Stories with 'miami dade county' tag

Volunteer: Inspire305 gives back at Opa-locka Urban Farm

Join Inspire305 for a morning of gardening, painting and planting healthy produce at the Opa-locka Urban Farm! Opa-locka, a Miami-Dade community, is considered one of Miami’s food deserts. With only two discount grocery stores to serve its 16,000 residents, local fast food and corner stores have become a quick and easy way for our neighbors […]

/ March 12, 2019

Miami-Dade County referenda

We broke all the Miami-Dade County referenda to help you #votelikeyoulivehere.

/ October 16, 2018

District 2: Jean Monestime

Jean Monestime is running to keep his District 2 Miami-Dade county commission seat in the Aug. 28 election.

/ August 7, 2018

Miami-Dade budget season is coming soon. Here’s what you need to know

Miami-Dade County’s 2018-2019 budget plan is live and discussions will start soon. Here’s the info you need.

/ July 19, 2018

Why the Miami-Dade animal shelter is so state-of-the-art

Get ready to want to adopt a kitten or new pup: Miami-Dade’s animal shelter is just over a year old, and it’s one of the country’s best. Find out why.

/ October 10, 2017

When are we really going to talk about Hurricane Irma?

When can we have an honest conversation with our elected officials about how to be better prepared for the next storm?

/ September 22, 2017

Miami, sea level rise is coming for your poop.

If you’re not hooked up to the sewage system, you probably use a septic tank. When you mix them with sea level rise, the result is smelly. The solution is expensive.

/ June 25, 2017

Why owners say opening a bar or restaurant in Miami is the worst

Opening a restaurant in Miami is a bureaucratic nightmare. And it happens on Miami time.

/ April 2, 2017

Shocker: Miami-Dade women get paid less than men.

Even though they’re better educated.

/ January 4, 2017

How Miami-Dade voted in the last five presidential elections

If you want proof that we don’t vote like the rest of Florida, here it is.

/ November 7, 2016