So. Florida Music Superstars Attend Event To Save Miami Marine Stadium Two local music icons are joining the National Trust for Historic Preservation Thursday night at the Coral Gables Museum all in the name of the Miami Marine Stadium.
Car Belonging To Notorious Nazi To Be Restored In S. FloridaA specially designed Mercedes Benz that served both the head of the Luftwaffe and as a symbol of the Allied victory was recently discovered in North Carolina and will be brought to South Florida for restoration.
Commission Grants Nonprofit Group Control Of Miami Marine Stadium RestorationA nonprofit group, with plans on renovating the graffiti-filled yet iconic Miami Marine Stadium in Key Biscayne, got the approval needed Thursday when city commissioners voted in favor of granting them control of the full site
House Panel Approves Everglades Plan Amid Cost ArgumentsA House panel unanimously approved a bill to update the restoration plan for the Everglades over the objections of environmental groups Thursday, setting the stage for what could be a complicated battle over the next phase of repairs for the "River of Grass."
$80M In New Funding For Everglades RestorationGood news for the Florida Everglades. The Obama administration is announcing $80 million in additional funding to help in Everglades restoration.
Federal Report Shows Little Progress In Everglades Despite recent restoration efforts, little progress has been made in restoring the Everglades and the fragile ecosystem continues to be degraded as projects with the greatest potential benefits are put off, a congressionally mandated report released Thursday found.
Ft. Lauderdale Postpones Roadway Project On E. Las Olas BlvdCity officials in Fort Lauderdale are postponing the restoration and resurfacing of East Las Olas Boulevard at the Royal Plaza Drive intersection, which was set to begin Monday.
Bahamas Opens Airport, Seaports, Eyes Irene DamageHurricane Irene has left the Bahamas, and Friday morning, tourists stranded by the storm are leaving after Nassau's airport and seaport reopened. Now, the job of assessing the damage left behind has begun.
Makeover For Moms Who Can't Afford The BlingIf you've ever wondered why the rich look so good, it's because they can afford plastic surgery. For those without the benjamins, it's not so easy, but this Mothers' Day, there's hope for those who need help but can't afford the bill.

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