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Yes, “Rallye”, not “Rally” because it’s time again for the Redland Riot Road

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The Florida Department of Transportation announced a public meeting Tuesday January 21, 2020 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Phichol Williams Community Center in Homestead.

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There are multiple events taking place this weekend and later this month that the Sheriff’s Office expects will impact traffic. Plan accordingly and take note the times and days of events. Anyone reading this is urged to share the information with friends, neighbors, coworkers as well as on …

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Mobile Home and RV Parks are familiar local communities and Boardwalk is well established with 165 manufactured homes and space for

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Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried isn’t joining the bipartisan support for a revised trade deal with Canada and Mexico that is backed by Republican President Donald Trump and the Democratic-run U.S. House.

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Shooting suspects lead police on a high-speed car chase throughout Florida City and Homestead on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 17, before bailing out of the disabled vehicle and being captured. Theentire episode was captured by helicopter news cams and watched live throughout Miami.

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Volunteers at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery in Pennsylvania would have assuredly been dressed more warmly than those who gathered at Palm Woodlawn Cemetery Saturday, Dec 14, 2019. Their purpose though was the same; to honor and remember veterans as part of National Wreaths Across Amer…

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Children become aware of the joy of helping others at different ages. For some, it’s watching people around them or being taken with a parent to participate in a giving-type event.

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The Card Sound Toll Annual Pass is available for purchase at the Monroe County Building Department Office in the Visitor’s Center at the Ocean Reef Club on Tuesdays through Thursdays through Dec. 18 and then from Dec. 30 through Jan. 30.

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For several weeks we have been listening to multiple opinions on the future of South Dade in preparation for what has been called “the showdown” at the Ag Practices meeting to be held Dec. 4th at the Ag Extension Center.

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Colonel David Piffarerio, Commander, 482d Fighter Wing (482d FW), Homestead Air Reserve Base (HARB) is accustomed to participating in

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As the child of migrant workers, Vicky Saldivar knew what it was like to frequently move. Even though her parents settling in Homestead two weeks prior to Hurricane Andrew might not have been ideal timing, they, like many others who remained, watched the town rise from destruction and rebuil…

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In August of 2019, federal environmental regulators disclosed a controversial proposal to be enacted in the Florida Keys in order to protect corals and marine life. These new proposals entail eight no-fishing zones, a regulation on the boats on which many people reside near shore, along with…

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The Rotary Club of Homestead held its 2019 Homestead Style Gala, (no suits or black ties) November 8th at the Harris Field Pavilion to a sell out crowd. All gathered for the best ever Smoked Prime Rib cooked by incoming Mayor, Steve Losner, a forth generation Rotarian. Complimenting the main…

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Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell brought together many points of view to expedite the cause of water quality, quantity and management throughout Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.

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During Tuesday night’s Florida City Commission Meeting, the committee approved the first reading of a city ordinance to approve a small-scale land use amendment, from the commercial category to a medium-high density residential category. This zoning change would take place on a 6-acre proper…

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When Brightseasons was founded in 2017 with their mission statement of: “To help those who are going through a tough season in any way we can in the hopes they will pay it forward one day”, they also adopted the motto, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

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The event which provided over 20 Elementary School students with new shoes, a book bag, a school uniform, and assorted school supplies was held Sunday. It was organized by SBC Community Development Corporation in partnership with DTLR’s Homestead Store.

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On September 19, the Florida Tomato Exchange (FTE) welcomed the signing of a new agreement suspending dumping of tomatoes from Mexico in U.S. markets at below floor prices, thus hopefully allowing Florida growers the ability to regain some of the advantages Mexico enjoyed over the last 25 ye…

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Anyone who has ever attended the lively annual Women in Agriculture Luncheon knows the strong and enduring role women have played in farming, especially in what we call Deep South Dade. And in the 100-plus years of our local communities, the Dade County Farm Bureau is, “Dade County’s oldest …

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Lies have always come easily to men and women who profit from preying on others. Among the more sinister crimes that occurs literally every moment of every day is sex trafficking, a distinct subset of human trafficking.

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez and the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners have announced that the County will be spearheading relief efforts for the residents of The Bahamas, where many islands have been hit hard by Hurricane Dorian’s devastating strength.

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AT&T contractors and technicians throughout Miami-Dade have been on strike since last Thursday because of unfair labor conditions and no fair

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Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for 26 counties Wednesday in anticipation of a powerful hit from Hurricane Dorian during the Labor Day weekend.