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Local Miami Springs teachers lose local jobs

One of the charms of living in the River Cities area has been the quaint, hometown atmosphere of the neighborhood schools. However, the public schools in Miami Springs just took a hit which means local families did, too as a number of very valuable and loved teachers were recently surplussed out.

River Cities

Miami Springs City Manager given vote of confidence

The Miami Springs council meeting on Monday night, Oct. 13 was short on time but big on business. It was the first regular meeting of the new fiscal year and lasted just over an hour, but there was time to give City Manager Ron Gorland a Vote of Confidence, and sign the new police contract.

River Cities

Miami Springs High School celebrates 50th Anniversary with parade

In conjunction with Homecoming, Miami Springs Senior High held a special commemorative parade honoring its 50th Anniversary last week on Dove Avenue in front of the school and leading the parade was a float (pickup truck) with the grand marshall, longtime social studies teacher Hayward Randolph, who is retiring after 45 years at the school.

River Cities

Springs football team survives scare from Goleman, moves to 6-0

The Miami Springs football team's perfect record nearly got blemished last Friday night when the Hawks hosted Goleman at Milander Stadium on Homecoming night. But, thanks to some heroics from receiver/kick returner/defensive back Johnny Rembert, the Hawks managed to pull out a 27-21 victory to move their record to 6-0 and set up a big district showdown with American this Friday night.


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