South Miami

Why South Miami Elections Should Be Moved to November

There is a topic lurking just below the surface this Election Day, one that policy wonks will debate furiously, but that most people are...
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Celebrating 20 Years in Business, Sushi Maki to Open its 6th Restaurant Location Taking...

Local brand will continue to feature Canton signature dishes, along with sushi rolls, poke bowls, and much more. While the hospitality industry continues to face...

Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida Host Campfires to Cocktails a Virtual Fundraising Event Featuring...

Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida is excited to announce an all new fall fundraising event to be held virtually on November 12, 2020. Campfires...

Chapman Partnership Receives GMCC 2020 NOVO Award for Innovative Excellence in Nonprofit Sector

Chapman Partnership, a leader in empowering the lives of Miami-Dade’s homeless population, is pleased to announce being selected by The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce...

Unni Greene for Ms. Health and Fitness 2020

Unni Greene is a fitness maven. She is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist, and a Certified Master Trainer. A graduate of...

Daniella Levine Cava Endorsed by Tony Villamil

The Daniella Levine Cava for Miami-Dade Mayor campaign is proud to announce an endorsement from Cuban-American economist and former advisor to Governor Jeb Bush,...

Why Miami Is Still the COVID-19 Model

Today's headline in the Miami Herald touts good news for once; only 22 coronavirus deaths "reported Monday" statewide. In reality - and despite the Herald's continued mis-reporting, which goes...
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One in ten Florida teens report engaging in ‘digital self-harm’

Approximately 10 percent of Florida middle and high school students report having engaged in “digital self-harm” – they have cyberbullied themselves. It is an emerging form of self-harm that may be increasing among adolescents, according to...

Letter from the Chairwoman

At our Annual Meeting we were excited to announce our 2020-2021 Chamber leadership, which included the appointment of new council chairs, board members, vice...

Miami Beach Seeks to Expand Availability of Class A Office Space

With the tourism sector feeling economic pressure brought on by the global pandemic, the City of Miami Beach is seeking to attract national and...