The Urban League of Greater Miami helped to desegregate public housing in Dade County, supported Miami's Fair Housing Ordinance, and over the past seven decades has spearheaded a number of housing projects in the county. Now, shockingly, U.S. Department of Housing and Urb ... More >>
"Miami has lost a premier shooting facility. What a pity!"
"We are led by nonpark professionals in executing a $400 million bond issue"
A local leader testifies before Congress ... with questionable backing
Miami's business leaders vowed to yank MIA from the clutches of politicians, but the politicians yanked back
The case for breaking up the grossly dysfunctional Miami-Dade County school district
And in the process dynasty trumps democracy
From the issue of December 28, 2000
Created after the 1980 riots, the Metro Miami Action Plan was supposed to level the playing field for blacks. What happened?
Folks don't know much about school board chairman Solomon Stinson, but they do know this: Don't cross him
Activist Leroy Jones battled personal demons and has emerged as a radical bent on black empowerment.
A lousy federal indictment isn't going to keep Humberto Hernandez down -- not with South Florida's generous youngsters as campaign contributors
Metrobus is Dade's most effective public transportation. But when it comes to funding, the bus system and its patrons always get taken for a ride.
Just when a forlorn section of Liberty City is about to get the help it so desperately needs, along comes Miller Dawkins on his political bulldozer
Everyone expected Charles Howze's Z Mart to be a model for minority-run businesses in Dade. In a sad way it was: It went bankrupt.
One newspaper praises Miriam Alonso, the other criticizes her. One newspaper sits comfortably in its newsracks, the other vanishes mysteriously. Coincidence?
Political gangster or humble servant, Miriam Alonso wins either way