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 to hold virtual public meetings

Government Thursday, April 2, 2020

The town of Miami Lakes will continue to hold municipal meetings during the coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to keep the virus from spreading in the community, town hall will remain closed. Meetings of the council, planning and zoning...

Cystic Fibrosis Walk canceled

Home Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has postponed its Great Strides Miami Lakes Walk. It previously was scheduled for April 18 at Graham Park and may be scheduled for this autumn. The foundation cited the coronavirus outbreak as the...
To welcome prospective fifth graders to Miami Lakes Middle School, students and staff hosted their very first color run. The purpose of the event held in February was to introduce future Warriors and their parents to the school, at 6425 Miami...
The Mater Lakes Academy’s robotics team competed at the Robotics Tower Take Over on Feb. 29 at Florida International University. Their robots “Swedish Fish” placed 20th and “Jolly Ranchers” placed 23rd out of 60 competing teams at the South...
Two brothers who attend Monsignor Edward Pace High School participated in the Senate Page Program for a week during the legislative session that just ended in Tallahassee. Christopher Sykes, a senior, and Corey Sykes, a sophomore, were part of...
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