State Representative Christine Hunschofsky (D-Parkland) is offering students the opportunity to experience local government by enrolling in this semester’s internship program.
Several hundred community members joined Broward County Public Schools officials to discuss creating a plan for easing the high capacity at Marjory Stoneman Douglas by adjusting the boundaries.
Cold cases, by their very name, are crimes that remain unsolved. Investigating these cases takes patience, tenacity and innovative thinking.
Mayor Walker: Teamwork is something you hear a lot about, almost to the point of it being a cliché. But cliché or not, it’s at the foundation of most of what we do.
Next Stop Broadway is looking for dancers, singers, and actors at The Academy.
Parkland Buddy Sports 11th annual Running Buddies program begins Sunday, October 16…
Democratic Sen. Tina Polsky is vying to represent some new territory, and she’s well on her way to dominating fundraising in her race with Republican candidate….
Mayor Walker: Regardless of the form the conversation takes, I come away with a firm conclusion—we all benefit when we do things together.
While growing up in Boston, for us, Labor Day was the unofficial end to the summer. Not only was it a chance to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of our labor force, but also their contributions to help make our country strong.
This month, we honor the more than 500 deputies, firefighters and civilian employees, who faced significant danger, saved lives and performed exceptional acts in 2020 and 2021….
When it comes to the controversial plan to put commercial development on a defunct golf course on the edge of the Everglades, Parkland Mayor Rich Walker has made his position clear from the beginning.
Max Schachter to the MSD Public Safety Commission: “Four and a half years later, and it’s still not fixed”
Conditions that contributed to 58 minutes of chaos at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School — and students bleeding out on classroom floors — still exist today, a school safety panel heard Tuesday.
August marks the return to school and, ultimately, the end of Summer. I know I ask this every year, but “where does the time go?”
I want to thank you, the residents of District 96 (soon to be District 95), for your continued support as I am honored and grateful to share with you that I have been re-elected
August is here, and I hope you all have had a wonderful summer so far. Trying to stay cool? Check out some of the great options like splash pads and water parks that the county operates.
Sheriff Tony: The men and women of the Broward Sheriff’s Office work hard to assure public safety.
An estimated 5.8 million Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s. Here in our home state of Florida, we have the country’s second-highest incidence….
After a smash-hit first performance of “Descendants: The Musical” earlier in the summer, Next Stop Broadway is again opening its doors for their third session of the student acting camp.
For the second year in a row, three-time All-Star and World Series champion Anthony Rizzo is hosting his Swing for the Fences Auction
So, this month, July 2022, while the country celebrates its independence, Parkland also commemorates the 59th year of its founding.