Mayor Tomas Regalado
Jungle Island has found a private investor who is willing to help the financially strapped park come up with the money it needs for a federal loan payment due this fall. But there’s a catch.
In a carefully orchestrated press conference to coincide with a visit by President Barack Obama, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado spoke about what cuts to a federal grant would mean for programs which help low income residents, the elderly and children with working parents.
Miami leaders are hoping the sweet science of boxing may be able to keep local kids away from criminal activity.
City of Miami officials want the public to know that it’s great to ring in the New Year with a celebration as long as it doesn’t involve gunfire.
The City of Miami Police Department is now looking for a few good men and women after it lifted a 2-year hiring freeze.
City of Miami commissioners are meeting Thursday to discuss possibly hiring more police officers.
Recently ousted City of Miami police chief Miguel Exposito is fighting back against the very people who fired him last month.
With Miami’s unemployment rate still in the double digits, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, Commissioner Richard Dunn III and Congresswoman Frederica Wilson have launched an initiative to get many in their communities back to work.
The budget battle is heating up for the City of Miami, and the city has an ultimatum for its unions: renegotiate contracts or face big cuts.
The union representing Miami city employees have decided to table its vote on whether to join an effort to recall Mayor Tomas Regalado.