Amidst fears of an imminent 2024 recession and predictions of a 2023 housing crash, the market has shown remarkable resilience.
For those who recall, this is the same IL Tartufo that used to be located in Chima Steakhouse’s premises in Fort Lauderdale until 1998
Broward Commissioner Udine Highlights Holiday Festivities, Tree Lightings, and ‘Paws and Claus’ Event
Are you looking for holiday festivities throughout District 3? From parades to tree lightings and events for man’s best friend like Paws and Claus in Tamarac, you have many options to make great family memories!
Happy Holidays! Time has flown by this year, and it’s hard to believe that the holidays are already here.
Sheriff Tony: Broward Sheriff’s Office Achieves Key Milestones in Public Safety and Community Relations in 2023
As the holiday season approaches, the Broward Sheriff’s Office is filled with gratitude for the privilege of serving you.
The last month of the year is often the most complex when it comes to the many roles and responsibilities we take on in our daily lives.
Are you at a crossroads, wondering whether to rent or buy a home in today’s real estate market? It’s a question many potential homebuyers grapple with
As early as 5:00 a.m., runners and bikers assemble for Saturday morning and weekday runs and bike rides throughout the City of Parkland.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office has recently garnered national and international recognition for exceptional performance across all aspects of our public safety operations.
In October, we all received the news of the tragedy in the State of Israel. At the Broward County Commission meeting on October 10…
As a real estate professional, my daily goal at Parrot Realty involves staying deeply connected with the pulse of the local housing market.
In today’s world, social media has become an integral part of our lives. It allows us to stay connected, share our thoughts, and express ourselves.
An innovative BSO crisis response pilot program has been changing lives, ensuring the safety and well-being of our community and setting a new standard for effective mental health support.
Summer is coming to an end! Here in Parkland, we had a favorable Summer Selling Season. In July, we had 53 homes close, which was 51% higher than a year ago.
I hope the school year has gotten off to a wonderful start for everyone! It’s a busy time as we begin the school year, and the holiday season approaches quickly.
Children’s Harbor is a non-profit organization that serves as a home for kids without a family and keeps foster siblings together.
September is typically a month for settling back into more stringent routines. Free time becomes less available, school-age children are back in school, travel teams are revving up, and the rhythm of our days and weeks becomes more rigid as we enter the fall months.
August is here, and back-to-school preparations are in full swing! Running until August 6, school supplies will be sales tax-free because of the Florida “Back to School Sales Tax Holiday.”
Do you know who your children are talking to online? A new cyber-criminal enterprise is on the rise, inflicting emotional anguish and financial damage on victims.
While back-to-school mode is about supplies and schedules, it is also about taking a moment to set a positive tone for the months ahead.