Calling all mahjong players. Don’t miss an evening of fun while being a champion for cancer research at the first virtual mahjong game night for the Greater Broward Pap Corps.
The developer for Somerset Parkland Academy has final work to do on the nearby intersection at the northwest corner of University Drive and Hillsboro Boulevard.
The 2020 general elections are underway in Broward County, with 570,379 vote-by-mail ballots already sent out to registered voters.
The Parkland Library is open and ready to host its first in-person event since closing during COVID-19–outside with physical distancing, of course.
Enjoy a fabulous evening all from the comfort of your own home when In Jacob’s Shoes will host its 10th Annual “Every Sole Counts” Virtual Fundraiser, benefiting local children in need.
Some Halloween festivities are still taking place around Parkland, including the ever-popular pumpkin patches, however they may be a little harder to find this year.
Not My Daughter…Find a Cure Now! brings women together for a common purpose—to raise awareness and create a future for their daughters without breast cancer.
As new Covid-19 cases in Florida decline, so do the restrictions on the everyday lives of residents.
A long-standing supporter of Tomorrow’s Rainbow, Vice Mayor Bob Mayersohn is about to be locked up for the second time.
It’s an all too familiar predicament families find themselves in: their little ones continue to grow while their budgets are shrinking.
Get ready for more space in the garage because, in October, residents can safely dispose of all types of household hazardous materials
Residents will get the opportunity to see and hear the candidates during the first-ever Parkland Public Office Debates.
From graduation to birthday parades, practically everything is taking on a drive-thru format.
Get in your car and join your neighbors in a fun, drive-in movie event when the Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department features “Playing with Fire”
During COVID-19, Parkland Cares is continuing to do everything they can to help heal the community.
The apples and honey are there but something will be missing during this Jewish New Year—the congregation.
The Greater Broward Chapter of The Pap Corps raised close to $30,000 for cancer research.
The members of C.A.R.E. South Florida are excited to host their first community event supporting a small business on Saturday, September 12.
Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky, along with six other women, are being honored by the Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida for being leaders in their industry and role models for girls.
The Greater Broward Chapter of the Pap Corps is celebrating their tenth anniversary virtually.