The Parkland and Coral Springs communities are hard at work as they countdown to the 2020 Relay for Life.
In honor of their high school teacher and coach, Scott Beigel, who was killed in the Parkland shooting on February 14, 2018, The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Cross Country team is holding their third annual Run 4 Beigel.
After two years of working for the local salt therapy spa in Parkland, a Coral Springs resident and her family have bought The Salt Box.
It’s a new era of quality healthcare for families choosing to deliver their dreams at Northwest Women’s Hospital
What could entice busy residents to attend synagogue more often? One local synagogue has it all figured out.
As a popular pastime for almost 70 years, Wiffle Ball follows the basic principles of baseball: throwing, hitting, and catching.
Parkland’s Congregation Kol Tikvah will hold its signature annual fundraiser, which will benefit programs offered at the Temple along with their educational and community pre-school programs.
A community event that will fund Parkland nonprofits while introducing participants to mindfulness through yoga and meditation will be held on January 26.
On Sunday, the Parkland Farmers’ Market allows families to learn more about the public safety agencies in Parkland along with proper safety measures.
The playground at Pine Trails Park — located within walking distance of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is the drop off site for bikes bound for children in need over 7,000 miles away in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa.