Palmetto Bay

Hundreds shrug off storms to walk for family, friends

More than 400 participants braved wind and rain during the recent Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EFOF) walk-a-thon at Tropical Park to raise awareness and...

Dadeland Mall cooks up Mini Chefs family fun

Dadeland Mall invites children of all ages to roll up their sleeves and explore the fun side of food with hands-on learning activities during...

Hurricane preparations always need updating

There always is reason to update your thinking about hurricane preparation. That was the message delivered by Roslyn Viterbo, of the Miami-Dade Department of...

Gorham joins staff in HR at Village Hall

Caroline Gorham joined the Village Hall staff in mid-April, working as administrative assistant to Human Resources director Olga Cadaval, and will help with human...

Golf carts now may ‘cross the line’ between cities

The Palmetto Bay Village Council during its May 3 meeting at the Deering Estate Visitors Center voted unanimously to pass an ordinance providing for...

American Red Cross urges renewed attention to summer water safety

After two accidental drowning deaths recently in Broward County, the American Red Cross (ARC) urges South Floridians to take extra precautions around home swimming...

26,000 ladybugs to be released for Earth Day

A major shipment of 26,000 lady bugs recently delivered to a south Miami-Dade nursery are the main attraction of Palmetto Bay’s third annual Earth...

Street names honor school, landmark, ex-councilmember

During the next few weeks, village residents may be surprised to come across some Palmetto Bay signs reading “Dolphin Crossing.” Don’t be alarmed, as there...
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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...

Atala Butterfly BioBlitz: Finding Nature’s Secrets in Our Backyards

Valeria is a sophomore at Doral Academy Charter High School. She is currently a Junior Ambassador for Miami Waterkeeper and a Deering Estate intern. On...

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Study Volunteers in clinical trials are essential to advances in medicine yet their own medical condition may not benefit by their participation. Every year, millions...