Colorectal Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in America among both sexes. In fact, one in twenty people will develop this devastating disease. Community Health of South Florida Inc. (CHI), in collaboration with The American Cancer Society and other key community partners will host a Colorectal Cancer Awareness event on Monday, March […]

My path to better health? A Twinkie may be the answer

My path to better health? A Twinkie may be the answer

One only has to look at me to know that I spend a great deal of time at my local gym. You can tell by the fluorescent light pallor to my skin. I truly spent a great deal of time at the gym but something must be terribly wrong. I began to investigate. The first […]

Caribbean Boulevard undergoes roadway improvement project

Drivers in Cutler Bay, you may have already noticed this, but if not be aware that the Caribbean Boulevard Roadway Improvement Project is underway. It started on March 5th and runs through April 30th, so it’s of relatively short duration! Much quicker than the Old Cutler Road project. Work on Caribbean Boulevard is in the […]

H&R Block Answers Six Essential Tax Questions for First-Time Filers

More than 5 million taxpayers will file their own individual tax return for the first time this tax season and they may not know where to start. Generally, anyone earning income should consider filing a return. However, filing requirements depend on a combination of circumstances, including filing status, income and age. Workers who are not […]

Photographer Danielle Austen’s work on display at Everglades National Park

Photographer Danielle Austen’s work on display at Everglades National Park

Portraits of the Florida Everglades featuring the photographs of artist Danielle Austen continue through Mar. 30 at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center Gallery in Everglades National Park. Austen, a 2012 Artist-in-Residency-in-the-Everglades (AIRlE) recipient, is an award-winning documentary fine art photographer from Hillsborough, NJ. Austen’s photographs, a combination of landscape and wildlife, are part of […]

Town hall meeting to help find ‘unclaimed properties’

Town hall meeting to help find ‘unclaimed properties’

An unusual town hall meeting hosted by Seat 2 Councilmember Sue Ellen Loyzelle on Thursday, Mar. 27, will help hundreds of Cutler Bay residents find “hidden treasure.” Loyzelle, working in conjunction with state officials, has identified more than 400 citizens and businesses who have money owed to them of which they are unaware. More than […]

Cutler Bay town employees join in Relay for Life team

Cutler Bay town employees join in Relay for Life team

Members of the Town of Cutler Bay’s staff participated in the World’s Fair 2014 – Relay for Life of Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay and Cutler Bay to help raise money for the fight against cancer. The event took place on Saturday, Mar. 1, on the field of Evelyn Greer Park in Pinecrest. The town’s entry was […]

The Deering Seafood Festival to celebrate a decade of fun

Youngster checking out fish

Get ready to party! The team behind this year’s Deering Seafood Festival has planned a non-stop island celebration in honor of the event’s 10th anniversary, complete with delicious catch from the waters of the world, a funfilled kids’ adventure called “10 Leagues Under the Sea,” stilt walkers, a Junkanoo musical parade and on-going live entertainment. […]

First commercial property to receive PACE financing

Ygrene Energy Fund Florida, the state’s leading provider of building upgrade financing for commercial and residential property owners, recently announced the approval of its first commercial building upgrade project in the Town of Cutler Bay. The office building, owned by Choice One Companies-Ed MacDougall, mayor of Cutler Bay, will soon be generating its own power […]

Cutler Bay brides-to-be have a new wedding option

Staff member sets up for an event at Royal Palm Island.

Anyone in Cutler Bay who is planning an outdoor wedding ceremony, reception or other special event in the coming months now has another option to consider. Royal Palm Island in Cutler Bay has the look and feel of a Caribbean locale, but is a lot closer to home. Away from the hustle and bustle, Royal […]

Town’s Police GIU receives ‘Unit of the Month’ award

Town’s Police GIU receives ‘Unit of the Month’ award

The Cutler Bay Policing Unit’s General Investigations Unit (GIU) received the prestigious “Unit of the Month” award from the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) on Wednesday, Feb. 19. During the award ceremony, which took place in Cutler Bay Town Hall Council Chambers, MDPD director J.D. Patterson spoke about the unit’s accomplishments. Patterson briefed the audience with […]

Southland Mall welcomes Performers from Florida’s Renaissance Festival as part of their ongoing “Festive Fridays” Event Series


 Celebrate music, dance and different cultures every Friday at Southland Mall! Southland Mall is proud to present a new line-up of performers who will participate in their highly popular “Festive Fridays” event series during the month of March. Every Friday evening, shoppers will have the opportunity to experience interactive musical and theatrical entertainment along with […]

Winners announced for 26th annual in the Company of Women Awards

Twelve leading ladies take center stage during the 26th annual In the Company of Women Awards ceremony, presented by Macy’s, on Mar. 13, 6-9 p.m., at the Coral Gables Country Club, 990 Alhambra Circle in Coral Gables. Stars in their own right in 12 categories ranging from Arts and Entertainment to Sports and Athletics, these […]

Arsht Center Names Knight Concert Promenade Floor for Tonkinsons

Rick and Margarita Tonkinson

Rick and Margarita Tonkinson’s passion and support for the arts in our community is clearly a family affair. Because of their generous support, the Arsht Center recently named the Knight Concert Hall Second Floor Promenade in their honor. Since its inception 12 years ago, the Tonkinsons have purchased 12 stones and 14 chairs for family […]