Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce welcomes candidate for sheriff

Business By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Thursday, July 18, 2024

      Rosie Cordero-Stutz, Miami-Dade County Police Department assistant director of Investigative Services and a candidate for county sheriff, addressed over 50 business owners during the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon held June 10 at the Miami Lakes Hotel on Main.        Cordero-Stutz spoke about changes coming to the department’s command structure.    ...

Ribbon Cutting: TD Bank

Business By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Wednesday, July 3, 2024

     Members of the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce joined TD Bank officials to open its new branch in Hialeah. The bank, at 3645 W. 84th St. (Northwest 138th Street at Northwest 97th Avenue) is open to customers in the new Shoppes at Highland shopping plaza. On June 15, TD Bank held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening and the bank’s expansion. TD Bank has a branch in Miami Lakes and is a member of the Miami Lakes...

After the fire: Latin American Grill offers free Cuban espresso on July 4th

Community By Linda Trischitta, Editor Wednesday, July 3, 2024

The Latin American Grill in Miami Lakes will give customers a taste of what’s to come on July 4th. That’s when the restaurant’s ventanita will reopen and owner Reny Gonzalez and his devoted team will give away free shots of Cuban espresso, from 4:30 p.m. to sunset. “We’ll be able to serve the people who park here and walk to [Veterans Park] for the fireworks,” Gonzalez said. His landmark café has...

‘Tico Casamayor Day’ at Miami Lakes Town Hall

Community By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Wednesday, July 3, 2024

    It was a Tico Casamayor Takeover of Town Hall on May 14.       The Miami Lakes town council honored him for his extensive volunteering for causes that include boosting business and helping elders and veterans.       Mayor Manny Cid described him as “someone who makes people feel important, good and loved…[he] has made people’s dreams come true.”   ...
      An excavator’s big claw tore down the façade of the Lake Katharine Shopping Center on a rainy Wednesday in June, the start of a project that will transform the 52-year-old commercial district in Miami Lakes with new dining and retail spaces.      “We’ll divert at least 90 percent of debris from the landfill,” said Ronny Herrera, president of Thunder Demolition of Miami of the work...
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