A Parkland resident whose passion is helping people received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, or PVSA, for donating over 500 hours of her time last year.
To celebrate the efforts of the philanthropic individuals, corporations and foundations for their dedication and commitment to helping in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School….
Car thefts and break-ins aren’t just a Parkland problem, it’s a county-wide issue. But for the residents that live in the city, it’s important for them to feel like their possessions are safe at all times.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held their Best Buddies Spring Fling last Sunday which included a picnic and fun day at the park for those with intellectual and development disabilities.
A Utah-based company is donating $3 million in bulletproof shelters to Marjory Stoneman High School through a Parkland nonprofit organization.
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.
Still grieving over the loss of his daughter by a school shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Andrew Pollack has made it his mission to ensure safety measures are provided to schools across the nation.
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.