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Newcomers to Homestead may not be familiar with either the original Royal Palm Grill and Deli or the newer version, both on Krome Avenue. For regulars though who have seen many changes over the decades, the latest will have a personal touch.

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According to Homestead police, at approximately 9:00 pm Friday night, Feb. 14, two employees of MIA Towing, located at 111 SW 3rd Ave., in Homestead were shuffling vehicles within their lot when they observed a male burglarizing the employee's vehicle.  

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The staff of Homestead’s Mexican American Council (MAC) take time occasionally to sit down together for an informal lunch. “You can’t find a better group of young people than here,” Cip Garza, MAC co-founder, said in looking around the table. “They’re motivated, confident, and have a tremend…

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A 31-year-old Miami-Dade County man was arrested Monday by Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Detectives following an investigation into high-end marine GPS electronics thefts that would not have been possible without the help of one local citizen and partnerships with the Broward and Palm Beach…

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Floridians would get sales-tax breaks before hurricane season and the new school year, while taxes on commercial leases and cell phones and other communications services would be trimmed, under a tax package rolled out Tuesday in the House.

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A Senate committee on Tuesday approved a watered-down proposal aimed at preventing undocumented immigrants from getting jobs in the state, an issue that has long divided Florida Republicans and is sowing discord among prominent business leaders.

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Flames crackling through landscape close to the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center in the Everglades National Park and smoke visible from a distance are not always cause for alarm. Tuesday, February 4, 2020, was another day of fires deliberately set as a planned prescribed burn; an important aspec…

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To help Super Bowl LIV travelers kick off their departure from Miami the day after the big game, and score touchdowns in their home cities, the Miami-Dade Aviation Department teamed up with the Transportation Security Administration, participating airlines and service providers to design a w…

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Encounter live animals, try local organic foods, enjoy live music, learn about South Florida ecosystems, take the Trolley to the National Parks, and more…all at the sixth annual Homestead Eco-Fair!

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The Royal Palm area at Everglades National Park is on fire. Smoke fills the air, and wind blows burnt plant debris up into the sky and, sometimes, into people’s faces.

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On Tuesday night, January 28, after several months of campaigning by six candidates for Commissioner in Florida City, the voting results confirmed no clear winner in the race, resulting in an upcoming run-off vote for two seats on the council. The run-off election will be Tuesday, Feb. 18th.

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Wheel of Fortune has selected South Florida to be celebrated as one of its “Great American Cities” during a specially-themed week airing February 3-7, 2020. South Florida will be showcased with a custom set reminiscent of the iconic South Beach in Miami.

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When Homestead talks Rodeo, the fans immediately think of action, fun, food, beverages, and a wide assortment of vendors. Well according to Jim Bauman, president of the Homestead Rodeo Association, “This year is bigger and better than ever with more top notched riders from all over the count…

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A tradition that spans seventy-one years with few interruptions is something to celebrate as the Homestead Rodeo Association will show with multiple activities January 22-26, 2020 when the Homestead Championship Rodeo kicks off.

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With the majority of Super Bowl LIV ticketholders projected to travel through Miami International Airport, passenger traffic at the airport is expected to be above average on the three days prior to and the day after Super Bowl Sunday.

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Martin Luther King’s dream of racial equality for all, benefitting all, was in full effect last Friday January 17 at the annual Martin Luther King Day Community Breakfast.