Three Miami-Dade projects aiming to make the region more resilient to climate change got a brainstorming boost in a three-day workshop by Columbia University’s Center for Resilient Cities and Landscape’s Resiliency Accelerator.
According to a new demographic study by the Miami Downtown Development Authority, a record 92,235 people are now full-time residents of the Greater Miami Downtown area — and they’re starting to raise families there too.
MoviePass' new restrictions on multiple viewings, changes to movie-a-day plan and required ticket stub submissions to the app have subscribers questioning their loyalty to the New York and Miami startup.
Miami’s Forever Bond issue was approved by voters in November. Now, as the city establishes a citizen oversight board, community activists want to make sure a diverse group of residents will sit on the board to review bond projects.
Claudia Hernandez Mesa was arrested and charged with practicing medicine without a license after detectives say she botched a cosmetic procedure on a woman, leaving her face permanently disfigured and scarred.
Dozens of Miami policemen and women — including the chief and top brass — have introduced their first LGBTQ liaison, an out 21-year-old public information officer who joined the department just after high school.