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Chinatown closed its doors in South Miami last month.

South Miami

Popular Chinese restaurant closes in South Miami

- The Miami Herald , Jun 27
The Miami Herald

Those looking to order takeout from a popular Chinese restaurant in South Miami are faced with disconnected phone numbers and a small cardbo... ard sign that reads, “Sorry. We’re closed.”

Pinecrest

Pinecrest may appeal state’s decision on FPL power lines

- The Miami Herald , Jun 24
The Miami Herald

Pinecrest may appeal a state decision to approve 80- to 100-foot power lines on U.S. 1 through the village and neighboring communities.

Coral Gables

Arsenic tainting Coral Gables park likely came from construction

- The Miami Herald , Jun 18
The Miami Herald

The county says arsenic 20 times normal levels is confined to baseball diamonds at Chapman Field and likely came from dirt used to build the... m.

Pinecrest

Pinecrest may limit protests in residential neighborhoods

- The Miami Herald , Jun 18
The Miami Herald

The proposed new law comes in response to protests in front of the homes of employees of companies that provide primates for medical researc... h.

Courts

Coral Gables man is sentenced to 20 years in 2012 drunk-driving death of a teen girl

- The Miami Herald , Jun 6
The Miami Herald

Sandor Guillen was driving drunk and illegally on the U.S. 1 busway when he plowed into a minivan, killing 13-year-old Kaely Camacho.

Palmetto Bay

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue has two sites in mind for new Palmetto Bay stations

- The Miami Herald , Jun 6
The Miami Herald

The two new fire stations could be approved this summer.

Soapbox

Letter: Pinecrest must address flood problems

- The Miami Herald , May 22
The Miami Herald

It is gratifying that Pinecrest will finally study flooding issues (Village to assess storm water plans, Neighbors, May 22). Good news excep... t now how to protect those of us facing imminent danger from flooding because of the village’s initial denial. A posting on my blog, PinecrestFloods.blogspot.com, shows the result of the city is not thinking ahead, permitting development without drainage.

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