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The city of Coral Gables is located on the eastern coast of Florida along the Atlantic Ocean. It was developed by George Edgar Merrick and was one of the first planned communities. It began to be heavy settled during the Florida land boom of the 1920s. It has been said that the city foreshadowed the gated community and the homeowners association. Today, the architecture of Coral Gables reflects Mediterranean Revival style buildings.

Population: 42249
Local Newspapers: Coral Gables Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dophins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA)
Local Colleges: University of Miami

Zip Codes associated with coral gables, florida: 33133 33134 33143 33145 33146 33156 33158
Towns/Cities near coral gables, florida : Coconut Grove Pinecrest Kendall Fountainbleau Westchester

Coral Gables News
The Coral Gables Community Foundation Welcomes New Board Members

The Coral Gables Community Foundation is pleased to welcome Susie Klock, Dr. Justin Polga and Michael Walsh to the 2017 Board of Directors. Susie Klock is an Associate at Rasco Klock Perez & Nieto P.L. Susie has been an attorney since 2008, focusing on family law, environmental law, intellectual property law and antitrust violations.

Fired worker alleges age discrimination, revenge in suit against Biltmore

A nasty lawsuit was just filed against the owners of the Miami Biltmore Hotel by a $10-an-hour employee who claims retaliation after she complained of age discrimination. The action, filed this month in a Miami-Dade County circuit court, alleges that phone reservation agent Grace Abuchaibe , 59, was fired as revenge for her first attempt to sue the hotel.

Miami publicist David Pearson reminisces on his time with a JFK and Bobbya

David Pearson sings a copy of 'JFK and Bobby, Arnie and Jack ... and David' on Feb. 12 at Books and Books in Coral Gables. Darby Collins Smith, daughter of former Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins, and David Pearson on Feb. 12 at Books and Books in Coral Gables.

A look at Cocoplum, an enduring Miami neighborhood

At the meeting point of Sunset Drive, Cocoplum Road, Le Jeune Road and Old Cutler Road, you will find Miami's Cocoplum Circle: a rounded intersection highlighted by beautiful landscaping and a sparkling canal that bisects two waterfront parks. Almost equidistant to Coral Gables, Coconut Grove and South Miami, the Cocoplum neighborhood has for many decades been one of Miami's most desirable places to live, offering quick access to the airport, highways, downtown Miami and Miami Beach.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

Art Wynwood at Art Miami Pavilion : Now in its sixth year, Art Wynwood returns to its namesake tent to exhibit more than 500 artists from 60 galleries hailing from all over the globe. Unique to this year's show is a partnership with the Coral Gables Museum to highlight work from 20th-century Cuban artists; an awards ceremony honoring street artist Shepard Fairey; and a conversation with the artist Friday at 2 p.m. The Mayhem Poets at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center : Acclaimed both on record and onstage, Kyle Rapps, Scott Raven, and Mason Granger promise to bring the ruckus - in a family-friendly way, of course.

Expansion of arboretum includes road for service vehicles

The City of Coral Gables, the university and local residents decided to expand the arboretum and place a service road through it. Amanda Prats // Senior Photographer Plans are being made to expand John C. Gifford Arboretum behind the Knight Physics Building.

Gables police shoot at stolen car near UM. Driver flees on foot and is arrested.

A Coral Gables police officer opened fire on a car Tuesday night after officers tried to pull the driver over when the tag was picked up by a license plate reader as stolen, according to police. Officer Kelly Denham said police surrounded the Toyota and that's when the driver took off, crossed the grassy median underneath the Metrorail station off U.S. 1, drove onto Ponce de Leon Boulevard and continued southbound.

New system to bring emergency alerts to Coral Gables residentsa pockets

If a traffic accident causes multiple lane closures on a busy street or a major shooting incident happens in Coral Gables, residents will soon have an option to get alerts sent directly to their smartphone. Commissioners approved a five-year contract with In-telligent, LLC at Tuesday's meeting that will bring a new digital alert system to the city for public safety alerts.

Valen-timing: Miami high society couplea s divorce finalized

High-profile society couple Bob and Jody Dickinson on Tuesday filed the last papers to finalize their split after nearly three decades atop Miami's society scene. But on Tuesday, they filed documents in which Bob transfers some of the millions he made as the longtime CEO of Carnival Cruise Line to Jody.

They were riding in the express lanes. They blame a lane-divinga poles for tragedy

From left: Lawyer Ervin Perez, who represents Cathy Milagros Perez Garcia; Cathy Milagros Perez; her friend Cynthia Fleischmann; and lawyer Lewis S. Eidson, who represents Cynthia, during a press conference held at the law offices of Eidson Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, in Coral Gables. The two crash victims, Cathy Milagros Perez and Cynthia Fleischmann, sued the Florida Department of Transportation and a contractor, accusing them of negligence in the maintenance and safety of the express lanes after they were involved in a lane-diving crash.

All ears for reaction to his head covering

While catching up on the news one chilly morning outside the South Miami Starbucks on S. Dixie Highway , Dr. Anthony Krupp of Coral Gables wears a "pussyhat" that his wife donned during the Women's March on Washington in January. With a background in psychology and teaching, Dr. Krupp said he is thoroughly enjoying the response he gets - both positive and otherwise.

Senior-level hires and promotions for the week of February 13, 2017

He previously was a shareholder with Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson. He also has been chief of staff to former Miami Mayor Manuel Diaz.

Splendid Slumming: Luxury yacht travel to Cuba is booming

If you've got lots of disposable income and you love slumming, you might as well do it as befits a superior human being. Gotta see that stinkin' hell-hole and gawk at those primitive sub-humans in style before everything is ruined by tourists! The 107-foot mega yacht has four cabins with private bathrooms, a Jacuzzi, two jet skis, two auxiliary boats and a crew of four, including a chef.

Dolphins Cancer Challenge Going Strong In Year 7

The Dolphins Cancer Challenge was founded in 2010 by the organization as the signature initiative of the Miami Dolphins Foundation's health pillar and is now the biggest fundraising event in the NFL. The Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University is where the Dolphins spend the fall working to try to win professional football's biggest prize.

Wellness Center evacuated after suspicious device found

Students were evacuated from the Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center Friday night as a precaution after a suspicious device was found inside the building. Employees of the Wellness Center were informed of the existence of the device after it began making a sound, said Peter Howard, Assistant Vice President for Communications and Public Relations at UM.

South Florida trade numbers fall for fourth straight year

For the fourth year in a row the value of the Miami Customs District's trade with the world dropped, falling 2.2 percent from $106.85 billion in 2015 to last year's $104.5 billion. Trade through Miami International Airport was up last year but PortMiami and Port Everglades showed dips in total trade, according to an analysis of the newly released U.S. Census Bureau numbers by WorldCity, a Coral Gables media and data research company.

Chelsea Clinton could run for office in 2020

Hillary Rodham Clinton, former US Secretary of State , and her daughter Chelsea Clinton embrace as they attend the 2015 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at the University of Miami on March 7, 2015 in Coral Gables, Florida President Donald Trump has not yet been in office for a full month, but nearly every poll shows that his approval ratings are falling to historic lows.

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