Zamorano opens Selah Skin Studio

Community Tuesday, November 5, 2013

  Owner Christina Zamorano celebrated the grand opening of her new spa, Selah Skin Studio, on Wednesday, October 16, located at 16415 N.W. 67 Avenue in the Windmill Gate Shopping Center. After seven years of building loyal and engaged clientele, Zamorano, a skin care specialist, is opening her first store front in Miami Lakes. The spa offers a more natural, holistic approach to healthy skin. Selah Skin Studio focuses on helping their...

Family values important at Foot and Ankle practice

Community By R.A. Romero, The Miami Laker staff Wednesday, October 30, 2013

  Lakes Foot and Ankle Specialists office in the Cypress Village Shopping Center will be hosting a grand opening event on Saturday, November 9, at 6 p.m. for all members of the community. The neighboring Trattoria Pampered Chef will be catering the event. Lakes Foot and Ankle Specialists may be a new business in Miami Lakes, but its staff are seasoned residents. Dr. David C. Mai, D.P.M and P.A. and his wife Ana, the owners and staff,...

HearUSA relocates to Park Centre

Community Wednesday, October 30, 2013

HearUSA, a full-service hearing health care facility originally located at 15544 N.W. 77 Court in the Royal Oaks Plaza, has moved to Miami Lakes' Park Centre Shopping Center at 8028 N.W. 154 Street. HearUSA, originally known as HEARx, opened its first hearing care center in Florida in 1987. In 2002, with the acquisition of a national hearing care company, HearUSA was created. HearUSA is the only hearing care network accredited by the...
  Following an extensive study and research process to determine if Miami Lakes is ready to start its own police department from scratch, the town’s Police Review Committee recommended the city should stay with Miami-Dade County for patrol and specialized services for the time being. The committee released its report at the October 8 regular Town Council meeting, where councilmembers unanimously supported  the recommendation....
  On November 20, the Penn Libraries at the University of Pennsylvania, will celebrate the official naming of the “Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,” the final capstone in its $17 million capital campaign to renovate the 5th and 6th floors of the Van Pelt – Dietrich Library Center. The new 27,000 square-foot space is named for Jay I. Kislak and his family and is funded through ...
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