It has been one month since the tragic school shooting in Parkland and many students that were affected have pushed for change.
After losing their daughter Meadow Pollack to a school shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, her family, with the help of the community, wanted to create a playground and garden in her memory.
After losing two of her friends to a school shooter, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas student was inspired to create “I Stand with MSD – Walk for Solidarity” to not only deal with her grief, but so student voices outside of those in the media could be heard.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumnus created a video bringing former students from all over the country together to show their support after the deadly massacre which took 17 lives.
Through their local church, Parkland residents helped those who were hit the hardest by Hurricane Irma in Florida.
Parkland residents who would like to be a part of the Hurricane Irma relief effort but don’t how, can drop-off much needed items at Coral Square Mall.
Hurricane Irma is expected to make its way to South Florida this weekend. As a captain with the Broward Sheriff’s Office in Parkland, Jan Jordan along with her deputies, are preparing for the storm.
Democrats from 21 clubs from around Broward County, along with elected officials and candidates came together for barbecue, mingling and passionate speeches at this year’s Democrats Annual Labor Day Picnic.
It was just a few weeks ago when 9-year-old Logan’s aunt noticed that his neck appeared swollen when they were out together. Looking further, she discovered what appeared to be a mass on his back.
Heron Bay, one of the largest communities in Broward County held their groundbreaking ceremony for a new front entrance water feature, and along with it, comes many new improvements to the 3,100 home community.