President Barack Obama was South Florida Friday hoping to rally support and convince Congress to make larger investments in the United States’ crumbling infrastructure.
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
In the sleepy West Coast Florida town of Inverness, as horses graze and Spanish moss hangs still on a breezeless summer day, an elections experiment was about to get underway.
Homeowners hate repair costs, but it could always be worse: repairs to Miami-Dade County’s outdated water infrastructure will cost over $1 billion, and they will not be completed anytime soon.
There’s no good time for a water main break, but rush hour on a Friday is definitely among the worst. That’s what city officials in Ft. Lauderdale were handed after a broken pipe closed part of Andrew Avenue Friday afternoon.
Residents in Sweetwater got a reprieve from the federal government Monday that could stand to save homeowners upwards of $5,000.
If you’ve been driven on South Florida roads, you’ve experienced the gridlock that defines the driving experience for all of us. But, it turns out that Miami isn’t even in the Top 10 for the most congested cities, according to a new study from Texas A&M University.