An event to empower the community and demand change during the midterm elections brought businessman, politician, author, and philanthropist and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to Coral Springs.
The mood was upbeat when Parkland residents met members their police and fire department at the annual National Night out event on Wednesday.
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 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 Four Seasons at Parkland has completed construction on their new clubhouse, and on Friday, held a ribbon cutting ceremony with city officials and community members attending.
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.
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.
Westglades Middle School parents attended a Stop the Bleed course find out what they could do to help someone in an emergency situation.
The talented students at Westglades Middle School brought Dr Suess’s characters to life during the musical “Seussical Jr.” last week.
Friends of Carmen Schentrup, organized a benefit concert last week in Parkland to raise money for ALS research.