Friday, July 1, 2022

Tag: City Of Miami

Ken Russell’s political journey from concerned resident to Congressional candidate

As a freshman Miami city commissioner in 2016, Ken Russell jumped up in the middle of a meeting while a vote was...

Miami’s forgotten forefather: Alexander C. Lightburn, Part 2

The year was 1896. Warmth filled the July air as hundreds of people gathered to hold a historic vote.  Many were on the fence about...

Residentes y contratistas pelean por el futuro del Byron Carlyle

(To read the English version, click here.) Manning Salazar todavía recuerda cuando, junto con sus abuelos, llegó a las puertas del teatro Byron Carlyle, ubicado...

Miami firefighters deployed to Puerto Rico (video story included)

On Jan. 7, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Puerto Rico, leaving the island devastated. When it declared a state of emergency, South Florida Task...

FIU student managed Ken Russell’s successful Miami campaign

Last month, Ken Russell was reelected as commissioner for the city of Miami’s District 2 after a lengthy and expensive campaign costing around $1...

Ken Russell wins reelection to Miami Commission

Following a contentious campaign, Miami Commissioner Ken Russell was re-elected Tuesday, receiving 59.6 percent of the vote. The District 2 commissioner thanked his family, staff...

Miami unveils sign honoring Martin Luther King Jr. a day before...

The City of Miami unveiled a new sign Tuesday on the southwest corner of 62nd Street and Northwest Sixth Avenue to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago tomorrow.    The sign, located by the I-95 ramp on Martin Luther King...