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HERITAGE GROUP COMPILES HISTORY OF PALMETTO BAY
 
When a display and presentation of Palmetto Bay history was made during the recent State of the Village Address event much of the information was provided by a group of residents who had been involved with the village even before incorporation, and chaired by Palmetto Bay’s first vice mayor, Linda M. Robinson. “I had long thought we needed to preserve the history of Palmetto Bay and how it was started, so earlier this year I went... Read More »
 
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SOUTH DADE LEADERS UNITE TO CREATE AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
 

More than 120 business and community leaders convened for the third annual South Dade Solutions Summit on Thursday, Nov. 30, to create an economic development strategy that aggressively pursues new business growth for the region. The event was co-hosted by Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis C. Moss and Daniella Levine Cava. Commissioner Moss has championed South Dade economic development for more than two decades. A primary theme echoed throughout the event is that South Miami-Dade is a great... Read More »

 
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REGISTRATION IS UNDERWAY FOR 2018 SPRING TERM AT MIAMI DADE COLLEGE
 
Start the New Year on the right foot with a great education at Miami Dade College (MDC). Registration is underway for the 2018 spring semester, which begins Jan. 9. With a wide range of courses leading to high quality, cutting-edge associate and bachelor’s degree programs that facilitate employment in emerging and in-demand fields, MDC has the programs to put you on the pathway to career and lifelong success. MDC’s eight campuses and major outreach center offer more than 300 academic pathways leading to bachelor’s degrees, associate in arts and science degrees, and numerous career training certificates, as well as a growing virtual... Read More »
 
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PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE HOTEL WORKERS WITH PANIC BUTTONS
 

We need to make sure that all women are safe in the workplace. 58 percent of all hotel workers are sexually harassed or abused each year. Let's stop that by arming hotel employees with panic buttons that can alert hotel security or the police at the first sign of sexual harassment or abuse... Read More »

 
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SPEEDWAY, NASCAR FOUNDATION JOIN FOR HOMESTEAD HOSPITAL VISIT
 
In the spirit of giving back in the community, Homestead-Miami Speedway and The NASCAR Foundation teamed up on “Giving Tuesday” to visit children at Homestead Hospital. The championship track delivered The NASCAR Foundation’s Speedy Bears to children in the hospital’s Speediatrics unit and emergency center. “With every opportunity we have, we look to give back to those who need it the most, especially in our own backyard,” said Matthew Becherer, Homestead-Miami Speedway president... Read More »
 
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