Bridge conflict continues with county threat to remove park

Featured By Linda Trischitta and David L. Snelling Thursday, April 1, 2021

The ongoing conflict between Miami-Dade County, Hialeah and Miami Lakes over whether to open the Northwest 170th Street bridge and remove a town park the county says is in the way, is in a cooling off period. But that doesn’t mean peace...
Samantha Graveline, a senior benefit consultant for Brown & Brown, will be the guest speaker for the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce monthly membership meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, July 10, at Shula’s Hotel. Networking begins at...
Miami Lakes Branch Library has the following programs available for the public during July: For Children: Chess Club – Sharpen skills by playing other fans of this classic game. For ages 6 years and up. Meets at 3 p.m. on Saturdays,...
On a recent Saturday afternoon, about 90 people gathered in the Fellowship Hall at Sunrise Presbyterian Church for the Second Annual Tea Party held by the Women’s Group. Although in existence for only 18 months, the group has been very...

Monsignor Edward Pace High School marks 50th commencement

Education By Nicholas Fernandez, Special to The Miami Laker Friday, July 5, 2013

On May 24 Monsignor Edward Pace High School’s 50th group of seniors graduated at Miami-Dade County Auditorium with all the pomp and circumstance of five decades of tradition.  Dressed in their scarlet caps and gowns, they joined the...
Chloe Schwinghammer and Maria Pino have been selected co-captains of the Miami Lakes K-8 Center Cheerleaders for 2013/2014. They are both third-year cheerleaders and have performed together at Disney, at Miami Heat games, town activities and...
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