IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS DIVISION OF ST. THOMAS AND ST. JOHN

  MARRIOTT OWNERSHIP RESORTS                                         ) (ST. THOMAS), INC.,                                                          … Leer más

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS DIVISION OF ST. THOMAS AND ST. JOHN IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS DIVISION OF ST. THOMAS AND ST. JOHN

Carlos Opinion

029 Tuesday, 23 September 2014 Greetings, Readers! The Cuban model franchise continues to wreak havoc today in Venezuela. The free press lives what we might call a kind of “obscurantism” in the information field through the media. Moreover, since the government announces new media for their “propaganda machine,” independent media companies are becoming scarce. The newspaper El Impulso of the Lara State has ceased to...

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Carlos Opinion

pepe diazweb Wednesday, 10 September 2014 Greetings, Readers! The primary elections in Miami-Dade County, as well as some referendums put on the ballot ​​in some cities, including in Doral, were characterized by low turnout, typical of this type of contest in South Florida. I had already predicted the paucity in previous editions, and that does not mean that I had discovered warm water. However, for someone...

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Start the School Year Successfully

DSA school (1) Wednesday, 10 September 2014 Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! At the start of a new year, parents may feel very relieved, very stressed, or a combination of both. This is normal. The beginning of the school year is a time of mixed emotions. Although parents may feel relieved to have their children back in the school routine, this new routine brings with it...

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Carlos Opinion

IMG_carlos2_curbelo_lnew_4_1_E32ILSER_L63345299 Tuesday, 26 August 2014 Greetings, Readers! Today is an important day for expressing our opinion regarding Politics and the future that we, ourselves, choose in this field to express this opinion. We have to remember that politics is always in some way related to our lives, whether we like it or not like it. That is the reason why we must go out and vote and express what...

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Carlos Opinion

no Tuesday, 12 August 2014 Greetings, Readers! On this edition circulating on August 12, God willing I will be returning from traveling. As I write these lines I am about to take a few days of relaxation out of the country— once or twice a year, it does not hurt. However, I’m so used to writing my column for so many years that I cannot...

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Raul Pino, President Doral Business Council Promotes Citywide Economic Growth

Unknown Tuesday, 12 August 2014 From large corporations to start ups, Doral businesses recognize their growth is due in large part to the strategic alliances and networking opportunities made possible through various events organized by the DBC.     Promoting and developing commercial relationships remain the principal objectives of the Doral Business Council (DBC). They understand it is crucial to the success of all businesses...

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Say “I DO” to Brides Against Breast Cancer 2014 “Nationwide Tour of Gowns” Making a Stop in Doral

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 Brides Against Breast Cancer www.bridesabc.org and it’s Nationwide Tour of Gowns is making a tour stop in Doral, FL on Friday, August 15 and Saturday, August 16 offering hundreds of new or gently worn bridal dresses, so that brides-to-be can find their dream gown at a greatly reduced cost and make a difference. The organization and its gown sales fund...

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Carlos Opinion

ana maria rodriguez Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Greetings, Readers! A technical knockout (K.O.) is declared when the referee decides that a fighter cannot continue in the fight because he is in a poor physical condition compared to his opponent, although he has not fallen to the canvas. The seat number 4 of Doral City, which is currently occupied by Councilwoman Ana María Rodríguez, will not be disputed...

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Divine Savior Academy Senior Christian Rodriguez Announced as National Merit Scholar Semifinalist

(L to R) Divine Savior Academy Principal Ben Troge, DSA Senior Christian Rodriguez, Christian's Parents Maite Casas and Pedro Rodriguez. Tuesday, 23 September 2014 Students, faculty, and Christian’s parents were in attendance for the announcement. Christian Rodriguez is one of just two National Merit Scholar semifinalists in the city of Doral. This prestigious distinction...

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Four Amendments … An Authority

Doral alcaldia2 Wednesday, 10 September 2014 Recently, five amendments to the Charter of the City of Doral were approved. They were drafted by a committee comprised of residents who made the recommendations to be submitted to...

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In the mid-term The City will open 102nd and 104th Ave

Basura en el Canal de la 117 Ave. entre la 50 y 50 St Tuesday, 26 August 2014 With the support of the private sector, the City extended some existing roads, and it is planning for the construction of others, in order to relieve internal traffic and provide...

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Doral Shields itself $ 16 million for security

Policias Carros Tuesday, 26 August 2014 This amount will be invested in equipment replacement, vehicle units, and whatever else is needed to meet the needs of today. Regarding the crime rate, it has been reported that its...

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Century Homebuilders Group officially breaks ground on Century Gardens I development in Miami.

Century Wednesday, 13 August 2014 Century Homebuilders is pleased to announce the ground-breaking of Century Gardens I, a single family home community centrally located on 145th Avenue and Coral Way, in the heart of Miami....

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“NO” is the slogan Invasive amendments to the Doral Charter

no a la enmienda Tuesday, 12 August 2014 On August 26, the amendments that will change the democratic character of the Doral Constitution will be submitted to Doral residents for their consideration. It is important that all citizens...

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Under Donald De Lucca’s command, We will achieve the certification of Doral’s police force

Donald De Lucca Tuesday, 12 August 2014 For Mayor Luigi Boria, the officer with over thirty years of service will give a twist to the Police Department; new tasks will be placed under his charge, which will...

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Carlos Opinion

Tuesday, 23 September 2014 Greetings, Readers! The Cuban model franchise continues to wreak havoc today in Venezuela. The free press lives what we might call a kind of “obscurantism” in the information field through the media. Moreover, since the government announces new media for their “propaganda machine,” independent media companies are becoming scarce. The newspaper El Impulso of the Lara State has ceased to circulate after 100 years of daily presence in this state of the country’s West.  El Impulso, a truly journalistic institution...

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Drum Clinic with Miguel Hernández

Women rule the South Florida arts world

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For all the progress women have made in shattering glass ceilings, barriers to top leadership jobs, career progress and equal pay still exist in plenty of fields.     But in South Florida’s arts-and-culture community, it’s a different story. For women with vision and the...

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Toll lanes becoming all the rage in Florida

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If you like the toll lanes on Interstate 95 that let drivers pay for a faster ride while the motorized masses look on in envy, get ready for more — lots more.     In the next decade, Florida’s biggest cities will add toll lanes...

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