Another month has come and gone. Following tradition, Critical Mass is set for Friday–the last Friday of the first month of 2015.
If you are planning to take the Metromover or another form of public transportation to the Miami Heat game Thursday night, be aware of the transit times.
A vigil was held in Miami to honor and remember the homeless who have died over the past year.
There could be some traffic trouble Friday night in the Little Havana area of Miami and in Coral Gables due to the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
Broward’s new sheriff, with his hat in hand, visited the County Commission on Tuesday.
Those taking part in the Occupy Miami protest on the west lawn of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center have been given until sunset on Tuesday to leave the area or face arrest.
Occupy Miami protesters will be marching in Little Havana and in the Brickell Avenue banking district Thursday afternoon.
Occupy Miami, which has been camped on a public lawn at the Stephen P. Clark center for a month, is asking for public help as a Friday deadline to leave the property approaches. The protesters say the county is ignoring a permit and violating their rights.
Protesters in the occupy Miami movement have moved temporarily.
For a third day protesters will Occupy Miami plan to rally near the Government Center in downtown Miami.