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Nightmare in the Redland, opens Saturday, October 8, promising victims an immersive eight-night experience of horror and bloodshed. Located at The Berry Farm, on 13720 SW 216 Street, in Redland, Florida, Nightmare in the Redland will challenge you to survive 5-acres of interactive corn maze madness and carnage. The haunted hayride through the corn field will leave you screaming, as you confront sheer evil and twisted terror at every corner, bringing to life your grimmest nightmares and hidden fears.

Chick-fil-A coming to Homestead with Council approval

Homestead City Council met Wednesday September 21 for its final budget hearing. Council then convened as the Local Planning Agency on two items, prior to its regular monthly meeting. The Chick-Fil-A franchise filed its proposed site plan including a drive-through feature from Campbell Drive, for a restaurant next to the...
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Teen Accused of Fatally Shooting Ex-Friend at Miami-Dade Walmart

After a violent altercation inside a Walmart in southwest Miami-Dade, a 16-year-old was detained and accused of shooting and murdering his former buddy. The incident took place inside the business at 21151 South Dixie Highway in Goulds on Wednesday afternoon. Family members claimed that Noah Perez, 19, ran into the...

Florida City Welcomes Solimar Apartments

Last Friday, September 23, Florida City held its grand opening for their newest affordable housing venture: Solimar Apartments. Being invited to the ribbon cutting on-site at 825 NW 5th Avenue, the event celebrated the arrival of 180 newly constructed units to the city, with rents ranging from $575 to $1,583 for one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-

Miami-Dade County, FL Department of Solid Waste Management Introduces its First-Ever Electric-Powered Waste Collection Vehicle

Miami-Dade County Department of Solid Waste Management (DSWM) has introduced its first-ever electric-powered waste collection vehicle. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins, DSWM Director Michael Fernandez, and Darren Jane, District Sales Manager for Mack Trucks, were in attendance. “Here in Miami-Dade, we’re...
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Miami-Dade Elite Rescuers Extract Residents From Hurricane-Ravaged Islands

On their first round of Hurricane Ian rescue missions, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's elite Urban Search and Rescue team walked for miles, door-to-door, through the remnants of towns on Florida's Gulf Coast, making their way through busted concrete and 10-foot-high piles of splintered wood framing. Military helicopters had dropped off the...

Miami-Dade County Office of the Tax Collector extends quarterly payment deadline until October 14

The Miami-Dade County Office of the Tax Collector, in accordance with the authority from the Florida Department of Revenue Emergency Order No. 22-001, has extended the September 30 payment due date for installment payments in section 197.222(1)(b), Florida Statutes. All property owners participating in the “Quarterly Installment Plan” who may...

Comcast RISE Awarding Grants to Minority Owned Small Businesses in South Florida

SOUTH FLORIDA – Comcast announced it will award $1 million in grants to 100 small businesses owned by women and people of color, including Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and Asian American owners, among others, in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, bringing the Comcast RISE program’s total investment in South Florida to $2 million. Comcast RISE stands for “Representation, Investment, Strength and Empowerment.”

Miami-Dade search and rescue teams met with unimaginable destruction in Fort Myers

MIAMI - Members of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Florida Task Force 1 were met with unimaginable damage on the streets and neighborhoods of Fort Myers. Crews walked through shattered pieces of homes that once held memories and laughter that are now tragically unlivable. A 96-person team of paramedics, structural engineers, canine handlers, hazmat technicians, and search and rescue personnel is working hand in hand with the Florida National Guard on the ground and from the air, searching and rescuing those left stranded from the storm. Chief Fire Officer Richard Rosell said the engine strike team has also been deployed. "We have 2 fire engines from Miami-Dade, and one each from the city of Miami, Coral Gables, and Miami Beach. We are assisting in the effort to help people on the west coast and a strike team is basically a support team in the same unit." The rescue personnel will work 14-day shifts and be there as long as needed.

Homestead’s Halloween Spooktacular is Back!

WHERE: Harris Field Pavilion, 1034 NE 8th Street, Homestead, FL 33030. Tricks, treats, frights, and delights…all at Homestead’s Halloween Spook-Tacular event on Saturday, October 22, 2022 from 6PM to 9PM at Harris Field Pavilion, 1034 NE 8th Street, Homestead, FL. This FREE event will return to its traditional format and will feature fun for all ages with kids’ activities, trick-or-treating, and food trucks. Plus, South Florida’s most horrifying haunted house is guaranteed to provide delights and frights for the whole family! Dress up in your Halloween’s best to celebrate the spookiest night of the year.
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Report Details Powerful Tornados That Touched Down in South Florida From Ian

South Florida saw its fair share of severe weather this past week with a rash of tornado warnings Tuesday night from Hurricane Ian. The warnings came as Ian was less than 200 miles south of Fort Myers and making its final approach, putting Miami-Dade and Broward firmly in what's called the right-front quadrant of the storm, an area notorious for tornado touchdowns.

Miami Weather: Dry air moves in, feels a little like Fall

MIAMI - It is finally feeling a bit more like Fall across South Florida.On Friday morning, lows fell to the upper 60s in Broward and Miami-Dade. Many areas were 8 to 10 degrees cooler in comparison to Thursday. This is quite a treat since this time of year our normal low is usually around 76 degrees.It was even comfortable across the Keys with lows in the low to mid 70s.In the wake of Hurricane Ian, a very dry air mass has moved in and will keep the rain chance very low through the weekend. The drier air is also lowering humidity.Friday afternoon we'll enjoy pleasant sunshine with highs in the mid to upper 80s. Saturday we'll wake up with lows in the upper 60s and low 70s across Broward and Miami-Dade. Temperatures will not be quite as cool as Friday morning, but it will still feel nice. Highs will be warmer and closer to 90 degrees. A few showers will be possible on Saturday and Sunday. Sunday highs climb to 90 degrees.  The dry air sticks around through Monday. By next Tuesday and Wednesday, the rain chance will begin to rise as moisture increases across South Florida.