Businesses required to equip staff with protective gear

Featured By David Snelling, Reporter Friday, April 3, 2020

Businesses in Miami Lakes that are allowed to be open during the coronavirus pandemic will be required to outfit employees in protective gear.Town Manager Edward Pidermann issued an emergency order on Friday that takes effect Tuesday, April 7, at...

Miami Lakes a finalist for All-America City Award

Community By David Snelling, Reporter Thursday, April 2, 2020

For the third time since its incorporation 20 years ago, the town of Miami Lakes is a finalist for the National Civic League’s All-America City Award. The league recognized 22 finalists, including the city of Miami Gardens, for practices that...

Workout: To do at home, in the gym or on the go

Sports By Ricky Ali Personal Trainer Shula’s Athletic Club Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Straight Leg Situp Ah, the situp. Just saying the word brings back memories of gym class drills that required us to perform dozens of sit-ups in a minute. This version is a bit easier on the back of your upper thighs, because you...

Town offers recreation, arts and computer classes

Community Thursday, April 2, 2020

Due to preventative measures being taken by the town, programming is canceled until further notice. Check www.miamilakes-fl.gov for when classes will resume or call town hall, at 305-364-6100 for more information.Youth...

BankUnited promotes executive

Business Thursday, April 2, 2020

BankUnited has promoted Raul Llanes to head of institutional and specialty real estate.Llanes, 35, (shown above) lives in Weston.He led the bank’s expansion of its newly launched real estate investment trust lending platform and other...

Keeping kids fed

Community Thursday, April 2, 2020

Staff at Barbara Goleman Senior High School fed children from the school and neighborhood on March 17, when kids were working online from home because of the coronavirus. Diana Perez, Sarahi Vasquez and Nercy Fernandez, left to right in photo...
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