Reporting suspicious activity or perceived threats at our schools just got a whole lot easier.
When I lived in Manhattan, I had to pass an elementary school to get to my train every day. I had my commute timed out pretty well, so I hated it when I got bothered by someone asking for money or food.
Six months and one day after the very worst day in our community, I will send my tenth-grade daughter back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
April is National Autism Awareness Month, a time where we shine an important spotlight on the developmental disability that affects many in this country and around the world.
Last December, I sat on the Parkland Education Advisory Board and promised I would dedicate this coming year to school safety. I said that we have no greater duty than to keep students safe when they are in school.
Upon opening their mailboxes, residents typically receive a barrage of flyers and advertisements along with their regular mail.
First, I wanted to thank all of you for what you have done over the past few weeks. I understand that you serve in a largely volunteer role with your only reward being the improvement of our city, and I sincerely appreciate your efforts.
Spectrum Saddle Shop is rounding up support for local equestrian facilities and groups that are stepping up to help fellow community members in the wake of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
Martin Duque Anguiano, 14, was born in Coyuca De Catalan, Mexico. He was a fun-loving, extroverted young man, who according to his family, was often quiet.
Parkland Florida is my home. For thirteen years, my wife and I have raised our family in this small town. This is where our autistic son participated in various special needs programs and fishing derbies.