After her arrest for overcharging victims by tens of thousands of dollars, forging signatures, and lying on official government forms, a Parkland woman was sentenced to prison on Wednesday.
By: Saraana Jamraj A Parkland couple was in for a scaly surprise Tuesday morning when they found an almost nine-foot alligator swimming in their pool. Earlier in the morning, the husband saw the gator in the street, but thought nothing of it, because it happens fairly often in his area. However, the wife was a […]
Moises Lobaton, a 2018 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas and current student at The Burnett Honors College at the University of Central Florida, said it makes his day to interact with hotel guests.
By: Sharon Aron Baron If you’d like some Halloween fun without a lot of screams and scariness, don’t be afraid to bring your costumed character to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama Department’s “Not So Scary” Halloween event this year. The event will be held on Saturday, October 19, the event will include a maze, face-painting, food, games candy, […]
The search for Parkland’s next city manager just got a bit more complicated.
Playing in the quarter-finals of the district championship, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Volleyball team earned a routine three-set win over arch-rival Coral Springs for the second time this season.
There may not be leaves changing color, but there is undoubtedly some orange on the ground. Pumpkin patches have popped up in some areas of Parkland and Coral Springs.
Award-winning Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alumnus Ben Solmor is choreographing the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical “In The Heights’ at the Sunrise Civic Center.
For those searching for a way to help the community, and volunteer some time or expertise, look no further.
A local nonprofit has raised $161,000 to four local organizations to help trauma victims bolster their mental health.