What up to mid-July looked like was going to be an uncontested election changed when two residents decided to challenge Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez on his reelection race; they are Emmanuel “Manny” Sarmiento and Victor Cámara. Herewith you have summaries of those conversations, as the second part of our “Meet Doral Candidates” series for 2020 Elections.Read more
Between the skeptics and the believers of the coronavirus vaccineRead more
Doral Cultural Arts Center: It is expected that the construction of this center, dedicated to cultural and artistic development, will begin at the end of October.Read more
We all have a clear responsibility in deciding where the future of Doral goes. We should be involved constantly and observe the actions of the elected officials and the progress they make on the important matters that concern us.Read more
Generation Z believes that real estate is a productive investment and one that is growing at this time.Read more
One common tactic scammers use is posing as federal agents and other law enforcement. They may claim your Social Security number is linked to a crime.Read more
Like every election, Doral Family Journal offers our readers the opportunity to meet Doral candidates for each seat in one place.
Three residents are running for the Council seat 3: Alberto Chavez, Juan Carlos Esquivel, and Oscar Puig.
The public opinion has placed the blame mainly on young people between 20 and 30 years old of the increasingly high rates of Covid-19.Read more
Florida Blue is here to support the thousands in our community who have lost their jobs or their employer-provided health insurance.Read more
The gift card pick-up, in partnership with the City of Doral, will take place on August 17th and 18th at Downtown Doral Park.Read more