In a little over a month, donations to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Victim’s Fund will be closed. During this time, the Broward Education Foundation wants to recognize some of the businesses who have generously given to the fund.
On Friday, over 175 people attended the Make Schools Safe inaugural tennis event and dedication for the 17 families who lost children at Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
In efforts to build a large community of readers, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will be hosting the first annual Orange Blossom Lit Fest this week at the school and at Barnes & Noble in Coral Springs.
Realizing that the place Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, families and faculty went to get the help they needed looked cold and uninviting, Parkland Mayor Hunschofsky knew a transformation was necessary to make it a more inviting place.
There Parkland Pokers 11 and under team is “MSD Strong” after winning their division title Friday night.
Two Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have won scholarships from the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The Johnson family wanted to do anything they could to help their next door neighbor who had just lost their daughter to a school shooter.
Three seats will be open on the Parkland City Commission in 2018 election, and so far, two incumbents have announced they will be running.
In order to gain community feedback on the topic of school safety related to Broward County Public Schools, the City of Parkland is embarking on an intentional and planned two-step process
After Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School lost three faculty members after a school shooter took their lives and the lives of 14 of their students, two families decided to raise money to show their thanks during Teacher’s Appreciation Week.