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Fritz & Franz Has Provided 900 Meals To Homeless, And Counting

The COVID-19 pandemic has served to bring out the best in many in our community. Although restaurants have struggled through mandated closures and numerous restrictions, some have sought opportunities to make a difference in our community, during a time of…

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OPINION: Proud Of Coral Gables Response To Peaceful Protest

Please let it be known that the citizens of Coral Gables are extremely proud of how our city government officials starting from our tremendous mayor and staff, on down to our police officers and first responders managed and cooperated with…

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Peaceful Protest And Meeting Between Police And Protesters In Coral Gables On Saturday

Images of violent protests and riots from cities across the country, including the ones in downtown Miami, filled social media throughout the weekend, as thousands took to the streets to protest the deadly actions of a police officer in Minneapolis…

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Latest Coral Gables COVID-19 Numbers

Numbers provided by the Florida Department of Health – May 31, 2020. Cases: 146

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Hurricane Season Begins Today – Gables Insider Hurricane Guide

Today marks the first day of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The season officially lasts six months stretching from June 1st through November 30th. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) meteorologists have predicted that 2020 will be an “above-normal”…

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Coral Gables Declares State Of Emergency And Curfew Amid Civil Unrest

On Sunday, May 31st at 4:05PM, Mayor Raul Valdes-Fauli declared a State of Emergency in the City of Coral Gables. Under the State of Emergency, “The City Manager is hereby ordered to take whatever prudent and lawful actions are necessary…

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Protest Scheduled For Saturday On Miracle Mile Followed By Meeting With Chief Hudak

A group focused on Equality in Education, Ketab, will be holding a protest tomorrow at 4:00PM at the intersection of Miracle Mile and LeJeune Road. In a flyer circulated by the group, they state “We are protesting the deaths of:…

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Lake Granada?

When founder George Merrick designed the City, Granada Golf Course was a key part of his grand design. This weekend, South Florida was hit with torrential downpours and gusty winds that caused flooding in many parts of the City. Granada…

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City Closes COVID-19 Testing Site

At the Tuesday, May 25th City Commission meeting. the city manager, Peter Iglesias, pulled his item requesting additional funding in the amount of $50,000 to continue offering Covid-19 testing to residents. The Commission did not feel it made sense to…

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Service: A Family Commitment

COVID-19 has highlighted the dedication and work of first responders and medical professionals around the world. These heroes, and their families, have shown a deep commitment to service. In some cases, the family has more than one hero. One such…

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