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Chloe Herring | 6/12/2014, 1:43 p.m.
One of Miami's historic Black educational institutions will become a thing of the past when Miami Edison Middle School opens its doors in the fall under a different name.
In a heated community hearing, Miami-Dade’s Planning and Advisory Board rejected Opa-locka’s plan to annex an area that includes Miami-Dade College’s North Campus.
After millions of dollars spent on luxuries and upgrades to apartment units and parking lots, an Opa-locka tenant suffers a serious and likely avoidable fall.
Most ladies can recall a moment in their lives where they were tempted to do the unthinkable — ditching the pretty yet painful heels and just walking to or from their next destination shoeless.
The taste of the Caribbean Islands will come to South Florida this weekend with the third annual Colors of the Caribbean Festival, a free event hosted by the Caribbean American Heritage Foundation Inc.