Miami Dade College North presents new programs

Featured By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Thursday, August 4, 2022

     Ahead of its 62nd anniversary on Sept. 6, Miami Dade College’s North Campus is looking to the future this fall by offering a multitude of new courses and the classic areas of study it is known for.     ...
  The annual “Festival of Lights” on Main Street, now in its 29th consecutive year, is a family tradition among residents of Miami Lakes, and spreading to surrounding cities in South Florida. The event is scheduled along the two blocks of Downtown Miami Lakes on Saturday, November 30, starting at 6 p.m. The event is free and features three stages and entertainment through 10 p.m. On the Center Stage, Radio Disney will be...
Officials from Miami Lakes and Miami-Dade County broke ground to start construction on the long-awaited Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Station 64 to help achieve a faster response time for emergencies on the west side of town.Through a partnership between the state, county and town, the facility is ready to be built, and the officials gathered at the event expressed special thanks to former Miami Lakes Vice Mayor Roberto Alonso, who discovered the...

Four Hialeah Gardens alumni join Barry basketball

Sports By David L. Snelling, The Miami Laker staff Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Hialeah Gardens High will see five familiar faces on the Barry University men’s basketball team, the same group that was part of the school’s first state championship in just its third year of existence. Sophomore forward Yunio Barrueta and freshmen players guard Adrian Gonzalez, forward Alvaro Simoza and guard Philly Leonardo were members of the Gladiators’ 2012 state championship team and hope their high school success can...
A new flock of white ducks is gracing the shoreline of Lake Sarah in Miami Lakes where residents are enthralled with their stately beauty. Photo is courtesy of Carol Howell.
Miami Lakes Elderly Affairs Committee is hosting a Domino Tournament at 6 p.m. on Friday, November 15. The Double-Nine tournament, sponsored by Ambert Medical Care Center, will be held at the Roberto Alonso Community Center, 16500 N.W. 87 Avenue.“South Florida has a rich history of some of the best domino games in the world,” said Vice Mayor Manny Cid. “From Maximo Gomez Park (Domino Park) in Shenandoah, and now Miami Lakes,...
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