North MiamiThe Miami Herald , Aug 26
Former mayor Kevin Burns will face off against physician Smith Joseph on Nov. 4.
North MiamiThe Miami Herald , Aug 22
North Miami has suffered from an embarrassing string of missteps by public officials.
visual artsThe Miami Herald , Aug 24
The trajectory that the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami has taken since its inception parallels that of Miami’s rise to promin... ence on a national level as a burgeoning art center. And that’s no coincidence.
North Miami BeachThe Miami Herald , Aug 21
North Miami Beach council members voted unanimously Tuesday to catapult the city into the “modern age” by authorizing nearly $... 2 million for a “ long overdue” overhaul of the city’s comprehensive software system.
North MiamiThe Miami Herald , Aug 14
North Miami plans to redevelop its downtown area with a new multistory parking garage, retail stores and office spaces. A newly formed downt... own advisory committee met last week to discuss the plan for the area’s future and to hear details from city staff.
North Miami BeachThe Miami Herald , Aug 13
But small residential customers could actually pay less under a proposed new rate system.
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