Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a summary of crimes that occurred in Parkland from February 11 through February 18.
A Town Hall meeting led by Superintendent Robert Runcie has been scheduled by the district to provide an overview of school safety measures.
To create an experience to unify the community after the school shooting last February, three Parkland activists are planning a family event to encourage community-building through teamwork.
Bringing Coachella Valley to Parkland, the city will be holding their second annual Parkchella event in March.
During construction of the new wing, the Parkland Library remains open and is holding many upcoming classes for all-ages.
In a coffee house style reminiscent of any episode of Friends, Carmela, as it’s known to locals, is taking on a series of evening events to “perk up” the restaurant’s twilight attendance.
While walking near the Interfaith Ceremony at Pine Trails Park to commemorate the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting, two people were struck by a vehicle.
Lyft is helping residents commemorate those lost one year ago during the school shooting by offering free rides to the Interfaith Ceremony on February 14.
“DON’T CALL ME I’M HIDING IN A CLOSET WITH MY TEACHER” This was the text I received on 2/14 from my daughter after I tried calling her, when I was informed there was an active shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where she is a student.
There are so many clichés around time and the passing of it. “Time flies,” or “It felt like it was just yesterday,” come to mind. Another one that comes to mind is the blanket statement that, “time heals all wounds.”