Students from The Mandelstam School in South Miami got to ask questions of Dr. Serena Auñon-Chancellor, the first Cuban-American in space and aboard the International Space Station, via a video conference call.
A piece of the Underline, the planned 10-mile trail and park under the Metrorail tracks, breaks ground in Brickell this week, just the start of an ambitious plan laid out by volunteer Meg Daly and her late father, Parker Thomson, who helped launch the Arsht Center.
South Miami voters have approved a ballot measure to make zoning changes easier in the city’s commercial core. The beneficiary will be the Shops at Sunset Place, whose plans for a makeover failed a City Commission vote.
A ballot question in South Miami asks voters whether the city should make it easier to relax its zoning regulations. If approved, a single commissioner would no longer be able to block a proposed revamp of the Shops at Sunset Place mall.
Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics and Public Trust found probable cause that South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard had violated Stephen Cody’s “right to be heard” by failing to let him speak at two public meetings.
After police say he pistol-whipped a 62-year-old woman in South Miami Wednesday, Benjamin Hovan was arrested in Titusville Thursday. Officials say he had already raped, robbed and kidnapped a woman in Casselberry, Florida.
South Miami chiropractor Dr. Kevin Reiseck, once a lauded skydive instructor, spent the first part of his life cheating death and avoiding serious injury. Now, he has dedicated the rest of it to helping people in pain.
Fishermen’s Hospital remains a makeshift collection of shipping containers seven months after Hurricane Irma. It is mostly an emergency room, but on April 1 it delivered a Tampa woman’s premature baby girl.
Rayne Burse, a 23-year-old model, only lived in South Miami for a week when a neighbor confronted her. The argument, caught on camera, led to an arrest on a battery charge for the older woman and a new hashtag – #MoveMojito.