By: Jen Russon Last June, after serving two years on the commission, Grace Solomon announced she would not be seeking reelection. Two candidates qualified to run for the District 2 seat, but only one, Richard Walker, has continued to actively campaign. His opponent, Diego Pfeiffer, 18, a March for Our Lives activist and 2018 graduate […]
Since Heron Heights Elementary opened its doors in 2009, there has been one constant: Principal Kenneth King.
A free workshop on suicide prevention, substance abuse and trauma will be held on September 25 by the Make our Schools Safe organization.
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, affecting some 1.6 million Americans, is no laughing matter; however, this October, a fundraising event promises big laughs and heightened awareness.
The Children’s Bereavement Center has opened their new location to provide free grief support groups to the Parkland and Coral Springs community.
The City of Parkland will hold their second budget hearing. This time, with a slightly lower millage rate.
You could almost say the Parkland city commission meeting had a “ruff” start when over a dozen dogs crowded the city commission chambers on Wednesday evening.
The Miami Dolphins honored Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Assistant Coach Aaron Feis as their George F. Smith High School Coach of the Year during their season opener on Sunday.
Women are invited to enroll in a rape prevention course presented by the City of Parkland along with the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
This month, Parkland students can earn service hours while helping clean up local beaches as a part of the Ocean Conservancy’s 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup.