Moises Lobaton, a 2018 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas and current student at The Burnett Honors College at the University of Central Florida, said it makes his day to interact with hotel guests.
A new concept, family-run business specializing in tabletop decor, backdrops, and theme accessories has come to Coral Springs.
Students and staff at Atlantis Academy, a private school serving children with special needs and varying disabilities, had a chance to show off its L.I.F.E program
Toy Express, a brand new family-owned business in the Turtle Run Shoppes of Coral Springs, is a boutique children’s store, where owners Melissa and Patrick Savoie hope customers do more than simply browse.
The Friendship Journey continues its mission to bridge the gap between people of all cognitive and developmental abilities, encouraging friendships along the way.
High school senior, Sophia Berman is on a mission to help other children experience the connectivity and empowerment she has as a child of the performing and visual arts.
The Parent Teacher Student Organization at Marjory Stoneman Douglas remodeled their outdated teacher’s lounge, giving it a dramatic makeover that will allow teachers to decompress, eat, or plan their day.
A benefit concert featuring renditions of songs by Elvis, Sinatra, Neil Diamond and Jay Black of Cara Mia fame has been organized, honoring two Marjory Stoneman Douglas band members killed in the February 2018 shooting.
There’s a new sheriff in town, or so is the case since Sheriff Gregory Tony was appointed by Governor Ron DeSantis to replace Scott Israel.
The second public art project in a series created to aid in emotional healing is set to be unveiled in Parkland on Saturday.