Coral Gables Targeted In BLM Vandalism

The City of Coral Gables has now been targeted twice by vandalism in relations to the Black Lives Matter Movement. Last night, the historic Coral Gables Alhambra Water Tower was spray painted with messages of “Coral Gables Is Complicit” and…

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Coral Gables Police Wants Your Input On Their Services

Coral Gables Police Department is taking a survey of Coral Gables residents on the department’s services. The short 12-question survey allows residents and visitors to share about their past experiences with members of the department. “In our efforts to provide…

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Two-Year Investigation On Anonymous Letters Sends Waves Through City Hall

The City of Coral Gables’ independent investigator, former United States attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Roberto Martinez, concluded a two-year investigation to determine, if possible, who authored or sent the city a two-page anonymous letter along with a…

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Coral Gables Lifts Curfew, County Curfew Changed

Following violence in downtown Miami on Saturday night, Mayor Raul Valdes-Fauli placed Coral Gables under curfew on Sunday evening. That curfew has now been lifted. Protests have continued throughout the country in response to the brutal death of George Floyd…

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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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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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Its 9:00PM, Lights On, Lock It Coral Gables!

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Can You Walk On The Ganada Or Biltmore Golf Courses?

NO –  All golf courses around town are closed, however in Coral Gables, the Granada Golf Course has become the city’s own Central Park over the last few weeks. While you can walk on the sidewalks on North or South…

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