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Located within the Miami metropolitan area, Hialeah is noted for having the second highest percentage of Cuban and Cuban American residents of any U.S. city. At one time, Hialeah was seen as a playground for the rich, but instead became a working class community when World War II Veterans Cuban exiles, fleeing Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, settled in. Hialeah is also the densest U.S. city without a skyscraper.

Population: 209971
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus

Zip Codes associated with hialeah, florida: 33010 33012 33013 33014 33015 33016 33018
Towns/Cities near hialeah, florida : Doral Opa-Locka Hialeah Gardens Miami Springs Medley

Hialeah News
New organization formed to mentor, assist students

A South Dade organization called Superhero Leadership Academy has been formed to provide growth opportunities that empower underserved youth by fostering personal confidence and leadership skills. The program involves schools from Hialeah south to Homestead.

Miami-Dade Police Admit They Might Not Be Reporting Hate Crimes Properly

Last week, the FBI released its yearly log of hate crimes reported across the nation. In Florida, the data appears to show that hate-crime reports jumped 33 percent between 2015 and 2016.

Fresco y M s partners with charity for first birthday

Fresco y Mas, Southeastern Grocers LLC's Hispanic grocery chain, celebrated its first year of business by announcing a partnership with The League Against Cancer. Southeastern Grocers, Jacksonville, Fla., which also owns Bi-Lo, Harveys and Winn-Dixie stores, opened its first Fresco y Mas in Hialeah, Fla.

Cape Coral ranked one of worst cities for single people

More than 45 percent of the US population is unmarried, according to the latest US Census Bureau data. The study compared 182 cities in the nation, including 150 of the most populated, across three areas: economics, fun and recreation, and dating opportunities.

In Florida, all eyes on Puerto Rican voters after Maria

In this photo taken Wednesday, Nov. 8 2017, Javier Gonzalez talks to a reporter in Hialeah, Fla. Gonzalez has joined the tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans moving to Florida after Hurricane Maria, grateful for a place to start over but not without resentment over how his island was treated in the disaster.

That glass of Miami tap water might taste and smell like chemicals. It shouldna t last.

The tap water in Miami-Dade County may have a chemical taste and smell during the first part of November as engineers inject a different type of chlorine into the types for a yearly cleansing process. The tap water in Miami-Dade County may have a chemical taste and smell during the first part of November as engineers inject a different type of chlorine into the types for a yearly cleansing process.

Expired Defibrillators Found in Schools

"For 12 years, it's not easy," she said. "But I always take care of him. He can't talk, walk.

Miami-Dade Commissioners Want Cops to Arrest Homeless Sex Offenders on Sight

For 12 years, Miami-Dade's registered sex offenders have been barred from living within 2,500 feet of any school, playground, or daycare. They're effectively homeless by law, and today hundreds live in squalor in makeshift "tent cities" under bridges, near trailer parks, and on roadsides.

It hasna t been easy to get food aid after Irma. These people found a second chance

Thousands of South Florida residents left their homes on Tuesday morning to search for food stamps issued by the federal DSNAP program. Given the large number of attendees, the Hard Rock stadium is surrounded by long lines of people affected by Hurricane Irma.

Parents at this school can buy armor that makes their kidsa backpacks bullet-resistant

In the arsenal of school-sponsored security measures, metal detectors, ID checks and security cameras are practically second nature. A bullet resistant backpack insert? Not so much.

Before heading to an emergency food stamps site, follow these tips to make it easier

Ramon Heredia, 60, from Hialeah, stands in line in hopes of receiving aid from a post-hurricane disaster center in Tropical Park in Miami on Sunday, Oct. 15. From Tuesday through Thursday, Nov. 7-9, DCF will operate a center at Hard Rock Stadium and another at BB&T Center. For those who missed out on emergency food stamps after Hurricane Irma, the Department of Children and Families will open one Miami-Dade and one Broward site from Tuesday through Thursday.

CVS bulks up delivery service; tops 3Q earnings expectations

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Tampa Is One Of The Best Places For Veterans To Live

Veterans Day is coming up this weekend, and a new WalletHub study has a few Florida cities listed as the best places for veterans to live. Tampa is the sixth best place for veterans to enjoy life outside of the military.

A Running List of Miamians Who've Complained About Anti-White or Anti-Male "Discrimination"

Poor, poor white people. After centuries of subjugating people of color, exterminating indigenous Americans and brutalizing millions of black slaves, it's really hard being part of the national ruling class.

'Obamacare' changes to know about this year

In this Thursday, July 27, 2017, file photo, a person walks by a health care insurance office in Hialeah, Fla. Health insurance shoppers will face a new deadline, rising prices and fewer options for help in many markets when the Affordable Care ActA's main enrollment window for 2018 coverage opens Wednesday, Nov. 1. Insurance experts say those who need insurance should avoid waiting to do last-minute shopping.

Time is running out for early voting in Miami-Dade municipal elections

Two weeks of early voting in four Miami-Dade communities comes to an end Sunday in three cities - Miami, Miami Beach and Hialeah. Homestead ends early voting Saturday afternoon.

DCF asks to allow phone interviews for people with disabilities seeking food stamps

People waiting in line at the food-stamp assistance center at Amelia Earhart Park in Hialeah in early October. Similar centers in Miami-Dade and Broward closed after an overwhelming response from Hurricane Irma.

Garth Reeves reflects on nearly a century in Miami

Sisters Yvette Rodriguez and Yvonne Rodriguez are the founders of Afro-Latino Professionals. The group held their first meeting recently at CubaOcho in Little Havana.

Left to right: Carlos Hern ndez, Tania Garc a and Juan Santana

Hialeah Mayor Carlos HernA ndez is seeking reelection amid a climate of confrontation that is already being felt during early voting and in a battle against an old opponent and an indignant neighbor. On Tuesday, Hernandez will face Juan Santana, a 34-year-old political activist who tried to dethrone him in the last elections, and Tania GarcA a, a 61-year-old Cuban woman who, indignant at the "abuses" against the communities, is determined to not continue "four more years of the destruction of Hialeah."

These bullet resistant backpack inserts weigh less than a pound and can fit in a backpack

Applied Fiber Concepts, a Hialeah-based body armor company, has started providing bullet resistant backpack inserts to students at Florida Christian School, where the owner's children attend. The inserts can stop a bullet from a .44 Magnum and a .357 SIG, but not from a rifle.

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