Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are being nationally recognized for inspiring change in Parkland through science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM, education.
Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a is a list of crimes that occurred in Parkland from December 4 through 11, 2018.
In their annual Adopt-a-Pet event, local organizations have once again mobilized to help find dogs and cats homes for the holidays.
A petition has been started to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Parkland Shooting victim, Peter Wang, who died while holding a door open to save others at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14.
To honor Alyssa Alhadeff, tragically killed in the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, a playground now in the planning stages will be built to celebrate her life.
As the principal of Riverside Elementary School in Coral Springs for the past seven years, Merideth Weiss-Schnur’s new job at Heron Heights Elementary isn’t too far away.
Grab a crown and scepter and head over to city hall because for one month, students can win a chance to rule over Parkland.
Cassidy’s Cranberries, Litman’s Leftovers, Safra’s Stuffing and Golden’s Gobblers are the hilarious team names that are part of this year’s Turkey Bowl.
Westglades Middle School has reached their goal of raising $120,000 to complete two school-hardening projects which will include additional fencing and ballistic protection.
After his life turned upside down following his diagnosis with liver and lung cancer, Parkland resident Mark Barrett insists that his life with his family of four still appears fairly normal.