Calling all baseball players. The Parkland Pokers, the city’s travel baseball league is holding tryouts this weekend.
After attending a bat mitzvah, a 14-year-old was hit by a car early Sunday morning.
With a mission to strengthen individuals and communities to cope better with crisis, it’s no wonder why residents are anxious for the Israel Trauma Coalition to return to Parkland.
With spring cleaning in full swing, there’s a way to get rid of a few things while making some extra cash.
Amid the sunshine and sweltering heat, Friday was a day filled with delicious food from local restaurants, Italian ice, shopping, entertainment and games of tennis among friends all for a good cause.
Around the time they would have been planning their daughter’s sweet 16, Lori and Ilan Alhadeff, instead, are organizing an event to make schools safer schools in her honor.
For his positive impact in the community Parkland’s library director is being recognized with a special “honor tree” at the community garden.
After 14-year-old Alyssa Alhadeff was murdered by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, her mother’s tennis team wanted to do something to get involved and help her mother Lori cope with her loss.
The City of Parkland has decided to keep the Broward Sheriff’s Office in place for the time being.
As summer approaches, many parents are deciding what to do with their children. We believe summer camp is an experience all kids should have, so we’ve compiled a list of options throughout the area to serve as your guide.