Inspire305 powered by United Way of Miami-Dade returns to support local up-and-coming, innovative nonprofits who are doing amazing work in Miami. New this year, Inspire305 is partnering with 305 Day and City Year on its first 305 Day Volunteer Pledge Drive, encouraging Miamians to pledge their time to volunteer and build a stronger Miami.... Read More
Pest Pro Rid All
visits Miami's Community Newspapers
Moe Meyer of Pest Pro Rid All visits Grant and Michael Miller at Miami's Community Newspapers!
Edward Silva Announces Campaign to Become Palmetto Bay’s Next Vice Mayor
Palmetto Bay’s former Village Manager and longtime resident, Edward Silva, announced today his decision to enter the race to become Palmetto Bay’s next Vice Mayor, succeeding John Dubois, who is term-limited and running for the Miami-Dade County Commission seat in District 8... Read More
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Homestead Family in Need Gets New Roof/Nominations for Next Year
Sixto and Maria Martinez thought they would live out their golden years carefree in their own home, but their deteriorating roof changed that. On their fixed income, they were unable to pay to replace the roof. But thanks to a generous give back to the community campaign by Miami’s T&S Roofing Systems and No Roof Left Behind, the Martinez’s are now the... Read More
Miami View - Chris Cosner
Miami View, the co-hosts Irela Bague and Oscar Musibay interview Chris Cosner, who runs a blues jam and open mic at Titanic Brewery and other Miami establishments. Open mics are on Wednesday nights at 9pm at Titanic Brewery.
On Saturday, March 7, 28 Florida Power & Light Company volunteers worked alongside the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors in 76 Hialeah homes to lower the number of fire-and burn-related injuries. The American Red Cross is one of the world’s largest humanitarian organizations dedicated to providing emergency assistance, disaster relief, and disaster preparedness education. These volunteer efforts will support its mission by helping hundreds of residents prepare for a potential emergency in their homes... Read More
LIVE! with Miami's Community News - Michael Rosenberg and Rita Schwartz
Michael Miller interviews the co-founders of the Pet's Trust, Michael Rosenberg and Rita Schwartz. They discuss the practice of killing animals due to overpopulation and how to get involved with the Pet's Trust.
In celebration of Presidents’ Day, students of Cutler Bay Senior High School’s Rho Kappa Honor Society performed for the community at Southland Mall and East Ridge Retirement Village. This outstanding Patriotic performance — including the Andrew Sisters — singing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln singing God Bless America, and 20 dancers performing to James Brown’s Living in America!... Read More
A2Z FBC - Season 2 - Episode 7
More corona virus, Ultra 2020 cancelled, and the truth of Tinder
For the 7th episode of the 2nd season of A2ZFBC, corona virus was the prevalent topic; however, lighter topics were discussed and chopped up in the truest sense of the word. We're remaining consistent here on A2ZFBC, all while providing transparent insights into today's high-paced and highly distracted society. Stay positive, love yourself, and tell your closest friends to tune in to the next episode of A2ZFBC!
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY Sunday, March 15 through Sunday, March 22, 2020
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway Ramp Closures The entrance ramps to westbound SR 836 from northbound and southbound NW 27th Avenue will be closed for roadway restoration on Sunday, March 15, Monday, March 16 and Thursday, March 19 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night and Friday, March 20 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Drivers should follow posted detour signs. Detours... Read More
Research program dedicated to finding cures for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s
As a young assistant professor in the early 1980s at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health, Tomás Guilarte would often visit an affiliated clinic to observe children undergoing therapy to chemically remove lead from their bodies... Read More
Commissioner Diaz celebrates
new Dolphin flyover opening
Westbound residents and commuters using Northwest 12th Street to get on the Dolphin Expressway (State Road 836) can now benefit from a new flyover that will significantly reduce congestion. Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz joined other officials at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new flyover’s two new entrance ramps to westbound State Road 836 on March 12.... Read More
Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation seeking to fund community-based organizations
The Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation is seeking to fund community-based organizations throughout Miami-Dade County with grants up to $50,000 each. Qualified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations conducting grass-roots work that improves, preserves, or restores the health and healthcare of local area citizens have until April 15 to apply... Read More
Aaron Guerrero begins 2020 with the release of his second book within a year
Aaron Guerrero continues to keep going. The second publication revolves around the idea of self-publishing and helping others create their own path and journey on the route of writing and publishing their very own book... Read More