New restaurants and flavors await Miami Lakers

Business By Megan Jacobo, Reporter Thursday, June 3, 2021

The Miami Lakes restaurant scene is experiencing a renaissance: During the past nine months, six new dining spots opened and they’re about to be joined by four more establishments that will serve unique flavors in town. Open during...

Student’s art to hang in U.S. Capitol

Education By David L. Snelling Reporter Thursday, June 3, 2021

Using only pencils, Mater Academy Charter High School senior Michael Cano drew such a compelling portrait of a man that it was chosen for display in the U.S. Capitol complex. Cano, 18, of Hialeah, said he was inspired -- by the hard times that...

Pace student earns $40,000 Amazon scholarship

Education Thursday, June 3, 2021

Monsignor Edward Pace High School senior Nicolas Macias, 18, of Hialeah, was awarded a $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship. Amazon will pay Macias $10,000 each year while
he attends the University of Florida. He plans to begin classes in...

Bike Rodeo, Safety Day June 12th

Sports Thursday, June 3, 2021

The Town of Miami Lakes and its Youth Activities Task Force are hosting the 22nd Annual Bike Rodeo and Safety event on Saturday, June 12th. Kids can learn about safe riding; see a police K-9 demonstration; watch the BMX Trickstars perform and...

Utility work on NW 67th Ave.

Community Thursday, June 3, 2021

The replacement of poles that support electric wires along 1.5 miles of Northwest 67th Avenue in Miami Lakes began on May 23rd. It is a project that is expected to last approximately 30 days, until around June 23rd. Drivers should expect...

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