Church reports theft of $20,000 in sound equipment

Church reports theft of $20,000 in sound equipment

Miami Herald | News 

Last Sunday, City Church in Homestead opened their worship service to the tune of Cream’s Sunshine of Your Love. The church had acquired a new, state-of-the-art soundboard, and it was the first time they’d used it to its full potential. “My sound guy was so happy,” said Pastor Chris Coppolo.

This Sunday, music won’t be pouring from the speakers of the church, after $20,000 worth of sound equipment was stolen from its temple.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article2951331.html

 

Gov. Rick Scott orders mandatory Ebola monitoring of travelers from West Africa

Gov. Rick Scott orders mandatory Ebola monitoring of travelers from West Africa

Miami Herald | News 

Gov. Rick Scott announced an executive order Saturday afternoon mandating that all people returning from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone take part in twice-daily health evaluations for 21 days.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article3373651.html

Bateman ally accused of Homestead Ponzi rip-off

Bateman ally accused of Homestead Ponzi rip-off

Miami Herald | News 

The city of Homestead, whose former mayor is on trial on corruption charges, opened an investigation this past weekend into the activities of one of his closest and most colorful allies.

READ HERE: Bateman ally accused of Homestead Ponzi rip-off _ The Miami Herald

Follow up: Mourning death of Bateman ally, Homestead couple discover Ponzi-scheme betrayal

Miami Herald | News 

Binay Reynolds and her husband Bob were told by a close friend that he could make their retirement savings flourish in an investment fund – fixed returns, no risks.

READ HERE: Mourning death of Bateman ally, Homestead couple discover Ponzi-scheme betrayal _ The Miami Herald