"Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.”
Police have arrested a South Dade Middle School teacher for battery on a law enforcement officer and child abuse with no harm.
he Nuclear Regulatory Commission began a special inspection on Wednesday at Florida Power & Light’s Turkey Point nuclear power plant in Homestead to assess the failure of a safety-related electrical bus that resulted in the plant declaring an alert.
Miss Homestead Pageant to be held
Alan Chambers moved to the Homestead area last year to create only-in-Miami-Dade food.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez was joined on Wednesday by City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, City of Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine and Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade Administrator Dr. Lillian Rivera for a briefing on the status of the County’s mosquito control efforts for 2017. The key message and take-away from the meeting: Miami-Dade County is fully prepared and ready for Mosquito Season 2017, which is actually a year-round responsibility.
Homestead/South Dade Kiwanis Club 42nd Annual Community Prayer Breakfast
Kostopoulos Guilty of Stealing from Migrant Workers in South Dade
On March 26, 1961, under the guidance of the Catholic Church, a plane arrived from Cuba carrying a group of boys who were escaping the coming wrath of Communism that was being instituted by Fidel Castro. This rescue movement was dubbed “Operation Peter Pan” and would bring in thousands of youths at the request of concerned parents who were forced to remain in their homeland.
Giant Tortoises Stolen from Redland Farm
The testing wars have returned to Tallahassee.
President Donald Trump on Thursday nominated FIU law dean R. Alexander Acosta for the position of secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor.
One of the favorite Homestead events of the year is coming up quick. Save the date for the evening of Friday, February 24th. You'll enjoy the fun and excitement of the Rotary Club of Homestead's 33rd Annual Fundraiser at the Harris Field Pavilion on Campbell Drive (SW 312 street) and US #1.
Washington, D.C. –
What if the right thing actually happened? Someone sees an injustice that needs repaired, and guess what? People who can help work together and make it better.
Suk-He Lyon has a big heart. She tries to comfort those who are afflicted with cancer with a gift she makes by hand. They are called Angel Hats, colorful manifestations of yarn and her love. She sends them to hospitals around the country for kids and adults alike.
President Barack Obama is ending a longstanding immigration policy that allows any Cuban who makes it to U.S. soil to stay and become a legal resident, a senior administration official said Thursday.
The rumor goes that Jamal Rollins had his hands up when Miami-Dade Police opened fire on him, ending his life last week. And before that, as of yet unfounded, narrative created more strife, community leaders tried to ease the tension this Tuesday with a meeting for answers.
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