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Residents demand transparency before voting deadline

“Speak the truth, and shame the Devil,” goes the popular Christian saying, and the policy makers of the City of Miami Gardens are following cue, telling residents, both Black and white, as much as they can when it comes to ...

David Beckham unveils new soccer stadium

The good news is that it’s big, lavish and the perfect fit for downtown’s stunning transformation into a world class metropolis. The bad news is that it may lure away the University of Miami Hurricanes football team from Sun Life ...

SEED plants outreach efforts in Black enclaves

By 7 p.m. at least 30 seats remained empty in the community room, where an open house for the new SEED School of Miami, the first and only boarding school in Miami Gardens. At least 20 people including parents, children ...

Opa-locka joins final push for health care enrollments

With five days to go, residents all over Miami are scrambling in a last minute rush to sign up for President Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Plan. The Opa-locka Community Development Corporations will hold a Health and Resource Fair on Saturday to ...

Key Clubhouse offers holistic mental health services

Twenty-five. That’s the amount of individuals it took daily to push the small Key Clubhouse, that included five 1,200 feet oblong tables designated for employment, orientations and other tasks, to its capacity. Once the Clubhouse expanded its membership, it needed ...

Pressure builds Miami Gardens makes stadium demands

Pressure is mounting in Miami Gardens over the proposed Sun Stadium deal as Mayor Gilbert issued strong demands to business and county leaders to help keep millions of dollars in revenue in his city. Gilbert is seeking to keep $1 ...

Deliver us from evil

An intense battle to remove a defiant pastor from Northside Church of God in Miami will intensify Wednesday evening when members and church leaders seeking to oust Mark Gardner, will vote to revoke his license from the organization amid numerous ...

Last ditch effort for healthcare enrollments

Dozens of agencies and churches in Liberty City, Overtown and Miami began their final push to sign up thousands of residents who have not enrolled in President Obama’s Affordable Healthcare plan before the deadline at the end of month. From ...

Miami Gardens schedules next bond meeting

Miami Gardens will hold a second town hall meeting for the proposed $60 million general obligation bond referendum on March 20th at 7 pm at the Pentecostal Tabernacle International Church located at 18415 NW 7th Avenue. Policy makers will hear ...

Miami students driven to success

Vroom, vroom, vroom. What’s that sound? Two driven Miami high school students found themselves on the path to success after they were chosen from more than 1,000 applicants for Ford’s “What Drives Your Dream” essay contest.

North Miami Councilwoman investigated for ethics violations

Thousands of dollars in high-end upgrades have landed North Miami Councilwoman Marie Steril in hot water with the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust, which found probable cause in investigating her for allegedly violating the county ethics code.

Dunn sentencing delayed until May 5

JACKSONVILLE- Michael Dunn, who was found guilty on three counts of second degree murder in the criminal trial of the killing death of 17-year old Jordan Davis, will not be sentenced until a new trial. A judge has agreed to ...

Last One Standing

At the height of its success, Mop City Barbershop enjoyed hundreds of loyal clientele who came from as far as Ft. Lauderdale seeking the most stylish looks that made the venerable Liberty City institution a cut above its closest competitors. ...

Bullard seeks prayers from community

Senator Dwight Bullard (D-39) continued his quest to gain clemency for Marissa Alexander and Michael Giles, appealing to lawmakers to help overturn recent convictions involving the use of firearms for self-defense. In an open letter sent via e-mail, Bullard requested ...

Millions on the line for Miami Gardens in proposed Sun Life Stadium deal

Miami Gardens stands to lose $1 million a year if Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wins tax breaks under a new proposal with Miami-Dade County. Ross announced his proposal on Monday asking county leaders to waive about $4 millions in ...