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Monday 06/19/2017
HURRICANE GUIDE - Best and Worst for Hurricane Boat Prep

BEST:

Posted: June 19, 2017
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Sunday 06/18/2017
Bass Pro Shops Donating 40,000 Rods and Reels in Effort to Get Kids Outside

Gone Fishing movement aims to introduce fishing to families everywhere with free activities, donations and partnerships.

Posted: June 18, 2017
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Saturday 06/17/2017
Keys Authorities Searching for Two Missing Men

Paul Thomas Murray

Posted: June 17, 2017
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HURRICANE GUIDE - Hurricane Timeline To-Do List

When a Hurricane is 36 HOURS from arriving

Posted: June 17, 2017
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Friday 06/16/2017
HURRICANE GUIDE - Prepare for Hurricane Season in South Dade

After ending an 11-year stormless streak in 2016, Florida enters its annual hurricane season on Thursday with forecasters predicting an above-average season.

Updated: June 16, 2017 - 11:14 am
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Council Approves Pay Raises

A six-member Homestead City Council unanimously approved a 2.5% pay raise for all City employees at its Committee of the Whole meeting on Wednesday June 13.

Posted: June 16, 2017
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Homestead Celebrates the State of the City

Homestead’s annual State of the City address at the Seminole Theatre on June 7 was a sold-out event although impacted by the stormy weather.

Posted: June 16, 2017
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Homestead Nurseryman Receives Top Award

Mark Wilson named 2017 Farmer of the Year

Posted: June 16, 2017
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Saturday 06/10/2017
Troop 457 graduates 13 Eagle Scouts

2017 has been another great year for Boy Scout Troop 457.

Posted: June 10, 2017
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Friday 06/09/2017
PFC Johnnie Little Grave Marker Update

The effort to secure a government issued tombstone marker for the unmarked grave of Homestead serviceman Johnnie Little, who was killed in action during World War II, is moving forward. He was buried in Miami City Cemetery where many, many fallen warriors are. Their graves are marked with their service and record of their ultimate sacrifice, unlike Johnnie's, which remains unmarked more than 70 years after his death.

Updated: June 16, 2017 - 11:13 am
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Free Summer Food Program Comes to Homestead

The school year ends this week which is bad news for children dependent on subsidized meals. Teachers have long noted decreased performance levels when students are hungry.

Posted: June 09, 2017
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Well known Miami Doctor Arrested, Charged in Elderly Abuse Case

A prominent doctor from Miami was arrested this week in connection with an elderly abuse case in Key Largo which has been under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit and other state and federal agencies since November.

Posted: June 09, 2017
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Life Lessons from Beautiful Guide Dogs

More from our wonderful visit to the Hawaiin islands.

Posted: June 09, 2017
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National Park Service Selects New Campground Operator for Flamingo

Family camping and excursions coming back to hidden gem of the Everglades.

Posted: June 09, 2017
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Rapid Transport Moving at a Snails Pace for South Dade

Wednesday night, May 31st: a standing room only crowd squeezed into the auditorium on the 2nd floor of the South Dade Library in Cutler Bay.

Posted: June 09, 2017
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Saturday 06/03/2017
Three Florida Ports Get Funding for Projects

News Service of Florida

Posted: June 03, 2017
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Friday 06/02/2017
State Focuses on Renewed Zika Threat

Florida's largely dry conditions, which might appear to be more conducive to wildfires, shouldn't be seen as a reason to reduce vigilance in preventing the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

Posted: June 02, 2017
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Road Rage on the Stretch

A Fort Lauderdale man was arrested early Wednesday after he pointed a handgun at the passenger of a car in an apparent road rage incident.

Posted: June 02, 2017
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South Dade High School Rededicates Horticultural Center in Honor of Beloved Teacher Gene Herring

It is fitting that a rededication honoring Gene Herring, “the Father of the Agricultural Program of South Dade High” was held and that his wife Joyce and their daughter Kris were there to unveil the new sign. It is also fitting that I toss my article away and submit the words of his wife Joyce and daughter Kris.

Posted: June 02, 2017
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Homestead Man Killed Over Parking Space

A Homestead man was shot dead over an argument about a parking space in a crowded tourist spot on Memorial Day Weekend.

Posted: June 02, 2017
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