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Miami Springs girls softball team tops Goleman to capture district title

After a seemingly endless array of torturous and brutal losses to Goleman over the last three seasons, many of them of the late-inning blown-lead variety, the Miami Springs girls softball team managed to keep both hands on the steering wheel and not drive the car into a ditch last week when the Hawks knocked off Goleman 8-6 to win the District 15-6A championship.

Friends and Neighbors: Music lifts young talent and disadvantaged

It’s all about music. Scholarship winners of the Miami Music Teachers Association performed recently at an annual event that celebrates the beauty of piano and voice. The association has been active in our community since 1934 with the mission to promote music education and open doors for talented young students.

Friends and Neighbors: Music lifts young talent and disadvantaged

It’s all about music. Scholarship winners of the Miami Music Teachers Association performed recently at an annual event that celebrates the beauty of piano and voice. The association has been active in our community since 1934 with the mission to promote music education and open doors for talented young students.

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Garcia hangs on to Miami Springs mayor's seat; Buckner wins in a shocker

After two months of intense campaigning by many and with a packed crowd in the Majestic Room at the Miami Springs Country Club, City Clerk Erika Gonzalez-Santamaria ended the suspense of the 2015 Miami Springs Municipal Election early Tuesday evening (April 7) when she announced the results as incumbent Mayor Zavier Garcia held off a challenge from Fred Suco and political newcomer Roslyn Buckner stunned three-term incumbent George Lob for the Group III council seat.