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So Long Mediterranean Architecture: Is This The New Look Of Miracle Mile?

“Coral Gables is a city founded to be memorable” begins the City’s official website’s description of Coral Gables’ Mediterranean Architecture. As Gables Insider reported on this past Sunday, bulldozers have begun tearing down the building at 375 and 385 Miracle…

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VIDEO: Moderators Ask Tough Questions In Final Candidate Debate

Many news outlets had described the candidate forums heading into the general election as “boring” and lacking anything noteworthy. Wednesday night’s debate held by the Coral Gables Neighbors Association, Gables Good Government, Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables, Ponce Neighbors…

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Latest Coral Gables COVID-19 Numbers

Numbers provided by the Florida Department of Health – April 22, 2021. Cases: 8,238

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School Board Member Mari Tere Rojas To Hold Virtual Town Hall Monday (4/26)

On Monday, April 26th at 6:00PM, Miami-Dade County Public School Board Member Mari Tere Rojas will be holding a virtual town hall meeting for parents and stakeholders of Coral Gables area schools. The “event will highlight students and teachers, and…

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Opinion: Representatives Who Will Truly Represent The Residents

Dear Neighbors, Coral Gables is at a crossroads.  This is one of our most important elections in a long time….and your vote matters!  Residents have the opportunity to elect two representatives who will truly represent the residents. The runoff election…

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Runoff April 27th; Ballots Will Be Mailed Today

On April 27th, the City of Coral Gables will have a runoff election to elect two new members to the City Commission. The Department of Elections has confirmed that vote by mail ballots will be mailed today and will be…

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Developers Begin Tearing Down Miracle Mile

In a clear demonstration of their power over residents, developer bulldozers began leveling 385 Miracle Mile, the former home of Randazzo’s Little Italy. The building, located across the street from City Hall, is the first to begin its planned demolition….

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Opinion: Coral Gables Loses A Legal Battle And Taxpayers Are Left Holding The Bill

By: Raul Mas Canosa Three years ago, I challenged an attempt by the Mayor of Coral Gables to pass a local ordinance banning “assault weapons” in my city. I hired an attorney and threatened to sue them if they did…

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Zoom Debate For Commission Candidates Runoff This Wednesday

On Wednesday, April 21st, the Coral Gables Neighbors Association, Gables Good Government, Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables, Ponce Neighbors Association and Urban Core Community Coalition, Inc. will hold a debate with the four remaining Commission candidates for the April…

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Recap: Canes Take Game 2 Against Tigers, Go For Sweep Sunday

By: Mike Kaffee, Hurricanes Baseball Reporter The roar of the Tiger was heard early, but could not deter the Canes putting the Tiger back in its cage with timely hits and 9 unanswered runs. Although the HR would play a…

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