Comcast Extends COVID-19 Support For Customers Through June 30
As shelter in place continues to be the norm and schools remain closed across South Florida, Comcast is extending its commitments for Xfinity customers through June 30 to help ensure students can finish out the school year from home and remain connected to the internet during the COVID-19 crisis. Originally announced on March 13, Comcast made the following commitments that will now be extended into the summer... Read More
Mental Health Support Continues During Distance Learning
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a good opportunity to remind us of the importance of mental health awareness. This is especially true during these trying times, due to COVID-19, which can cause added anxiety and other wellness concerns for young people...Read More
Coral Gables Moving Forwards Together
Since our city’s founding in 1925, Coral Gables has endured many challenges – deadly hurricanes, economic downturns, social changes – and now, the novel coronavirus pandemic. But what has sustained us is our ability to rise to these challenges with strength, action, and most of all, unity... Read More
PuroClean COVID-19 Cleanup
at a Local Financial Institution
Last Wednesday, PuroClean of Aventura performed emergency coronavirus cleaning at a financial services institution in South East Florida. Unfortunately for them, they recently had a case of COVID-19 on their premises. Still, the business needed to reopen the next day as their services are essential for the local community. Check out how we managed to clean up the place and allow the business to continue its services... Read More
Local Teens Sews Masks for The Palace Suites
Minnie Rosenblum, a junior at NSU University School in Davie, recently donated masks to The Palace Suites to supplement PPE supplies at the an independent living community.The teen has also used her sewing talents to create masks for residents at The Palms, an active retirement community in Weston, the city where she resides... Read More
Curious about what’s going on at the testing sites?? Wonder what you are paying taxes for?
Having returned from a wedding in Los Angeles in early March where many were already on lock-down and self-isolation, and suddenly developing what looked like “pink eye” or conjunctivitis which didn’t seem to improve, I decided to go for Coronavirus testing. Pink eye is one of the many symptoms associated with the virus, and I’m in the over 65 age group... Read More
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY Sunday, May 10 through Sunday, May 17, 2020
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway Ramp Closure The entrance ramp to westbound SR 836 from northbound NW 87th Avenue will be closed for drainage inspection on Wednesday, May 13 and Thursday, May 14 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Drivers should follow posted detour signs. Detours:... Read More
Grant Miller visits Mac Edwards Produce!
Grant Miller visits Mac Edwards Produce & Co., Inc. Locally owned, locally grown!