Don’t miss an evening of Meatballs & Martinis all while being a champion for cancer research at this year’s Greater Broward Pap Corps Welcome Back event.
Heron Heights Elementary in Parkland was recognized by the Florida Department of Education as a Five Star School for exemplary community involvement according to Broward County Public Schools.
Through their local church, Parkland residents helped those who were hit the hardest by Hurricane Irma in Florida.
The Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida is in the process of forming new troops in the Coral Springs, Parkland and the North Broward area and have several events for new members to take part in.
In keeping with this year’s theme of being nice, students at Park Trails Elementary School in Parkland have made a pledge to be nice everyday thanks to a national program shared by one mother.
At their annual budget meeting, the city commission slightly lowered their millage rate making Parkland one of Broward County’s lowest taxed municipalities.
After being postponed by Hurricane Irma, the Ocean Conservancy’s 32 Annual International Coastal Cleanup has set a new date and students seeking service hours are welcome to volunteer.
Puerto Rico was hit hard by Hurricane Maria and 100 percent of the island reportedly has no power. There is limited running water and communication with residents is minimal as cellphone towers and radars were knocked down
Get ready for the Battle of the Bands on Saturday night where the top group wins recording time at a major studio.
After Hurricane Irma, Parkland residents seemed to have weathered the storm safely. Many had personal property damage, but nothing compared to what those in Monroe County suffered.