With Covid-19 cases, positivity rates, hospitalizations, and deaths continuing to rise, Broward County has issued a nine-day curfew to help minimize the risk of spreading the virus.
Kimberly Krawczyk is not a hero — or, at least, she would prefer if you didn’t call her one, although some do.
Congregation Kol Tikvah hosts a virtual book and author discussion with Parkland resident and now author Fred Guttenberg
The 2020 general elections are underway in Broward County, with 570,379 vote-by-mail ballots already sent out to registered voters.
The Covid-19 pandemic, in addition to disproportionately affecting Black Americans health-wise, also took a devastating toll financially
It’s an all too familiar predicament families find themselves in: their little ones continue to grow while their budgets are shrinking.
As elections near, politics can become even more intense and personal. Such is the case in the mayoral race for Parkland—wherein one resident accused a candidate
Fred Guttenberg is no stranger to grief. His name has become synonymous with his daughter’s—Jaime Guttenberg
As rallies and protests are held around the nation in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and systemic racism, they continue in Parkland as well.
With primary elections coming up in August and general elections to follow in November, deadlines to register as well as request vote-by-mail ballots are approaching.
Heron Bay resident, and college student, Alex Zand, 21, has announced his candidacy for the Parkland City Commission.
Former Broward County Democratic Chair, Mitch Ceasar, qualified early to be on the ballot for Broward Supervisor of Elections.
A Riverglades Elementary teacher working with the new realities of distance learning was surprised by her class with a parade at her home.
Shopping trips have become a mission—as people try to avoid close contact with others and abide by shelter-in-place orders
Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie provided another virtual update on the future of the school year
As COVID-19 continues to affect education in everyday life across the country, students now have to prepare to continue their semester, remotely, starting on March 30.
While the Florida presidential preference primary election day isn’t until March 17…early voting
Yoga for Life held its fourth annual and largest event yet, and the organizers are celebrating the success.
At Marjory Stoneman Douglas, where a mass shooter killed 17 people, there is a sense of urgency to prevent future violence.
After her arrest for overcharging victims by tens of thousands of dollars, forging signatures, and lying on official government forms, a Parkland woman was sentenced to prison on Wednesday.