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Still want an Alfred Angelo dress? Brides will have to bid for them at Sept. 2 auction

A window display is seen at Alfredo Angelo bridal store in West Covina, Calif., Friday, July 14, 2017. The wedding dress retailer declared bankruptcy late Thursday, July 13, and suddenly shut down all of its stores, leaving customers without answers about how they'll get their dresses that are already on order.
This proposal would help Miami Beach hotel employees. It could help with parking, too
Miami lawyer is named president of American Bar
Miami’s low-income seniors and youth to benefit as Comcast expands Internet access
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Cruisers can race ‘fast and furious,’ play laser tag on Norwegian’s new ship
AT&T holding job fair Friday, hiring 50

National Business

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International Business

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Treasury says more travel could be affected by Trump’s new Cuba policy

Technology

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Miami’s low-income seniors and youth to benefit as Comcast expands Internet access

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