River Cities Gazette

Sign up to get River Cities news by email.

Please confirm email address:

Top stories

 
AFTER FURTHER REVIEW:  Longtime Springs resident Wayne Rundell has spent the last two decades working his way through the ranks of officiating and is now part of an ACC crew working major college football. Above, Rundell poses for a snapshot before last year’s season opener between Florida State and Pittsburgh at Heinz Field.

Miami Springs resident Rundell moves up the officiating ranks, now works for ACC crew

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 22
River Cities Gazette

Wayne Rundell grew up and still lives in Miami Springs with his wife Bethany and two boys and has been the sports producer at News Seven dur... ing that entire time but what Rundell does on weekends during football season is why we’re bringing you this story.

First day of school for a pair of first grade Miami Springs twins

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 20
River Cities Gazette

Last Monday marked the ever-anticipated first day of school and, wearing new clothes and with stuffed lunchboxes in hand, 6-year-old twins S... ofia and Lucas Justo were off to first grade at Springview Elementary.

Former Medley Town Attorney Pizzi acquitted of federal bribery charges

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 18
River Cities Gazette

A year and one week from the day that he sat in the back of an FBI vehicle, handcuffed and under arrest on federal bribery charges, former M... edley Town Attorney Michael Pizzi exited the Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami last week in an entirely different frame of mind as he was acquitted on all charges surrounding a federal bribery case.

Medley hosts Third Annual Youth Basketball Tournament in Miami Springs gym

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 18
River Cities Gazette

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 resident Anthony, former MSSH alum Avila square off for District 111 State Representative seat

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 13
River Cities Gazette

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.

Proposed aquatic center, Curtiss Mansion top Miami Springs council agenda

- River Cities Gazette , Aug 13
River Cities Gazette

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.

This Week's Events