An unemployed couple was arrested for stealing invaluable keepsakes from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Memorial late Sunday night.
A Grammy nominated singer-songwriter has written a tribute song for the Parkland and Coral Springs victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Since the school shooting tragedy, the amount of support and well-wishes across the country has touched everyone in the City of Parkland.
Donated from around the nation, it’s impossible to miss the colorful banners while walking around the campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Many signed by students from the schools which sent them.
There was more activity at Marjory Stoneman Douglas on Tuesday after the Broward Sheriff’s Office was called for students carrying weapons, writing threatening posts on social media, and a deputy was suspended for sleeping on the job.
With the March for Our Lives planned for Washington D.C. and other cities, it became clear to the City of Parkland the march in their city would be a massive, regional-size event.
Actor and YouTube personality Jake Paul visited survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where he interviewed students and families, even Senator Rubio, in the wake of the school shooting tragedy.
Los Angeles-based rock duo Sleep Machine, who has roots in Parkland, wrote a tribute song for the 17 lives lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
As a way to honor and remember their late son, a Boca Raton couple has created a Marjory Stoneman Douglas Scholarship to help students who want a college education, but don’t have the top GPA scores to typically earn one.
Just days after the Parkland massacre, links to several campaigns on GoFundMe were removed because the creators had no personal or direct connection to the victims or their families. But what about a political action committee using the shootings as a backdrop to raise money?