By: Jill Fox Ever wonder how to hit the reset button on your mind and body? A subzero temperature of -220 degrees Fahrenheit may do the trick. In just three minutes, you can experience what this new advanced health and rejuvenation spa in Parkland has to offer. When clients walk inside CryoSpace, they’ll feel like […]
If you’ve been to the dentist many times, you know the drill. But there’s a new pediatric dentist in town, and she wants to educate your children about the daily four: brushing, flossing, rinsing and chewing.
Get ready for a Ladies’ Night Out filled with shopping, raffles, drinks, food and fun benefiting the Early Childhood Program at the Levis JCC in Boca Raton.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Principal Ty Thompson has given the only remaining Guardian Angel David “Cobra” Clemente, 60, of Tamarac, two-weeks notice to end his presence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Don’t miss an evening of fun and games while being a champion for cancer research at Game Night for the Greater Broward Pap Corps.
The journalism students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are now sharing their stories with the world.
On Wednesday, leave your cars at home. All three Parkland Elementary Schools will be participating in International Walk to School Day.
Not only is Nessie Yara is a local artist, but she is a parent to two Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students.
At Tuesday’s Broward County school board meeting, an agreement was passed giving every Marjory Stoneman Douglas employee who was present the day of the school shooting, additional sick days.
On your mark, get set… it’s time for the annual Parkland Dash.
Parkland resident, Dan Solomon is putting himself on the map with the release of the feature film BIGGER.
Student athletes who excel both on the field and in the classroom are eligible to apply for a scholarship which can earn them up to $5,000 towards college.
Folks were demanding a pizzeria closer to home, and a father and son duo from New York both made it happen.
Since Heron Heights Elementary opened its doors in 2009, there has been one constant: Principal Kenneth King.