Israel’s celebrates its 70th birthday – or Yom Haatzmaut on April 19. To mark this special day, the Parkland Library will host “Our Years as Settlers in Israel:” The Post WWII Story of a Family of Five.
You don’t have to sit through a commission meeting to find out what’s new at city hall.
Making a real difference in their community is not just talk to the coordinators of local pop-up kids consignment event Just Between Friends,
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.
With more than $6.5 million donated to the Stoneman Douglas Victim’s fund, headway is being made to distribute the money to the victim’s families.
A town hall meeting about gun violence will be hosted by U.S. Rep Ted Deutch on Tuesday in Coral Springs.
Motorcyclists from all over South Florida will be joining together to ride in the memory of Meadow Pollack this Saturday morning and later, a fundraiser at the Pollack home.
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.
Musicians from all over South Florida will be holding a benefit concert for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting that killed 17 and injured 16.