Palmetto Bay

Cast Your Vote and Let Freedom Ring

The opportunity for Palmetto Bay residents to cast their ballot in the August 24 primary election has arrived.

Portilla running on conservative values

By Nancy Eagleton Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, a Republican candidate for State Senate in District 36, describes himself as a family man, a conservative...

Fans meet baseball greats on cruises

By Julianne Carelli Fans looking to stretch the baseball season into the winter months can enjoy the warmth of the Caribbean with some of...

Peter England running for mayor

Peter England is running for mayor of Palmetto Bay in the Nov. 2 election. A longtime resident of the area, England has a wife, June,...

New principal assigned to Palmetto Middle

By Linda Rodriguez Bernfeld When Palmetto Middle School students return to school on Aug. 23 they will find a new principal in the front...

Early voting for primaries now

By Robert Hamilton The Miami-Dade County Elections Department is welcoming voters to the polls for the primary election with early voting now through Sunday, Aug....

Gerald campaigns for Village Council District 1

Bev Gerald is running for the Palmetto Bay Village Council District 1 seat that will be vacated by Ed Feller, MD. Gerald has lived in...

FIU joins Project HOPE medical mission

By Mary Sudasassi A nursing professor and two master’s students from the Florida International University College of Nursing & Health Sciences (FIU CNHS) are chronicling...
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South Miami’s newest trend is Lot-Splitting…You Just Don’t Know It (Yet)

Everyone had heard of zoning.  Sooner or later, a developer will submit an application to rezone land near your home or business, and those...

Op-Ed: Only Established Candidate Should Be Appointed to District 8 Seat Not A Johnny-Come-Lately

I am writing to express my concern about what I have been hearing about the possibility of the County Commission appointing random former politicians...