When Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School opened their doors in 1990, incoming 9th-grade students would be the first class to spend their entire high school years at the Parkland school.
Some politicians make promises to voters, while others prefer to make things happen.
Linsey is a young, vibrant and very affectionate young lady with an addiction to frisbees.
It’s one of the most important tests high school students will take, and scores may determine the colleges who will accept them.
Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a summary of incidents that occurred in Parkland through June 3.
This summer, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School freshmen can learn to spread their wings a little early.
By: Jill Fox Runners prepare: it’s time to register for the annual Parkland Dash. Registration is now open for the event taking place on Sunday, October 13 at Pine Trails Park. “It’s a great way to participate in a city event, be out there, exercise and meet your friends and neighbors,” said City Commissioner Bob […]
There’s a chance that the next Albert Einstein or Thomas Edison may be among us. Park Trails Elementary School is trying to find out just that by persuading students to come up with discoveries of their own.
On Friday, residents can enjoy a delicious meal while supporting Parkland youth sports.
Herbert is a handsome 8-year-old terrier mix who clearly is a natural when it comes to striking a pose. Herbert loves photo time, but he also enjoys a good walk, playing with toys and getting cuddles.