Local restaurants are doing their part in helping Marjory Stoneman Douglas victims and the families by holding fundraisers this week.
After losing two of her friends to a school shooter, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas student was inspired to create “I Stand with MSD – Walk for Solidarity” to not only deal with her grief, but so student voices outside of those in the media could be heard.
Best friends since third grade, Julien Decoste and Joaquin Oliver were about to sign a lease to live together at the University of Central Florida in Orlando next fall..
After the deadliest day in South Florida school history when a shooter killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Broward County Public Schools is offering grief counseling for all students and families.
Residents are in for two great performances at the next Eats ‘n’ Beats event held at the Parkland Amphitheater.
Kick off the new year with a punch at Coastal Championship Wrestling’s groundbreaking event: Breaking Chains in Coral Springs.
The Equestrian Center will turn into an amazing drive-in movie theater experience when The City of Parkland features the Disney Pixar movie Cars 3.
The Mayors’ Chess Challenge, a free event making stops throughout Broward County, is heading back to the City of Parkland.
A fundraiser has been organized to raise money for 9-year-old Logan Cruz who was diagnosed with leukemia last August.
An Adopt-a-Pet event will be held in Parkland this weekend where several animal rescue groups will be on hand to help you find your new best friend.
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo will go to bat for his high school alma mater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to help raise money for new stadium lighting.
Now celebrating its 10th season, the City of Parkland Farmers’ Market is going strong attracting up to 5,000 visitors to the semi-monthly event.
World Series champion Anthony Rizzo returns to Parkland for his foundation’s Sixth Annual Walk off for Cancer and registration is now open for the December 3 event.
Parkland residents are invited to the film screening of Complicit, the untold story of why President Roosevelt and the State Department refused safe haven to Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazis on the SS St. Louis.
Join the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama department for their production of the Tony Award-winning musical Fiddler on the Roof.
The City of Parkland honors the men and women on Veteran’s Day who served our country who deserve this day in recognition for their service.
Don’t miss an evening of Meatballs & Martinis all while being a champion for cancer research at this year’s Greater Broward Pap Corps Welcome Back event.
After being postponed by Hurricane Irma, the Ocean Conservancy’s 32 Annual International Coastal Cleanup has set a new date and students seeking service hours are welcome to volunteer.
Get ready for the Battle of the Bands on Saturday night where the top group wins recording time at a major studio.
After Hurricane Irma, Parkland residents seemed to have weathered the storm safely. Many had personal property damage, but nothing compared to what those in Monroe County suffered.