By: Sharon Aron Baron If you’d like some Halloween fun without a lot of screams and scariness, don’t be afraid to bring your costumed character to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama Department’s “Not So Scary” Halloween event this year. The event will be held on Saturday, October 19, the event will include a maze, face-painting, food, games candy, […]
The search for Parkland’s next city manager just got a bit more complicated.
Award-winning Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alumnus Ben Solmor is choreographing the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical “In The Heights’ at the Sunrise Civic Center.
A local nonprofit has raised $161,000 to four local organizations to help trauma victims bolster their mental health.
Giving those with a connection to Marjory Stoneman Douglas a nurturing place to seek support, Eagles Haven provides a place to rediscover wellness and restore hope.
The cities of Coral Springs and Parkland are seeking performers to participate in The Yellow Walk, an interactive performance installation by award-winning artist Kate Gilmore.
After the chaotic handling of Parkland, and the airport mass shootings, the Broward Sheriff’s Office, under Sheriff Scott Israel lost its accreditation.
A special unveiling took place for the Parkland Rangers Football & Cheer Organization as they unveiled their first scoreboard at their homecoming game.
It began as a promise to future generations, eventually growing into a call to action supporting and empowering women with breast cancer.
Education has been a top priority of Governor Ron DeSantis’ administration, and today was no exception when he announced his proposal to increase the minimum salary for teachers across the state.