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July 21, 2018 by Marilyn Moore Folger (Register to contact)

Is going to be June 7-9 2019.

The Ghost and Mrs. Sweeney: Starting Over

June 5, 2016 by David Lapham (Register to contact)

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Sick of speeders on your street? Put away the middle finger, try ‘traffic calming’  Miami Herald

Cut-through traffic has gotten so bad in one formerly tranquil pocket of Coral Gables that a pickup truck barreling through the neighborhood lost control and ...



Judi Ashworth is a true product of Coral Gables  Miami's Community Newspapers

Judi Ashworth is a true product of Coral Gables. A graduate of Coral Gables High School and then the University of Miami, Ashworth has become a much-loved ...



Live election coverage: Polls open in Florida on Election Day  Bradenton Herald

Polls have now closed in South Florida. If you were in line to vote before 7 p.m., you can still cast your ballot. Follow here for live election results as we get them.



Nikki Fried taps Miami Democrat Barzee Flores for Deputy Commissioner  Tampa Bay Times

Miami attorney and one-time congressional candidate Mary Barzee Flores was tapped by Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Monday to serve as the ...



Two dead after shooting at Equinox Gym at Merrick Park in Coral Gables  Miami Herald

A popular personal trainer who apparently had been fired from his job earlier in the day fatally shot one of his former co-workers and critically wounded another ...



BioTECH@Richmond Heights students ask astronauts questions during live Earth to space call  WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) - Students at a Coral Gables high school got the chance to speak to astronauts on board the International Space Station.



The legend of Coral Gables’ star Larry Rentz continues to live on  MiamiHerald.com

Lisa Dudley Rentz calls it “The Jello Factor.” It typically begins after introductions at business meetings, cocktail parties, even at a fitness gym.



Student Spotlight – Savannah Payne  Miami's Community Newspapers

Coral Gables High senior Savannah Payne is president of Twenty Little Working Girls, a community *service* organization that raises money to distribute to ...



Critical Mass Friday to tie up Miami streets. This time, it’s personal.  Miami Herald

Critical Mass, the monthly bike ride of thousands of cyclists, is Friday through Miami, Miami Beach and North Bay Village. Janna Pelle, a Brooklyn indie pop ...



Pembroke Pines student learns it’s a felony to threaten to shoot ‘enemies,’ cops say  Bradenton Herald

Jeremy Ossa, 19, a Somerset Academy North school student, was charged by Pembroke Pines Police with a second degree felony after he “joked” about ...



Florida School Survivors Get Support From Students, Celebrities  Miami, FL Patch

School Survivors Get Support From Students, Celebs - Miami, FL - Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said that his deputies have begun patrolling area schools with ...



Katerina Stewart of Coral Gables wins USTA Pro Circuit title in Gainesville  MiamiHerald.com

In an all-Florida final at the USTA Pro Circuit Gainesville $10,000 Women's Tennis Tournament, top-seeded Katerina Stewart of Coral Gables outlasted qualifier ...



Dolphins coach Adam Gase still unsure if Frank Gore will play in preseason  Sun Sentinel

Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase and veteran running back Frank Gore at some point will have “the talk” before Saturday night's exhibition game against the ...



Dolphins RB Frank Gore doesn't play vs. Buccaneers; QB Ryan Tannehill only plays one series  Sun Sentinel

Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore was among those who didn't play in the Dolphins' NFL preseason opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Hard ...



South Florida high schoolers meet Holocaust survivors during Student Awareness Day  Sun Sentinel

Four hundred Miami-Dade County high school students met 34 Holocaust and second generation survivors at the Miami-Dade County Student Awareness Day: ...



He tried to kill his wife with a hammer, cops say. But he wasn't done  Bradenton Herald

A Florida man, who was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder, confessed to killing his wife with a hammer as their young son slept nearby.



Philanthropist, Miami native Patricia Wallace dies at 72  Miami Herald

Philanthropist, socialite Pat Wallace chaired numerous events and sat on several boards, including the Humane Society of Greater Miami, the Salvation Army ...



‘Is Amy There?’  Miami Herald

From the archives: This feature, which was printed in the Miami Herald on December 17, 1995, was written by Herald staff writer Meg Laughlin. Laughlin passed ...



Dolphins running back Frank Gore, at 35 now the co-starter, setting an example and raising eyebrows  Sun Sentinel

When Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore gets the ball during training camp, you know it. He runs hard, he runs with purpose, and he usually gains yards.



Meningitis suspected in death of Georgetown student from S. Florida  Sun Sentinel

A Georgetown University student died Tuesday after apparently contracting meningitis, the university said. Andrea Jaime, a 19-year-old from Miami, was a ...



Dolphins acquire local talent among undrafted rookie signees  Broward Politics

The Miami Dolphins acquired defensive tackle help and competition at kicker among their undrafted rookie free-agent signees. And a few of the signees, such as ...



Dice House 'second home' for activist Holly White  Miami's Community Newspapers

By Richard Yager…. Holly White, Kendall community leader, is pictured with plaque at historic Dice House. The Dice House just seems to be the right fit for one ...



Boca Raton Students Win Scholarships from South Florida Fair  The Boca Raton Tribune

By: Bryanna Basilio. Established in 1982, the South Florida Fair has awarded more than $604,000 in scholarships. The winners were announced in the ...



FAU brings practice to Liberty City, Luther Campbell on Saturday  Sun Sentinel

It began as a joke between Florida Atlantic coach Lane Kiffin and Miami hip hop icon Luther Campbell. Earlier this year, Kiffin moved an FAU spring practice to ...



Devin Hester, Frank Gore, Larry Coker headline University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame 2018 class  Sun Sentinel

Hurricanes football greats Devin Hester, Frank Gore and national championship coach Larry Coker headline the UM Sports Hall of Fame's 2018 induction class.



Jonathan Holton looks to make next step after success at West Virginia  Ridiculous Upside

Former West Virginia forward Jonathan Holton starred on and off the court, operating as a key cog in Bob Huggins' rotation and made Honor Roll his junior year.



Perkins: Dolphins thrive at drafting RBs, but it's not a top need this year | Analysis  Sun Sentinel

The Miami Dolphins have been good at drafting running backs. Three of the last four RBs they drafted became starters. RB isn't a top priority in this draft, but ...



JEAN AND JOE SUBERS  ECB Publishing

Jean and Joe Subers met at the University of Florida in 1956 and they were married on July 13, 1957. So began a remarkable marriage and a love affair that not ...



In Park Service's Centennial, Gay Ranger Finds His Story  SouthFloridaGayNews.com

An interpretive ranger for the National Park *Service*, Bremen has participated in the agency's centennial celebrations throughout the year. Working out of ...



Names you need to know for Florida Gators football's 2017 Friday Night Lights  OnlyGators.com

Mixing pomp and circumstance with football drills and relationship building, the Florida Gators use their annual Friday Night Lights camp at Ben Hill Griffin.



Janet Reno: Her sister remembers their childhood in South Florida  Palm Beach Post

Editor's Note: Janet Reno, the nation's first female attorney general, died at age 78 this morning after suffering for years from Parkinson's Disease.



Local students go to national trainings  Sun Sentinel

Story about the national Emerson Fellow (collegiate) and High School Teen Internship trainings that StandWithUs — the Los Angeles-based international Israel ...



They did their time. Now, they’re finding a new life after prison  Miami Herald

Two Miami nonprofits — LEAP and Riverside House — are helping inmates rebuild their lives after they are released from prison.



52 Days Until Miami Hurricanes Football: The Best to Wear 52  State Of The U

There are only 52 days remaining until the Hurricanes take to the field for the 2017 season. Today we look at Hurricanes who have worn number 52 over the ...



Slower game results in faster gains for FAU running back Greg Howell  Sun Sentinel

A self-described "student of the game," Greg "Buddy" Howell has developed vision to recognize running creases. He has discerned what defensive fronts will do ...



Muzzy Jackson to be inducted into Mercer's Hall of Fame  Moultrie Observer

MOULTRIE – When Colquitt County's Muzzy Jackson was being recruited to play baseball at Mercer University, he was given a tour of the school and its ...



Family says woman found dead in lake was more than a victim  Tampabay.com

Her family recalls a middle-class life before a turn to drugs and prostitution.



Miami Stories: Life on Key Biscayne offered magical times  Miami Herald

My grandfather, Harold Griffin, moved to the magic city in 1925 and he left on the heels of the 1926 hurricane. His recollections of his time planted the seeds that ...



Dolphins at Seahawks Week 1 connections  The Phinsider

Every NFL team is connected to all the other teams by former players, coaches, and colleges. We did not do our weekly connections post last year, but we are ...



Watauga, Avery Obituaries – May 5, 2016  High Country Press

Mary Jean Wagner (Feb. 10, 1947 – May 2, 2016). Mary Wagner, 69, beloved sister and special aunt, of Winston-Salem, a native and former resident of ...



Lakeland Man Recalls Career in Country Music - News  The Ledger

Among his North Lakeland neighbors, Kent Westberry is best known for a mean pitcher of fruit tea. Step into his foyer, and he'll offer a glass. Step farther into his ...



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