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The Miami Herald chose individuals who are involved in multiple projects, and balance business passions with community service.
The city of Coral Gables and the Biltmore hotel have reached a deal in principle in which the hotel would repay much of its overdue rent and golf fees, according to the Miami Herald.
The investigation by the Treasury Department's Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) came after several investigative reports, chiefly by the Miami Herald, revealed the company's ties to the Chavez regime.
Barry, 57, lives in South Florida with his wife, Miami Herald sports writer Michelle Kaufman, and their 4-year-old daughter, Sophie.
With the money from my advance for My Soul to Keep, though, I took a year and half leave from The Miami Herald in 1996, and began working with my mother in earnest, keeping regular office hours on weekdays as I drove an hour each way to her house from mine in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
44) According to the Miami Herald, which carried the story of the lynching on the front page, Mrs.
On April 4, the Miami Herald reported that Llano bragged about enticing soldiers to become baptized by offering them access to clean water in his baptismal font.
Natoli, president of the Miami Herald Publishing Co.