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PRIMEHEALTH PHYSICIANS AND GENUINE HEALTH GROUP JOIN FORCES TO CREATE ONE OF THE LARGEST VALUE-BASED PROVIDERS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
 
Genuine Health Group, a Miami-based healthcare company that helps doctors improve care quality and reduce costs, and PrimeHealth Physicians, LLC, a 50-plus group of primary care providers with 25 locations in Miami-Dade... Read More »
 
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ELECTION BRINGS CHANGES TO THE VILLAGE COUNCIL
 
The Nov. 6 general election brought a number of changes to the Palmetto Bay Village Council that likely will affect future actions on some key issues as well as ongoing policies. Three “new” council members will be sworn in on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 6:30 p.m., in the Village Council Chambers. All were elected by a wide margin of votes. With 100 percent of precincts reporting the results were as follows: Mayor: Karyn Cunningham, 60 percent, 6,903 votes; Eugene Flinn, 32 percent, 3,712 votes, and Tim Schaffer, 6 percent, 745 votes. Council Seat 1: Patrick Fiore, 59 percent, 6,145 votes, and Anthony Gorman, 40 percent, 4,167 votes. Council Seat 3: Marsha Matson, 52 percent... Read More »
 
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FIRST ANNUAL CARNIVAL FOR THE CURE
 

Coral Gables Title + Escrow invites you to our first Carnival for the Cure in benefit of the Miami Cancer Institute of South Florida. Every year we host a signature event to help the Baptist Health South Florida's MCI to research and help all of those who are affected.

Bring an appetite for food, music, games and fun for the entire family! If you can not make it, please consider Donations! Thank you in advance for all of the support and see you there!... Find Out More »

 
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MOUSE KING RETURNS FOR A SIXTH HOLIDAY SEASON DECEMBER 7 – 9 AND 14 – 16
 
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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PRINTING DAY AT MIAMI'S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS
 
Publisher Grant Miller gives a live look in of printing day at Miami's Community Newspapers... Watch Now »
 
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WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN STUDENTS HOST VISITOR FROM MAASAI TRIBE
 
Westminster Christian School’s (WCS) fifth grade students were mesmerized by a visit from Enoch, a member of the Maasai tribe in Kenya. Enoch was visiting the United States as the guest of a WCS family who came to know him during a trip to Africa. To prepare the students for his visit, WCS WorldWonder director Doug Heetderks presented a unit on the Maasai Tribe, their customs and culture. Students were excited to meet a Maasai tribe member, and to participate in the signature tribal jumping dance. Although Enoch and the students could easily identify the differences between their lifestyles and customs, they all walked away delighted with the opportunity to walk in someone else’s shoes, and to realize that they are more alike than different. As a result of this visit, the students expressed a desire... Read More »
 
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PEOPLE WITH IMMUNE DEFICIENCIES ARE ESPECIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO HARM FROM MOLD
 
Long-term mold exposure is bad news for anyone, regardless of age or gender. But for people with compromised immune systems or immune deficiencies like HIV, SCID and CVID, it can be especially harmful. In some cases, mold infection can cause severe... Read More »
 
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PATIENT BACK ON HIS FEET AFTER LIFE-ALTERING STROKE
 

When Michel Vieux was first admitted to the Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Miami, he required 10 liters of oxygen to breathe, his resting heartrate was very high, and he was entirely dependent on medical assistance for daily activities. But his own resolve changed the course of the story. It began earlier this year. Vieux and his wife had just finished enjoying a two-week vacation to Alaska when his health took a sudden downward turn. While traveling back home, Vieux’s asthma began to flare, his condition growing so serious that he had to be hospitalized immediately upon return. He reached... Read More »

 
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COUNTY RESTORES TRANSIT ROUTES,EXPANDS NEW CIRCULATOR SERVICE
 
The Miami-Dade County Commission recently approved a number of important changes to transit routes that will improve connectivity for South Dade residents. Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava long has fought for resources for South Dade and recently won an important victory to restore and even enhance the transit system serving South Dade residents and businesses. The county commission adopted a resolution that will add Sunday service to the Cutler Bay Local (Route 200). The Cutler Bay Local is the town’s trolley service, operated by Miami-Dade Transit, which serves as a critical connection for many transit-dependent elderly residents in Cutler Bay. The new service day will bring the Cutler Bay... Read More »
 
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