Chances are, either you or someone in your life will be directly affected by atrial fibrillation. Between 2.7 and 6.1 million people in the United States have this condition – this number will only increase as our population ages. Despite being so common, it is generally undertreated, underdiagnosed, and there is a shortage of quality patient education resources...Read More
“Bikes for the Barnyard” Project Completed
The Rotary Club of Coconut Grove completed a Community support project, “Bikes for the Barnyard”, this week. The Club collected and gave 40 bicycles for children in need that attend The Barnyard. The Barnyard has not been able to open their after school and summer programs in West Grove for children ages 5-13 so this gives them an opportunity to get outside and exercise...Read More
David Winker and Grant Miller
talk about reshaping Miami
David Winker and Grant Miller talk about reshaping Miami.
FPL shares tips to help customers take control of their energy use while at home
Having more people home during hot days will tempt you to lower your AC to stay cool. Each degree you raise the thermostat can help you save up to five percent on your monthly cooling costs. Everyone loves privacy but try to keep bedroom and other doors open if possible – closed doors can block the airflow of your AC, making it work longer...Read More
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Grant Miller visits Mac Edwards Produce & Co., Inc.; locally owned, locally grown!
Grant Miller visits Mac Edwards Produce & Co., Inc. Locally owned, locally grown!
What started at the beginning of the pandemic as a means to uplift and unite the student body during a time of unprecedented transition, grew into a crowd sharing emotionally driven performance video of Dean Shelly Berg’s original composition written with his wife Julia, A TIME FOR HOPE. Featuring 66 members of the Frost School of Music student body, alumni, GRAMMY® winning faculty and staff, A TIME FOR HOPE consists of remotely recorded mostly-improvised performances of the song from their homes all over the world... Read More
Do you open? Do you stay closed? Rehire employees or leave them collecting unemployment until you can fully reopen? These are some of the myriad of questions businesses have been pondering as we now begin to all reopen in some new manner. However, the well being of the employees that especially small business owners consider family in their company... Read More
Don’t Feed the Hungry Scammers
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we in law enforcement have seen an increase in scams concocted by ruthless individuals who are after your money. As such and from the very beginning, my office engaged our Price Gouging and Scam Hotline (305-547-3300) for residents to call to report these types of crimes. We also established a working relationship... Read More