NEWS FROM: Dadeland, East Kendall, South Miami
Clergy members urged the University of Miami to support living wages for the school’s food-service employees.
U.S. SUPREME COURTThe Miami Herald , Mar 26
A ruling came in a case that began when police, with no search warrant, used a drug-sniffing dog to pinpoint a suspected marijuana grow hous... e.
South MiamiThe Miami Herald , Mar 25
South Miami Police say they are investigating a shooting after the victim walked into a post office Monday morning and crumpled to the floor... .
Police are searching for a man who, along with a partner, tried to rob a South Miami home on Thursday, leading to a two-hour lockdown for tw... o nearby schools.
A former Miami Dade College student who stabbed a South Miami man to death lost his bid for immunity under Florida’s self-defense law... .
A Fork on the RoadThe Miami Herald , Mar 14
Spice Galore is new boutique spice shop that carries everything from black truffle sea salt to wasabi powder in a homey space with a counter... built from recycled wood. Whole and ground spices, house blends, sea salts, infused sugars and teas are sold by the ounce in glass jars organized on wood shelves. Each big jar has a small one next to it for tasting or sniffing.
MilitaryThe Miami Herald , Mar 13
Army Capt. Andrew Pedersen-Keel was killed Monday in Afghanistan while conducting a patrol brief in the Jalrez District.
South MiamiThe Miami Herald , Mar 12
South Miami is considering proposals from companies that want to build apartments and retail space in the city’s redevelopment area.
South MiamiThe Miami Herald , Feb 15
After South Miami officials missed county deadlines for building a new pool, the county was ready to withdraw funding for the project in the... predominantly black side of South Miami.
South MiamiThe Miami Herald , May 10
South Miami Commissioner Bob Welsh is butting heads with City Manager Hector Mirabile.
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