Florida Power & Light’s 4th quarter net income and for all of 2011, as compared to the previous year, according to a report issued Friday.
Since it first opened in 1995 under hotelier Ian Schrager, the Delano has maintained its uber-cool reputation, but now the hotel is getting an even greater facelift.
It’s a campaign aimed to get Londoners to defrost their swimsuit, thaw out and visit the sunnier climes of Fort Lauderdale, all while pushing tourism to South Florida.
The Miami Marlins are looking for a few good dancers, cheerleaders and gymnasts. The team is holding open auditions on Saturday for new members to join the 2012 Miami Marlins Energy Team.
Hand cycle, trike and bicycle riders made their way to Miami Beach Thursday morning, and it was all in good spirit for a good cause.
Thirteen communities across the U.S., including Opa-Locka, will split $3.6 million to use towards grassroots efforts to revitalize housing and their community, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced Tuesday.
Six candidates vying for the chance to become Hollywood’s next city manager will have their chance during individual interviews Friday.
As 2011 draws to a close, it could only mean one of many things, besides whipping out that New Years resolutions list. It’s time for another year in review as we begin our top stories of 2011 coming out of Florida, especially here at home in South Florida.
The Miami Rescue Mission, along with Broward Outreach Centers, shared Christmas cheer by feeding the homeless and needy, and it’s their biggest holiday celebration to date.
Over three dozen firefighters battled a blaze that damaged four luxury yachts at a marina in Coconut Grove Saturday.