Broward County Public Schools continues to offer grief counseling for all students, staff and families on Friday.
In an unspeakable tragedy that took the lives a football coach, an athletic director, a social studies teacher and 14 students, a community is now in mourning.
“Today is a day of healing. A day of mourning,” said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel in a press conference in the aftermath of one of this country’s worst school shootings in Parkland.
After the deadliest day in South Florida school history when a shooter killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Broward County Public Schools is offering grief counseling for all students and families.
Move over Elon Musk, the astronomy students on Team Aquila at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have begun their own foray into space.
Residents are in for two great performances at the next Eats ‘n’ Beats event held at the Parkland Amphitheater.
Parkland’s Captain Jan Jordan with the Broward Sheriff’s Office gave the city commission an update on crime and prevention at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Parkland’s own Rising Tide Car Wash has created an online program that will provide a road map for families who believe starting a business is their only way to help loved ones with autism build a future.
The Greater Broward Pap Corp was presented with a generous check from a local organization at their sold-out Super Bowl Tailgate Party.
Two vandals broke in and stole almost $500 in cash from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School vending machines and left thousands of dollars in damage in their wake.