COVID-19: A Year Later

On March 22, 2020, the first four cases of COVID-19 were reported in Coral Gables residents. Since then, an additional 7,594 residents have tested positive for COVID-19, including the City’s Mayor, ranking it 48th out of 410 municipalities in the…

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OPINION: The Time Is Now To Make Miracle Mile An Official Local Historic Landmark

By: Karelia Martinez Carbonell, President Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables On behalf of the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables, an application for local historic designation for Miracle Mile has been submitted to the city’s historic preservation office.   The…

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Communal Passover Seder At The Hotel Colonnade On March 27

Residents of Coral Gables and surrounding areas are warmly invited to attend a traditional Passover Seder open to the entire community. All are welcome, regardless of Jewish affiliation or background, to participate in this elegant Passover Seder with an inviting…

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School PTSAs And Gables Insider Partner To Sponsor Virtual Candidate Forum

On Thursday, March 18th at 7:00PM, the George Washington Carver Elementary School PTA, Ponce de Leon Middle School PTSA, Coral Gables Senior High School PTSA and Gables Insider will be holding a virtual candidate forum. The forum will present residents…

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Vice Mayor Lago To Hold Virtual Town Hall Thursday (3/4)

UPDATE: Click here to watch recording of the town hall. Vice Mayor Vince Lago will be holding a virtual town hall meeting this Thursday, March 4th at 5:30PM. Topics will include: General City Updates, Public Safety Updates, City-wide Improvement Projects,…

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Traffic Calming Community Meeting On Zone 4 (3/2)

Share your thoughts and opinions regarding traffic calming during a Zoom workshop for ‘Zone 4’ which is the area within the City of Coral Gables that is south of Bird Road (S.W. 40 St.) and north of US-1. Workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, March 2…

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GAME ON: CGSHS Cavaliers Basketball Back In The Playoffs

COVID has made for many difficult situations over the course of this year. Many have looked to sports as a way to disconnect and enjoy time away from the stresses being created. This has been the case for students at…

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GAP Holding Virtual Environmental Presentation With UM’s Abigail Fleming

The Gables Accountability Project (GAP) will be holding an Environmental Justice presentation on Monday, February 22nd at 8:00PM with the University of Miami’s Abigail Fleming. Abigail Fleming is the Fredman Foundation Practitioner in Residence at the University of Miami School…

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Miracle Mile Zoning Changes Workshop Scheduled For Wednesday Feb. 24

The City Commission will be holding a Commission workshop on Wednesday, February 24th at 4:00PM to discuss the proposed zoning changes to Miracle Mile. This workshop will primarily discuss the suggested variations to the proposed zoning code by Vice Mayor…

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Rotary Club Celebrates 75th Anniversary With Virtual Silent Auction

Chartered on March 4, 1946, the Rotary Club of Coral Gables is celebrating 75 years of Service to the community.  Rotary is an international organization with more than 1.3 million members in some 200+ countries.  The Coral Gables Club is…

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