Coconut Grove Centerpiece CocoWalk Receives 21st Century UpgradeCocoWalk sits at the cross section of major streets in Miami’s historic Coconut Grove neighborhood. But following a renovation, it’s no longer your mom and dad’s CocoWalk anymore.
Miami Dolphins Partners With Corporate Sponsors To Host This Year's 'Dolphins Challenge Cancer'The Miami Dolphins have always been aggressive in the fight against cancer. This year is no exception, as the team is hosting the Dolphins Challenge Cancer.
Pandemic Putting Crimp In Nonprofit's Programs That Help The Homeless Find JobsA South Florida nonprofit that operates successful programs which get the homeless off the streets and into gainful employment, is facing a budget crisis.
'We Were Challenged': City Of Miami Fire Rescue Never Lost Services Despite COVID ImpactsWhen the COVID pandemic first began more than a year ago, the City of Miami Fire Rescue Department was hit with cases. Despite that, the department and its firefighters have kept every ambulance going and provides much needed services to those who can’t easily get a COVID test or vaccine.
Sitting On Biden COVID-19 Task Force, Broward High School Student Backs Policies That Will Bring Students Back To The ClassromsLocal high school student Vincent Toranzo, born and raised in Pembroke Pines, has taken a seat on an administration panel that is charged with making sure all Americas are treated equally when it comes to combating the pandemic.
Broward Woman Who Survived Frightening Battle With COVID In Shock Some Deny PandemicA year after a frightening battle with COVID-19, a Broward County beautician cannot believe there are people who still do not believe the pandemic is real.
‘It Makes Me Feel Safe’: John Knox Village Residents Say Hefty Entrance Fee Is Totally Worth It In The Time Of COVID
A Year Into Pandemic, Medical Personnel At Memorial Regional Hospital Reflect On COVID-19A year since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency room staffers at Memorial Regional Hospital will tell you that a regular day is anything but regular.
'We Were Able To Adapt': A Student, Teacher, & Principal Reflect On Pandemic ChallengesWhether you were a student, a teacher or a principal, going to school during the coronavirus pandemic was a huge challenge in 2020.
Tired Of Setting Your Clock Forward In Spring? Lawmakers Consider Keeping Daylight Saving Time Year-RoundAre you tired of setting your clock forward in spring and back in the fall? Would you like to have more daylight after work in the winter months? Once again, the move is on to keep daylight savings time permanent and the charge is being led by Florida's own Senator Marco Rubio.
Staging Smaller Weddings Helps Local Event Planner Stay Afloat During COVID PandemicMany South Florida couples did not let COVID get in the way of their wedding plans, many downsized and more than a few scrapped foreign destination weddings to hold them locally.
Taking Advantage Of Tax Breaks, Companies From Near, Far Opening Offices In South FloridaOnce again, the real estate market is hot in South Florida and companies from near and far are finding that taking advantage of tax breaks makes perfect sense to open offices in the area.
Major Food Distribution Groups Still Scrambling To Keep Up With Demand A Year Into PandemicIt’s been a year since the pandemic began, and major food distribution agencies are still scrambling to keep up with demand.
Customer Loyalty During The Pandemic Helped Some Mom & Pop Businesses SurviveThe coronavirus pandemic has been a tough go for small businesses. While some have failed, a surprising number have made it through.
Drive-Thru Innovation Helped 'Robert Is Here Fruit Stand' Survive During Coronavirus PandemicRobert Is Here is a South Florida institution, a famous tropical fruit stand that draws tourists and regulars from far and wide.