New York, NY - GraceKennedy (GK) Foods USA is this week, winding down its eight week “With Love from Grace” Appreciation Food Truck Tour, which has seen the company delivering hot lunches to some 2,000 essential workers over some 30 stops in New York and Florida since June. The program was launched out of GK Foods’ acknowledgement of the vital role of grocery store workers in sustainable food supply. Face masks have also been distributed during the eight-week initiative.
MIAMI —On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved an ordinance sponsored by District 4 Commissioner Sally Heyman that makes failure to comply with Emergency Orders a civil offense, subject to a $100 fine.
MIAMI-DADE – Today, U.S. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26), member of the bipartisan Congressional Coronavirus Task Force,and County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava led a press conference with local officials to discuss the surge in COVID-19 cases and renew bipartisan calls for coordinated action from the State of Florida, Florida’s Department of Health, and Miami-Dade County to address the public health crisis.
MIAMI GARDENS – Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara Jordan on July 20 hosted a public dedication and renaming ceremony for the newly renamed Director Robert “Bobby” L. Parker, Sr. Professional Compliance Bureau Building in Miami Gardens. Commissioner Jordan sponsored the resolution renaming the building, which is located at 18805 NW 27th Avenue and was formerly known as the Miami-Dade Police Department Professional Compliance Bureau Building.
MIAMI, Florida – The United States Coast Guard busted drug smuggling operations off the coast of Costa Rica worth more than $118 million last month.
(OPA-LOCKA, Fl.) — The City of Opa-locka Mayor Matthew Pigatt and the City Commission have asked residents to join in on the fight against COVID-19. Mayor Pigatt and the City Commission hosted a #MaskUpOpalocka Mask Distribution last Saturday, July 18, 2020. They caravaned throughout the City of Opa-locka and distributed masks, hand sanitizer, and answered questions related to COVID-19.
Four Jamaican police officers were last month arrested in the United States and charged with illegal drug possession.