NEWS FROM: Medley, Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens
Criminal courtThe Miami Herald , Aug 20
Manuel Acosta, a diminutive factory worker in Medley, killed his 423-pound co-worker after years of abuse, defense claims at his trial for m... urder.
In My OpinionThe Miami Herald , Aug 25
Virginia Gardens, with its own BearCat war wagon, is ready for danger.
Miami SpringsThe Miami Herald , Aug 25
About a quarter of Miami Springs municipal employees earn more than $100,000 in salary and benefits, city records shows.
Miami SpringsThe Miami Herald , Aug 24
Miami Springs police received what turned out to be a false 911 call at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, claiming that a hostage situation was under way in... the 200 block of Reinette Drive.
Even though there was plenty of basketball to be played and scores were kept, there were no real winners or losers on Saturday morning, Aug.... 9 in the Miami Springs Community Center gymnasium when the Town of Medley held its Third Annual Medley Police/Youth Sports Basketball Tournament.
Miami Springs got a little taste of Russia on Aug. 9 when a talented group of young people, namely the Golden Gates dance troupe, an interna... tional cultural youth exchange program that tours the United States, delighted an audience at Poinciana United Methodist Church with their dazzling show.
Miami Springs resident Anthony, former MSSH alum Avila square off for District 111 State Representative seat- River Cities Gazette , Aug 13
The local municipal election for Miami Springs is still eight months away and over a year away for Virginia Gardens, but that does not mean ... an important decision will need to be made by local voters when Miami Springs resident Alex Anthony and former Springs High graduate Bryan Avila square off for the State Representative District 111 seat in the upcoming Aug. 26 primary election.
The first regular Miami Springs council meeting in seven weeks, last Monday, Aug. 11, was packed with clean-up business from the... time off but there were also budget issues discussed, including the proposed $35,000 donation to the Curtiss Mansion and the funding for the $5 million aquatic center project.
Are you unsure of what can be recycled? Do your items pile up inside your home and make a mess? Does your cart get overloaded? Do you forget... to take it out in time? This article is meant to help you organize the process of recycling at home and offer solutions to some of the most common complaints.
More than two dozen young adults gathered on the Circle last Saturday at noon to recall the life and mourn the death of Nohely Pachardo. The... 18-year-old Miami Springs Senior High graduate lost her life around 5 a.m. on Aug. 7 when she was struck and killed by a car traveling southbound on the Turnpike in Broward County.
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