Mario Chalmers is used to hearing cheers from the home crowd—but the cheers heard at the YMCA in South Dade is a whole different feeling for the Heat player.
This year Neighbors 4 Neighbors is celebrating its 20th anniversary. It has teamed up with some pretty important groups in the community including the YMCA of Greater Miami and Broward County for a special project for kindness and the kids in our community.
Good karma has made its way to the YMCA in Hollywood. Workers were busy Tuesday morning installing 10 new 50” inch flat screen TVs at the facility.
Surveillance tapes may not be much help to Hollywood police as they try to track down the individuals who broke into a YMCA over the weekend and stole nearly a dozen flat screen TVs.
Monday was a big day for the YMCA in Hollywood. The organization reopened its facilities after having to temporarily close after the large sewer leak on November 16.
Cleanup continues in Hollywood in the wake of that nasty sewage spill last week.
A second meeting is scheduled Tuesday night in Hollywood to address concerns about sewage clean-up efforts. Monday night, dozens of residents impacted by last week’s massive sewer main break, aired their concerns about the pace and progress of the cleanup.
Crews in Hollywood continue working to clean up a disgusting and stinky situation. The sewer pipeline that burst last week is now fully fixed but the clean-up effort on Taft street between Park Road and I-95 is just getting started.
Repair work on the Taft Street sewer pipeline will continue into the overnight hours Saturday evening and Sunday morning, according to the city.
After days of raw sewage spewing from a ruptured four foot wide sewage line, crews finally fixed he breach and pout the line back in service Friday afternoon, leaving behind a massive stench and a nasty clean-up job.