Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a summary of crimes and other Parkland incidents.
This week, the Humane Society of Broward County has some wonderful pets to choose from.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s JROTC, Eagles Batallion 5, is gearing up to save lives in the community by hosting a blood drive.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas cheerleading team is officially on their way to the States following their performance at Regionals Friday night.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr at the tribute event at Pine Trails Park Amphitheater.
North Broward Preparatory School’s theater troupe, which includes five Parkland students, is headed to the Super Bowl for high school thespians.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas went into a code red lockdown after an unidentified individual ran onto the campus.
Just four-and-a-half months ago, Zach Corliss seemed on the brink of death.
Thanks to the Parkland Dash fundraiser, Parkland Buddy Sports, and the city’s schools will all receive generous donations.
The annual Family Fun Fest is back in 2022 with three fun-filled days of carnival rides, games, music, and more.
Improvements coming to Parkland include a new fire engine and new scoreboards at two city parks.
If you purchased a pumpkin at the Equestrian Center, you helped provide over 21,000 free meals.
Both the Marjory Stoneman Douglas boys and girls soccer teams picked up wins in a rematch of last season’s District Championship matches.
On Wednesday, Parkland resident and former commissioner Jared Moskowitz and Torey Alston were sworn in as Broward County commissioners.
As construction begins on the development of the former Heron Bay Golf Course, residents are eager to see the plans.
Senior dogs can be the best pets – they don’t chew shoes, won’t have an accident on the new carpet, and know their commands.
Not often do teams have four freshmen on varsity, but Marjory Stoneman Douglas girl basketball had four players record points in their 32-18 road victory on Monday.
Got a good move? Bring your best game to The Mayors’ Chess Challenge.
What began as a cancellation from the COVID-19 pandemic proved to be a huge success for Parkland Cares.
It’s game, set, and match for Parkland Tennis Director Rob Nickels.