Each year, this being the third anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, it is important for our community to reflect…
Broward County is on the move. Investing in the future, creating sustainable job growth, and working with leading stakeholders to create a strong economy
Three years have passed since the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
February will also be a reminder of the horrific tragedy that took place in our city.
No matter how much time passes, February 14, the day of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, will always be a day that profoundly impacts our community.
Lincoln Miller, a sixth-grade student in Parkland interviews a Harvard Law professor emeritus…
While I am hopeful for a healthier 2021 now that COVID-19 vaccinations are being distributed in South Florida, I know many are frustrated with how distribution has gone so far.
We are all excited to welcome the new year and all its possibilities, from a vaccine rollout to getting back to business and eventually getting our lives back to some normalcy in 2021.
Since the election, our office has participated in events throughout the district and highlighted several small businesses during Shop Small Business Saturday.
On January 5, I will take the oath of office to continue serving as your sheriff.
As we turn the calendar page on another year, one thing that we can all agree on is that 2020 was indeed memorable in an unprecedented manner.
Last week, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas approached Parkland Talk to tell us about a new national initiative for middle school students.
U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch released the following statement after he voted in support of COVID relief and government funding legislation.
I am incredibly excited and honored to serve the City of Parkland as your new Mayor. The opportunity to lead the City in which my wife and I chose to raise our children
It is an honor to serve you as your District 96 State Representative, and I look forward to working with you.
Reflecting on this turbulent year, our community has shown grace and resiliency while navigating many challenges.
This year has been met with a whirlwind of emotion. For some, fear, loss, loneliness, isolation, and anxiousness may define their year.
Three school counselors from Coral Springs and Parkland were named by Broward County Public Schools and became nominees on the state level as well.
A Parkland dad and Mixed Martial Arts executive who’s experienced the ravages of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) will be punching back this weekend
Writing this, my final column as Mayor of Parkland is bittersweet. Serving you, the residents of Parkland, as your Mayor, has been the honor of a lifetime.