Michael Miller

Michael co-owns Community Newspapers with his brother Grant and serves as Executive Editor of the group of newspapers. He enjoys writing about local politics and area businesses. Michael can be reached at michael@communitynewspapers.com

Moving past the fireworks and looking ahead

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Well, July 4th rolled ‘round again, with the always popular displays of fireworks in various locations. That kind we all enjoy. The week before brought a different kind of “fireworks” to social media that were a lot less enjoyable. Sometimes current events bring out the best in people, sometimes just ...

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Larkin Hospital continues its expansion

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Yes sir, Larkin Hospital put in the winning bid of nearly $25 million and in exchange for the big bucks got the 50 bed Hollywood Pavilion Hospital and the 152 bed Hollywood Hills Nursing Home.  Dr. Jack Michel, the President and Chairman of Larkin, and the team at Larkin know ...

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Moving past the fireworks and looking ahead

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Well, July 4th rolled ‘round again, with the always popular displays of fireworks in various locations. That kind we all enjoy. The week before brought a different kind of “fireworks” to social media that were a lot less enjoyable. Sometimes current events bring out the best in people, sometimes just ...

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Town’s parks are subject of CCCB meeting

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Parks & Rec… The Concerned Citizens of Cutler Bay will have its monthly meeting on Tuesday July 7, from 7-9 p.m. at the Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church, and the topic is the town’s parks. Cutler Bay’s Parks and Recreation Director Etienne Bejarano will be the guest speaker. The date ...

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Signs are a Statement!

Signs are a Statement!

Couldn’t help but express delight in the attractive street signage that popped up on tall black posts throughout the business district in our fair city. It’s a significant and statement-making improvement with legible street numbers and the city logo, right up there for all to view. The way I see ...

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