Trump’s supporters should be able to protest ‘peacefully’

Trump’s supporters, “have First Amendment rights, and they should be able to exercise those peacefully"...

Trump Suggests He Will Be Arrested Next Tuesday

Donald Trump said early Saturday that he will be arrested on Tuesday as Manhattan prosecutors weigh charges against the former president for his role in a hush-money scheme involving an adult film star.

Chicago River Dyed Green For St. Patrick’s Day 2023

The river is bright green between Columbus Drive and Orleans Street. The effect typically lasts for several days and is the city’s traditional kickoff to St. Patrick’s Day, with thousands of people lining Downtown bridges and the riverwalk to see the river change hues.

Start a healthy habit on Bike to Work Day, March 3

Mayor Daniella Levine Cava leads the 10th Annual Bike305 Bike to Work Day encouraging residents in all municipalities to ride a bicycle to work, school, and fun destinations for a healthy way to live life.

Mayor Fraga: “The City of Doral has been a long-standing partner of the WCCD”

The City of Doral is Recognized by the World Council on City Data (WCCD) and Announces Participation in Joint WCCD/United Nations Project

New Book: Two Branches Two Destinies

South Press covered the presentation at Macondo Caffe in West Kendall the book Two Branches Two Destinies, by author and friend Claudia Prengler Starosta.

Doral Student Recognized as “Mayor for a Day”

Mayor Christi Fraga and City Council honored Doral student Megan Venus as “Mayor for a Day” in the Doral Government Center (Council Chambers).