach Dave Ryan with big hopes of big things. But at the same time, deep down, also knowing it would likely be “a learning experience."

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Relay for Life in Miami Springs "rocks" amid some raindrops

The Miami Springs Relay For Life rocked the Miami Springs Circle last Saturday (March 7) as the community once again united for a good cause and, even though the weather didn’t cooperate completely, that didn’t stop the faithful from having fun while raising funds for a cause that is near and dear to the hearts of so many Miami Springs and Virginia Gardens residents.

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Medley Police Department and PBA reach new agreement

There was plenty of business to address at the Medley council meeting on Monday night, March 2 but none was more important than when the council, led by Mayor Roberto Martell, had the opportunity to unanimously vote for and ratify a brand new agreement between the Medley Police Department and the Police Benevolent Association (PBA).

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Dolphins' Cycling Challenge cuts through Miami Springs

Traffic in parts of Miami-Dade County became complicated last Saturday morning, Feb. 7 when streets were closed and traffic diverted for about 3,000 bicyclists who were riding 29 miles for charity in the Dolphins Cycling Challenge and part of that track took them southward right down East Drive in Miami Springs.