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Miami, Florida is located in Miami Dade County. Zip codes in Miami, FL include 33245, 33238, and 33132. The median home price in Miami is $385,000 which is roughly $252/per square foot. More Miami information.

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4 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Get ready for Ronin Pro Wrestling with Leva Bates, Tommy Dreamer,...

At Totally Dog's Redland campus, there's a pool where timid dogs can wade and the bolder ones can jump right in. "> At Totally Dog's Redland campus, there's a pool where timid dogs can wade and the bolder ones can jump right in.

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17 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Entrepreneurship datebook and startup news to note

Join the weekly civic hack sessions in Wynwood, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, The LAB Miami, 400 NW 26th St. More info: thelabmiami.com South Florida startups make pitches, present their challenges and gain feedback, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Venture Hive, 1010 NE Second Ave., Miami. More info or to sign up to present: 1millioncups.com/Miami .

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Yesterday | The Miami Herald

We're back in Business: Weekday section returns

Starting this week, we are bringing back a stand-alone weekday Business section as part of our broader effort to bolster our coverage. And just in time for football season, we are moving to a beefy sports section that packages our expanded fall coverage of the Miami Dolphins, NFL and college football along with all other South Florida sports, into one color-packed section on Sundays and Mondays.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

WTVY Dothan

Regional News: Ala motorcycle; Zip Line over Chattahoochee; Miami...

Alabama entrepreneurs Lee Conn and Brian Case are out to prove that American-made motorcycles shouldn't all have to look like the laid-back cruisers made by Harley-Davidson. Motus Motorcycles founders are building a sport-touring machine, designed both for traveling in comfort over long distances and for more spirited riding once you reach prime motorcycling roads.

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The Miami Herald

Miami Theater Center revamps two different plays for its 2014-2015 season

Chris Blythe, left, and Jackie Brown participated in the Swim to Alligator Lighthouse as a relay team last year, but this time they are each doing it solo. "> Chris Blythe, left, and Jackie Brown participated in the Swim to Alligator Lighthouse as a relay team last year, but this time they are each doing it solo.

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FireHouse.com

Miami-Dade Plans to Share Fire Boats, Crews With Cities

Sept. 10--Miami-Dade County and the city of Miami would share boats and crews under a new plan by Mayor Carlos Gimenez to end a three-year stalemate with unions over how to revive the county's fire-boat fleet. Under the draft plan, Miami and Miami Beach would provide some crew members for Miami's downtown fire boat, and Miami would provide some crew for a 50-foot county fire boat to be docked in the northern part of Biscayne Bay, Gimenez said Wednesday.

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The Miami Herald

UM architecture professora s etchings of Rome on display through Friday

Most know Rome as the Eternal City, but for University of Miami professor Thomas Spain, it is also a destination of endless knowledge to consume visually. From its grand arches to its stunning architecture, the city has never failed to enthrall the architecture professor.

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Brandon Sun

Edwidge Danticat, Gary Victor highlight Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Miami's Little Haiti

The Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair opens Saturday evening at the Little Haiti Cultural Center with presentations by Haitian novelist and playwright Gary Victor and Haitian-American novelist and Miami resident Edwidge Danticat. The fair continues Sunday with a daylong street fair and traditional Haitian music and dancing along colorful N.E. 2nd Ave. Libreri Mapou bookstore owner Jan Mapou tells The Miami Herald that the fair aims to promote local Haitian writers to a wider audience.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Miami Herald

Primary care to expand with federal funds

As the country struggles with a shortage of primary care doctors, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday that it would give $13.4 million to 48 health centers in Florida to expand primary care services. The grants, established by the Affordable Care Act, will pay the salaries of about 215 health workers statewide and enable health centers to stay open longer, as well as to expand care in dentistry, mental health and ophthalmology, HHS said in a statement.

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Local10.com

Flashy Miami Worldcenter development's gains spark debate about economic progress

While standing about a block away from the Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. federal courthouse in Miami, Jose Rios said "having no money" made him feel "invisible." Rios was setting up a sleeping area early Friday morning on a sidewalk next to an empty parking lot.

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Miami New Times

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Boxing and Brunch,...

Happy Friday. If you've been inside just about any store, you've noticed pumpkins, ghouls,and candy on display -- which means that Miami is gearing up for fall -- even though it's still about a grillion degrees outside.

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Business Journal

Coral Gables retail complex sold for $17M

Marcus & Millichap First VP Douglas K. Mandel and Associate VP Benjamin H. Silver represented the seller, Coral Gables-based Sontona Corner LLC, led by Danny S. Taha . It was acquired by 172 Realty LLC, an affiliate of New York-based ABC Properties.

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Miami New Times

Miami's Ten Best Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

Spellbound: A Fire & Ice Reunion and Erasure After Party. With Lovers Revenge, DJs Cecilia Cruz, Mystic Bill, and Jose Strummer.

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Miami New Times

Miami PARK(ing) Day to Turn Parking Spots Into Pop-Up Parks

As Miami's population booms, the debate about parking only gets more contentious . But what if we were a city who needed fewer parking spots, thus freeing up more public space? What would we do with it? How would our sense of community change? These questions are the domain of PARK Day , a global event on Friday, September 19, when metered parking spots are turned into mini-parks.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Local10.com

Miami police officer threatens police aid before death, friends say

A veteran Miami police officer told friends he threatened to report the Miami police public service aid -- accused of killing him in Pembroke Pines -- to internal affairs. The two Miami police employees' romantic affair wasn't working out.

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CBS Local

Miami Could Be Latest South Florida City To Ban Puppy Sales

Police are looking for a man who allegedly stabbed another man outside a club over the weekend. Miami Police said an altercation occurred outside Club Mekka at 950 Northeast 2nd Avenue Sunday just after 7:30 a.m. The victim, 31-year-old Marlon Sanchez, and the subject were with separate groups of friends.

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Business Journal

Sabadell United Bank finances apartment project on Miami River

Sabadell United Bank granted a $35.5 million construction loan for the Miami River Apartments.

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Beacon

A Necessity and not a commodity: Bridge over SW 8th st. desperately needed.

In order to ensure the safety of the increased pedestrian traffic resulting from the construction of 109 Tower, the intersection at 8th Street and 109th Avenue is in desperate need of improvements. Since the start of the new semester and the opening of the residential tower, I have been witness to several near accidents on the highly traveled intersection by pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles.

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Miami New Times

Ten Best $5 Lunches in Miami

After previously covering Top Ten Lunch Specials in Miami for Under $10 and Best Food Items in Miami for $1 it was time to find some middle ground with that midday meal. A $5 lunch should leave you just full enough and with the sweet satisfaction that you got a good deal.

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The Miami Herald

Miami Beach police arrest man suspected of vandalizing synagogue

Miami Beach police arrested a man who they say scrawled hate group markings on a synagogue, less than 24 hours after the desecration. Maximo de la Cruz-de Jesus, 43, was picked out of a lineup early Tuesday night by a witness, and was later arrested and charged with criminal mischief at a place of worship by Beach police.

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