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  • 'Canes corner Tracy Howard talks...everything and early Monday notes from camp

    When it comes time for interviews, there are few players on Miami’s roster as entertaining to talk to as cornerback Tracy Howard. The corner is straightforward and pulls no punches when talking about any and everything involving football and...
  • Hurricanes defensive line counting on depth, competition to help it improve

    Hurricanes defensive line counting on depth, competition to help it improve
    — Anthony Chickillo isn't very interested in looking back. The senior defensive end knows that the Hurricanes defensive line didn't always produce the way it wanted. There were improvements from 2012, yes, but the numbers still weren't always...
  • Oakland Park narrows city manager search

    UPDATE: Commissioners decided Wednesday night to interview five candidates: Former Port St. Lucie City Manager Donald Cooper, Interim Delray Beach City Manager Terry Stewart, Oakland Park Assistant City Manager Horace McHugh, former North Miami Beach City...
  • Synagogues come together

    11 local synagogues recently joined together for a Tisha B'Av service at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Approximately 200 people attended this service on the somber fast day, which commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in...
  • Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity

    Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity
    Ben Stocker is a tenor saxophonist from Hollywood, this weekend playing at Books and Books in Coral Gables, one of his last South Florida gigs before he heads off to college and, with hard work and perseverance, a career as a musician. He hopes he’s...
  • Jewish choir 'wows' audience at festival

    The Second Avenue Jewish Chorale is entering its fourth season and it has already made its successful debut performance at the recent North American Jewish Choral Festival in New York's Hudson River Valley in the Catskills. "It was wonderful," said...
  • People on the move

    Finance James E. Tisdale has joined the public accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC. as a client relationship specialist in Boca Raton. Previously, Tisdale worked in the mergers and acquisition and real estate industry. He is the former...
  • OC James Coley likes his QBs, Langham arrives and more from 'Canes camp

    With Kansas transfer Jake Heaps, redshirt freshman Kevin Olsen and true freshmen Brad Kaaya and Malik Rosier still competing for the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback job, Miami coach Al Golden reiterated Saturday he’d like the race narrowed to...
  • Tony Bosch charged; center of doping scandal

    MIAMI — The U.S. government on Tuesday filed criminal charges against the owner of a defunct Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of a doping scandal involving Major League Baseball players, the Miami Herald reported. Tony Bosch, 50, was among a...
  • Once a rising star, 'Lazer' Collazo now a casualty of steroid scandal

    By all accounts, Lazaro "Lazer" Collazo who was told Tuesday that he will be arrested in connection with a South Florida clinic's illegal distribution of performance-enhancing drugs was once a rising star in the college baseball coaching ranks. At 26,...
  • UM announces non-conference hoops schedule

    With nine promising newcomers, including transfers Angel Rodriguez and Sheldon McClellan, expectations are high for Miami's basketball team, which leaves for a basketball tour of Spain later this month.  Thursday, the school announced its non-conference...