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Ian growing more powerful, but threat to KB lessens

Tropical Storm Ian is forecast to rapidly intensify today as it shifts course toward western Cuba, but the threat of a direct hit to...

A sweet birthday 50 for the Donut Gallery

Patrons and staff celebrated with a song and a slice of birthday cake to mark the Donut Gallery's 50th anniversary Saturday. The narrow eatery...

Ian could be major hurricane by Monday

THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATEDForecasters at the National Hurricane Center say Tropical Storm Ian may appear a bit lopsided now, but think it will intensify...

Village officials keeping tabs on tropical system

THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED Village officials are getting ready to jump into action if a tropical depression grows into Hurricane Ian over the...

Divided council passes $37 million budget, 4-3

Key Biscayne’s Village Council adopted a $37 million dollar budget Wednesday with $12.5 million in capital investments, splitting 4-3 in a largely ideological dispute...

County OKs $10B budget; Regalado tangles with Levine Cava

In the wee hours of the morning, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners approved a record $10 billion budget that raises taxes but also...

London, Vazquez tout government knowledge in KB council race

Council candidates Ed London and Fernando Vazquez are relying on their previous service as they compete for seats on Key Biscayne's village council. Both...

Final vote on $37 million Key Biscayne budget Wednesday

Village Manager Steve Williamson’s $37 million dollar budget goes for a final vote Wednesday, with only one significant change -- the addition of a...

Dark money in Key Biscayne? Election complaints target negative ads in mayoral race

Multiple rounds of political attack ads filling Key Biscayne voter mailboxes are the subject of formal complaints with the Florida Elections Commission, made this...

Sardiñas, Lopez-Jenkins support lifting debt cap

Two candidates for Village Council said they support increasing the debt cap to help fund an estimated $250 million in projects to combat sea...
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