Palmetto Bay

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...

Jackson South Hospital expansion still on track

Despite recent concerns over the financial stability of the Jackson Health System, plans for the new Jackson South Community Hospital still are on track,...

‘Park View Café’ is more than a concession stand

The new concession stand close to the baseball field and other sports areas in Coral Reef Park is ready to open, but won’t be...

Palmetto HS seniors learn one of life’s hard lessons

On Shannon Melendi Safety Day conducted recently at Palmetto High, seniors learned about the Miami teen who was abducted and killed by a predator...

Commissioner Sorenson honors Small Business Grant recipients

Miami-Dade Commissioner Katy Sorenson congratulated the recipients of the Mom and Pop Small Business Grant Program during a mandatory training workshop on Wednesday, Mar....

ASPCA selects county as its newest partner community

The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) recently announced that Miami-Dade County has been selected as the newest ASPCA Partner...

Celebrating Earth Week with a look toward the heavens

As part of Palmetto Bay’s Earth Week activities, the Southern Cross Astronomical Society (SCAS) participated with the village in two locations, according to village...

Coloring books entertain young hospital patients

A new charitable project called Color Us Well showed patients at local children’s hospitals how to get creative, get inspired and get well. Uniting local...
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Miami New Drama (Michel Hausmann, Artistic Director; Nicholas Richberg, Managing Director) is pleased to announce casting, creative team and production dates for 7 Deadly...

Homestead Breaks Ground on New Park Expansion in Downtown Homestead

On December 3, 2020, the City of Homestead embarked upon the expansion of a quaint pocket park in the heart of Downtown Homestead that...

The People of Coral Gables Are Due A Due-Over

Living in Coral Gables can be likened to having an obsessive-compulsive roommate. For over half a century, residents couldn’t park their pickup trucks in...