Miami News

Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line

Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line

Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line Rep. Kristen Arrington The Legislature is poised to give county and city attorneys a public records exemption to protect against death threats and stalking. The House voted 119-0 on Thursday to approve HB 103 by Rep. Kristen Arrington, D-Kissimmee. A vote on […]

The post Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line first appeared on City News Miami.

Phillips Brooks House of Harvard College & Leon Fleisher Academy Co-Host ” The Messenger of Peace” Concert

Phillips Brooks House of Harvard College & Leon Fleisher Academy Co-Host ” The Messenger of Peace” ConcertHARVARD UNIVERSITY PAINE HALL, MASSACHUSETTS , UNITED STATES , February 15, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — Phillips Brooks House Center of Public Service and Engaged Scholarship (PBH) of Harvard College and Leon Fleisher Academy (LFA) collaborate to host the “The Sound of Music, Messenger of Peace and Public Service” concert on Harvard University’s campus. In an era […]

National Employee Appreciation Day is March 1

National Employee Appreciation Day is March 1

Miami-Dade County will celebrate our workforce throughout March and invites County employees and departments to celebrate by sharing photos of employees thriving at work. Photos will be shared with the County family on the I THRIVE website. Use the hashtag #EAM2024 with your department acronym at the end; for example, #EAM2024WASD. There will be weekly prize […]

The post National Employee Appreciation Day is March 1 first appeared on City News Miami.

Miami Law’s Harvey Sepler brings insight and experience to constitutional law course at OLLI

Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line

Miami Law’s Harvey Sepler brings insight and experience to constitutional law course at OLLI The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Miami provides educational, intellectual, and social enrichment to individuals 50 years and older Judge Edwin Scales III, Third District Court of Appeals, Justice John Couriel, Florida Supreme Court & Harvey Sepler Only […]

The post Miami Law’s Harvey Sepler brings insight and experience to constitutional law course at OLLI first appeared on City News Miami.

Arizona Council on Economic Education Launches ‘Invest in Girls’, Fostering Financial Careers for High School Females

Arizona Council on Economic Education Launches ‘Invest in Girls’, Fostering Financial Careers for High School FemalesInvest In Girls Group Photo Arizona Council on Economic Education ACEE Invest In Girls Supporters, Phoenix Union Superintendent Thea Andrade, and Principal Lorenzo Cabrera Arizona Council on Economic Education launches Invest in Girls empowering high school females with essential financial skills, addressing gender disparities. PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — Arizona Council […]

State Senator Lori Berman and State Representative Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds File “Save Our Teachers Act” to Address Florida’s Teacher Shortage

State Senator Lori Berman and State Representative Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds File “Save Our Teachers Act” to Address Florida’s Teacher Shortage

Tallahassee — Senator Lori Berman (D-Boca Raton) and State Representative Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds (D-West Palm Beach) filed SB 342 and HB 271 to increase starting teacher salaries to $65,000. This figure would put Florida’s teachers on par with the national average, which is $65,090 according to the National Education Association. SB 342 and HB 271 would help recruit […]

The post State Senator Lori Berman and State Representative Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds File “Save Our Teachers Act” to Address Florida’s Teacher Shortage first appeared on Floridas News.

Lakeland Man Sentenced To 28 Years For 13 Armed Robberies

Ruskin Man Sentenced For Mail Fraud

Tampa, Florida – U.S. District Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington has sentenced Scott Carpenter, Jr. (46, Lakeland) to 28 years in federal prison for interference with commerce by robbery and brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence. The court also ordered Carpenter to forfeit three firearms and 122 rounds of […]

The post Lakeland Man Sentenced To 28 Years For 13 Armed Robberies first appeared on City News Miami.

Be a part of the Digital Inclusion Community Kick-Off event

Be a part of the Digital Inclusion Community Kick-Off event

Be a part of the change in your community by joining Miami-Dade County at the Digital Inclusion Community Kick-Off event at Oak Grove Park, 690 NE 159th Street, Miami, FL 33162 on March 16 at 9:30 a.m. This event launches a series of neighborhood focused activations connecting resources in one place for the community. By […]

The post Be a part of the Digital Inclusion Community Kick-Off event first appeared on City News Miami.

Speaker Renner signals support for reforming sovereign immunity laws

Public records exemption to protect county and city attorneys nears the finish line

Speaker Renner signals support for reforming sovereign immunity laws House Speaker Paul Renner/House Photo Original House Speaker Paul Renner, a Palm Coast attorney, says he supports reforming “sovereign immunity” laws that shield government entities from civil liability. Whether that breathes new life into stalled legislation remains to be seen. “I don’t think the government should […]

The post Speaker Renner signals support for reforming sovereign immunity laws first appeared on City News Miami.