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Officials retain dream for parking garage lawsuit

As the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to investigate questionable parking garage bonds that were approved by the City of South Miami, local...

Victor Dover, the improbable Ironman

"Victor Dover, YOU are an IRONMAN!," said the announcer in his booming and commanding voice as Dover, a South Miami resident and principal of...

The south miami grey ghosts, Back in action for the summer

By: Nancy Eagleton The South Miami Grey Ghosts tackle football and cheerleading programs have officially started. Although practices began on July 6, South Miami Parks...

First National Bank recognizes Everett and Perez

By: Nancy Eagleton In a program that Executive Vice President, Veronica Birch Flores calls “Get Fit and Famous,” First National Bank of South Miami recently...

Who’s packing at City Hall

By Michael Miller.... Don’t flip out or start chanting, “It’s my constitutional right to bear arms!” This is about the right for each of us...

‘Parents still matter,’ audience hears at community conversation

Nearly 60 parents and children turned out Thursday, May 27 for a free dinner and discussion designed to start a conversation about youth substance...

Fitness Together… Personal training that fits your lifestyle

Fitness Together in South Miami challenges you to ditch your current trainer, gym or program for a day and experience a different kind of...

Governor recognizes SMH for performance excellence

Bethany Rundell SSouth Miami Hospital is the recipient of the prestigious Governor’s Sterling Award for 2010, the Florida Sterling Council recently announced. The award...
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