The Parkland City Commission reviewed three redistricting plans and ultimately selected their top choice.
The Congressional App Challenge is back, and local middle and high schoolers have a chance to show off their tech savviness and coding skills.
Parkland Commissioner Receives Gold Certificate of Excellence from Florida League of Cities University
Commissioner Bob Mayersohn was recently recognized by the Florida League of Cities for his dedication to municipal training.
Rep. Jared Moskowitz is urging Congress to replenish FEMA’s Disaster Recovery fund, which is close to running out of money.
After a history-making season, the Parkland City Commission recognized the legendary Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Eagles Baseball Team’s achievements at their Aug. 16 meeting.
The Parkland City Commission approved a contract with Toll Brothers to purchase 21 acres to develop up to 52 luxury homes on the Former Heron Bay Golf Course.
The Parkland City Commission will discuss redistricting for future municipal elections at their upcoming budget workshop on Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Bipartisan Leaders Join Victims’ Families in Emotional Tour of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Igniting Renewed Call for Safety and Change
Reps. Jared Moskowitz and Mario Diaz-Balart led a bipartisan group through the site of the MSD tragedy on Friday.
Jennifer McGreevy welcomes students, families, and staff at Heron Heights Elementary School as its newest principal.
Parkland Greenlights Preliminary Agreement to Transform Former Heron Bay Golf Course into Luxury Residential Enclave
Parkland is one step closer to sealing the deal with Toll Brothers to construct luxury homes on the former Heron Bay Golf Course
The City of Parkland began utilizing Broward County’s website to publish legally required meeting notices on June 20, becoming the first city in Broward County to do so after the state passed CS/HB 7049.
The Parkland City Commission discussed the preliminary 2024 budget at their July 12 meeting.
A Parkland resident is growing increasingly frustrated as trash and litter pile up along Loxahatchee Road, prompting citizens to take action and triggering a contentious debate over responsibility.
Former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School School Resource Officer Scottt Peterson was acquitted on all 11 criminal charges.
The city commission approved an S-1 zoning classification that would ease restrictions on self-storage facilities in commercial spaces.
The city commission approved the addition of a new addition to the existing Riverstone Shoppes plaza.
Liberty Park’s playground area will close starting on July 24 for construction to improve the playground’s safety while maintaining its aesthetics.
Survey results for Wedge Preserve Park are in, and the city commission is ready to discuss the findings.
Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas signed Alyssa’s Law on Tuesday, requiring classrooms in the state to have silent panic alarms.
Crystal Clear Backlash: Students and Parents Reject Clear Backpacks, Lunch Boxes, and Uniforms for the Next School Year
Students and parents gave the Broward County School Board a “clear” message: They are against clear backpacks, clear lunch boxes, and school uniforms for the 2023/2024 school year.