A former Marjory Stoneman Douglas student and doctoral candidate at CUNY Graduate Center wants to let others struggling with the aftermath of the school massacre to know they are not alone and there are ways of coping with it.
You don’t have to sit through a commission meeting to find out what’s new at city hall.
The Broward Education Foundation has now set up an additional Town Hall closer to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to discuss how the money that was donated after the school tragedy will be distributed.
By: Sharon Aron Baron The production team for “From Broadway with Love: A Benefit Concert for Parkland” is searching for volunteers to make the show a reality. This massive undertaking will be welcoming stars from all walks of Broadway to the BB&T arena on April 16, to raise funds for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund […]
As part of the annual observance of World Autism Awareness Day, the co-founder of Rising Tide Carwash in Parkland was invited to the United Nations Headquarters in New York for the 2nd Annual Autism Advantage Foundation Luncheon.
Making a real difference in their community is not just talk to the coordinators of local pop-up kids consignment event Just Between Friends,
Teachers in Broward County will not be allowed to carry guns, even though a new state program was created to permit it.
The show must go on for the drama department at Marjory Stoneman Douglas whose next performance is Yo Vikings!
Participants for the annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life unite to celebrate those who have been touched by cancer or remember loved ones lost and take vow to take action for lifesaving change.
This documentary covers the frightening moments during the deadly massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas through interviews with students and teachers at the school