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Gulliver Schools to establish athletic hall of fame

By Bay Proby.... With more than a quarter of a century of outstanding athletic tradition, Gulliver Schools will establish an athletic hall of fame to...

Positive People in Pinecrest: Blake Hesser

Coral Reef High School junior Blake Hesser is interested in business and at Coral Reef and is a member of Future Business Leaders of...

Positive People in Pinecrest: Kristen Coke

By Linda Rodriguez Bernfeld.... Extracurricular activities like working on the school paper keep Palmetto High School junior Kristen Coke a very busy girl. Last year,...

Postive People in Pinecrest: Kadejah Maple

By Nancy Eagleton.... Kadejah Maple, a senior at Westminster Christian School, has been looking forward to her senior year for as long as she can...

Tribune recommends Joe Corradino for reelection

Pinecrest Vice-Mayor Joe Corradino was first elected to the Village Council in 2006. Over the last four years he has brought a practical approach...

Ironman Triathlon may snarl Village traffic Oct. 30

By Ron Beasley.... The Miami Ironman Triathlon will wind its way through the streets of several Miami-Dade County communities on Oct. 30 and Pinecrest officials...

Gala to be held in Pinecrest to benefit the Transplant Foundation

By Linda Rodriguez Bernfeld.... In seventh grade, Priscilla Suzal-Wright started making friendship bracelets as a hobby. About the same time, she and her mother were...

High school athletes deserve to know why they didn’t make the cut

By Grant Miller.... It is almost impossible for teenagers to put the things that happen to them in school in proper perspective. On the athletic...
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