In 2012, Ryan Paton received a call from his brother telling him to look into an organization called Honor Flight, a volunteer program dedicated to flying World War II veterans
Residents will have an opportunity to interact with advocacy groups and local leaders to learn more effective ways create change in the community and in government.
Tweens and teens hoping to share their talents in front of a live audience now have the opportunity in Parkland’s first ever “Open Mic Night”.
Motorcyclists will ride in the memory of school shooting victim Meadow Pollack in a new date set for the “Ride for Meadow” event after being rained out over Memorial Day.
The City of Parkland will hold an observance of Memorial Day on Wednesday at the Library.
The Johnson family wanted to do anything they could to help their next door neighbors who had just lost their daughter to a school shooter.
In efforts to build a large community of readers, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will be hosting the first annual Orange Blossom Lit Fest this week at the school and at Barnes & Noble in Coral Springs.
The Johnson family wanted to do anything they could to help their next door neighbor who had just lost their daughter to a school shooter.
In order to gain community feedback on the topic of school safety related to Broward County Public Schools, the City of Parkland is embarking on an intentional and planned two-step process
The First Annual Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Charity Golf Tournament and banquet will take place on Friday, April 27….