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PUBLIC MEETING ON PLAN FOR CHAPMAN FIELD PARK ON DECEMBER 18
 
The Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department will be hosting a public meeting to update the community regarding the remediation plan for Chapman Field Park. The meeting will take place Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. at the Deering Estate Visitor Center, 16701 SW 72 Ave., Miami... Find out more»
 
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FAMILY ANNOUNCES PASSING OF RICHARD YAGER, FORMER REPORTER FOR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS
 

Richard B. (Dick) Yager, former reporter for Miami’s Community Newspapers, passed away peacefully at North Shore Hospital on Nov. 23 following a brief illness. The son of Miriam and Ralph Yager, Dick was born on May 26, 1928. He is predeceased by his brother John, an executive with Exxon Oil, San Antonio, TX. Dick was on the Iowa State Championship Debate Team at Davenport High School, and while at Coe College he was a sports reporter for the Cedar Rapids Gazette and the Des Moines Register. He served two years in the U.S. Army in Korea. In 1951, he graduated from Boston University with a BS in Journalism. His newspaper career began at the daily Providence (RI) Journal. The next year he became staff news... Read More »

 
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SINGLE MOM, VETERAN SURPRISED WITH FREE CAR ON VETERANS DAY
 

Delray Beach business broker, best-selling author, motivational speaker and sales coach Anthony Caliendo surprised Kendall resident Christine Kelly, a single mother of two and veteran, with a free mini van on Veterans Day. This marks Caliendo’s third car donation through the charity, Wheels from the Heart, a non-profit that has given away 97 reliable vehicles to single moms helping them drive to a better life. “I am thrilled to support single working moms like Christine who juggle many roles... Read More »

 
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THE FUTURE OF TRANSIT – PRT VS MAGLEV
 

The Baylink connector is important because it connects Miami’s vibrant downtown with our number one tourist attraction—South Beach. Baylink requires some elevated spans because it crosses the bay and was always conceived as an elevated system on rail. As a former Baylink Executive Committee member, I convened sunshine... Read More »

 
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The magical “Kingdom of Sweets” comes alive once more. MOUSE KING, the family-friendly holiday musical and South Florida tradition written by Sesame Street veteran Noel MacNeal and award-winning singer / songwriter / prolific composer of children’s musical theater Jim Camacho, will enjoy an extended run at The Mandelstam Theater next month. Tickets for the show, which plays Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 7, 8, and 9, as well as 14, 15, and 16, are on sale now at www.MouseKingTickets.com.
 MOUSE KING follows the adventures of Mouserick, the furry future monarch, by revisiting the story... Read More »

 
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KENDALL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER INSTALLS “STATE OF THE ART” NEWBORN SAFETY SYSTEM
 

Kendall Regional Medical Center always strives to provide quality care to all of its patients. The award-winning, 417-bed hospital has recently installed a new and innovative Infant Safety System. The proprietary system allows the hospital to capture high resolution newborn footprints which can be used for precise identification in situations like an abduction, lost baby or natural disaster. The Newborn Safety System — which uses LiveScan Technology — has garnered the attention and praise from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and has been included as a recommendation for hospitals in its most recent Infant Security Guidelines. The System is entirely safe for use on babies and provides outstanding footprint quality. Nurses prefer the System because it is easy... Read More »

 
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