Marjory Stoneman Douglas Teacher, Diane Wolk-Rogers is on summer break. Sort of.
Coral Springs Police received two threats regarding a bomb threat at Walmart and on the life of a March for our Lives activist.
When many people think of cowboys and the manly, testosterone-fueled food they like to eat, one dish often comes to mind: Steak.
Although she did not place in the Mrs. Florida pageant over Memorial Day, Mrs. Parkland’s Erin Golka wants to thank the community members who supported her…
Get your poles and bait ready because the City of Parkland will be holding their annual Youth Fishing Derby throughout the summer.
In 2012, Ryan Paton received a call from his brother telling him to look into an organization called Honor Flight, a volunteer program dedicated to flying World War II veterans
It’s not easy organizing their own family of four, much less adding eight Tibetan Buddhist Monks into their household, but Carrie and Marc Berman are not only enjoying the experience, they’re embracing the moment.
Residents will have an opportunity to interact with advocacy groups and local leaders to learn more effective ways create change in the community and in government.
Hours after the tragic mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Alfredo Alvarado watched the news waiting to hear from the Alhadeff family to find out if his daughter’s soccer teammate, Alyssa, was safe.
Broward County, notably the city of Parkland, was a sea of orange as gun control advocacy groups signed up new members, helped register voters, and honored the lives of those lost to gun violence.
“They would lay down their lives for our kids guaranteed one hundred percent,” said Jon Faber about the Guardian Angels who helped protect Marjory Stoneman Douglas in the aftermath of the school shooting massacre.
Anthony Rizzo is selling his Parkland digs, and if you don’t make an offer soon, you just may strike out on your chance to live in this World Series champion’s home.
Tweens and teens hoping to share their talents in front of a live audience now have the opportunity in Parkland’s first ever “Open Mic Night”.
Motorcyclists will ride in the memory of school shooting victim Meadow Pollack in a new date set for the “Ride for Meadow” event after being rained out over Memorial Day.
On Wednesday night, community members and leaders gathered at the new Jewish Federation office now located in Heron Bay.
After announcing their candidacy for school board last week, parents of two Marjory Stoneman Douglas victims, Lori Alhadeff and Ryan Petty, held a joint kick-off party to raise funds to finance their campaigns.
The Heron Bay Golf Club plans to close for six month citing rainy season as one of the issues making the course playable.
The City of Parkland will hold an observance of Memorial Day on Wednesday at the Library.
The dismal weather didn’t keep the men and women away from the Greater Broward Chapter of the Pap Corps event Sunday at the Parkland Golf & Country Club.
The Johnson family wanted to do anything they could to help their next door neighbors who had just lost their daughter to a school shooter.