By Dan Christensen
A Broward transit superintendent fired last year after county auditors found he’d repeatedly falsified payroll timecards and funneled thousands of taxpayer dollars to a subordinate has been quietly rehired.
By Francisco Alvarado
Biscayne Gardens, a bedroom neighborhood in unincorporated Miami-Dade between North Miami and North Miami Beach, is about to experience an apartment development boom thanks to a county mandate aimed at transforming vacant land into workforce and affordable housing projects. Area residents aren’t happy
By Noreen Marcus
Renatha Francis was to have been the first Florida Supreme Court justice from the black Jamaican-American community, but it didn’t happen after a fight erupted between Gov. Ron DeSantis and the court. The fault for this fiasco lies mostly with the governor-controlled panel
By Ann Henson Feltgen
Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam has lambasted as virtually worthless a new state program to monitor rock blasting in northwestern Miami-Dade in response to residents’ complaints that it reverberates powerfully through nearby homes.