Household hazardous waste can no longer be dropped off at a permanent facility. Instead, Parkland residents are now invited to dispose of household hazardous waste at convenient locations throughout Broward County.
Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the University of Alabama has attracted Parkland, Florida residents to their campus.
As the two-year commemoration of the horrific mass shooting in Parkland draws near, Broward County Public Schools are addressing the emotional and physical safety of the students and staff, and focusing on activities on “A Day of Service and Love.”
It may be a bit of a rebuilding year for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wrestling Team with only four seniors, but they are having a terrific season heading into Districts.
Teachers rarely get recognized for their contributions to children. However, one Parkland educator feels like she’s on top of the world.
Parents and teachers are often seeking ways to expose teenagers to positive values and role models. A new program, in partnership with Broward Sheriff’s Office, shows how adult intervention can instill qualities, like responsibility and leadership in today’s young adults.
Coral Springs City Manager Frank Babinec announced the selection of the new Fire Chief for the Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department.
On Monday, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School went into Code Yellow after a suspect nearby was apprehended after a road rage incident.
It will be a dog-day afternoon at the Parkland Farmers’ Market during their annual Pet Expo.
Parkland Mayor Joins Colleagues as President Signs ‘Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act’
By: Sharon Aron Baron As part of the United States Conference of Mayors 88th winter meeting in Washington, Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky attended President Trump’s signing of the Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act. On January 24, Trump spoke to a gathering of mayors in the East Room of the White House, then signed […]