By Victor Jorges • Published February 18, 2022 • Updated on February 18, 2022 at 6:40 pm Air Force veteran Thomas Holton and his family were displaced from their home due to medical bills. Now, they get to come back home. A South Florida Air Force veteran and his family can now go back home after being displaced for months. Thomas Holton
CBS4's Ted Scouten reports on a Richmond Heights family who had some help from Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade and the Home Depot Foundation in cleaning and rebuilding their home.
By Charlie Hudson | April 30th, 2021 Family man Rafael Granados never hesitated to tackle hard work. Married to Dora, his childhood sweetheart, they raised five children, know-ing grandchildren would someday be a new genera-tion. No one foresaw the stroke that put him in a wheelchair and affected so much of their lives. The routine repairs
Activists celebrate West Grove CRA approval The landmark E.W.F. Stirrup House in the historically Black West Coconut Grove, built in 1897 by a Bahamian settler, is seen while under restoration for use as a bed and breakfast./Lynne Sladky/AP Photo Erik Bojnansky Miami Times Senior Writer | Mar 30, 2021 Updated Mar 31, 2021 A community redevelopment agency tasked
A Bahamian-style inn may go up around a Black Miami pioneer’s west Coconut Grove home George Simpson, right, and his father, Dr. George Simpson, have restored the long vacant 1897 E.W.F. Stirrup House with the help of development partners. Now they plan to reopen the house as a bed and breakfast lodging establishment, and are
The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade and many Black men and womxn before them are proof that racism continues to pollute our nation. We are cycling through our feelings--outrage, anger, sadness--and examining how we can use our position in the community to fuel our emotions into actions that spur
Frank Gore returns home to help neighborhood of West Coconut Grove Frank Gore with West Coconut Grove resident Mary Bryant, who knew Gore and his family growing up. Photo credit: Josh Halper Mary Bryant, a long time resident of West Coconut Grove, remembers a young boy named Frank Gore walking to his youth
NFL Pro Bowler Frank Gore Joins 25th Annual 'Kickoff to Rebuild' Rebuilding together, Lowe's partner to repair homes for neighbors in need during Super Bowl Author: First Coast Living Published: 12:39 PM EST January 31, 2020 NFL pro-bowler Frank Gore will join Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade, in partnership with Lowe’s, the Official Home Improvement Retail Sponsor
Caring For The Community: RebuldingTogetherMiami.Org Categories: News, Local News, WFORTV Executive director for RebuildingTogetherMiami.org, Travis Renville joins us in the studio to talk about his non-profit organization.
BY XAVIER L. SUAREZ | NOVEMBER 19, 2019 03:00 PM A new term has arisen regarding climate change — “climate gentrification” — and it is confusing, to put it mildly. There is no doubt that concerns over sea level rise are propelling a westward shift in new development in Miami-Dade County. When we’re told that seashore