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Landmarks in the history of The Miami Herald newspaper. Frank Stoneman published the first edition of The Miami Evening Record on September 15, 1903. It merged with The Miami Morning News, with the first edition of The Miami Morning News Record appearing on December 2, 1907. The last edition would be November 30, 1910 when it was replaced by a new newspaper, The Miami Herald. The Miami Herald continued to be printed in Miami until May, 2013, when its printing plant and office moved to Doral.
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Famous front pages
Famous news events as seen on the front page of The Miami Herald.
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War and remembrance, 1943
Ben Grenald helped recapture eight German POWs after a daring escape attempt into New York's Hudson River. Grenald went on to marry his sweetheart, Selma.
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Spongers at work, 1988
The country has changed, but the craft remains the same. Fernando Quintero began sculpting sponges for Arellano Bros. Inc. 60 years ago in the small Cuban village of Batabana.
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The cottages of Coconut Grove
People who live in Coconut Grove's vintage houses describe them as magical, historical pockets of Old Florida. One 1920s stucco house in desperate need of some TLC appealed to Barbara Pope.
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Miami River Day, April 6, 2013
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Mitzvahs for Passover, 2013
More than 500 people packed food baskets and delivered them to needy seniors as part of the annual Matzah Mitzvah & More event organized by Jewish Community Services of South Florida.
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Supreme Court declines to hear Cuban 5 appeal
A Cuban spy case that embodied lingering Cold War tensions between the United States and the island nation died in the U.S. Supreme Court June 15, 2009. The justices, without elaboration, chose not to hear the final appeal of the so-called Cuban Five. U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Miami, welcomed the Supreme Court's decision not to hear the case during a news conference.
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Supreme Court extended free counsel to accused in Florida case
The U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning the conviction of Florida convict Clarence Earl Gideon was greeted in Florida with renewed calls for a public defender law in the state. It would provide free counsel to accused persons who could not afford their own lawyers.
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Vanessa Adams, track 1996-1999
Vanessa Adams ran for the Miami Central High School Rockets, 1996-1999. Her nickname was "Tiny."