The Parkland Chamber of Commerce is having an “Equity in Business” panel discussion on Wednesday, July 8.
While candidates continue to announce their runs for the special municipal election coming up on November 3, the qualifying period for the two open seats is upon us.
Parkland resident and attorney Alan “A.C.” Nash announced he is running for city commission District 2.
Parkland resident Derek Olivier has thrown his hat into the ring and announced he is running for city commission District 2.
Parkland resident Bill Reicherter has announced his candidacy for city commission District 1.
With primary elections coming up in August and general elections to follow in November, deadlines to register as well as request vote-by-mail ballots are approaching.
At the time of this writing, Broward County just allowed summer camps and sports activities to take place.
It has been a long winter/spring due to the pandemic, and now Broward is getting used to its new normal.
After passing through the Florida House and Senate, Alyssa’s Law was signed 14 days after landing on the desk of Governor Ron DeSantis — just in the nick of time.
Following in the footsteps of Broward County, Parkland executed an Emergency Order on Friday….
After passing through both the House and Senate, Alyssa’s Law (SB 70) was sent to the Governor on June 16 as the final step in the process of becoming a law.
At Wednesday’s Parkland City Commission meeting, members of the dais voted to establish a qualifying period for the November 3, special municipal election.
County Commissioner Michael Udine was recognized for his work advocating and advancing Broward County’s legislative agenda
Parkland City Commissioner Ken Cutler was re-elected without opposition for his District 3 seat on Friday
Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine was re-elected to four more years on Friday without a challenger.
Denise DellaPolla entered the commission race for the Parkland’s District 1 seat after making it official last Friday.
Vice mayor and business owner Robert “Bob” Mayersohn announced his reelection campaign for city commission District 4 after qualifying on Monday.
Camps may be getting the green light to open, but the day’s events will look a whole lot different.
Sheriff Gregory Tony is facing his first bid for election in August with a seal of approval from mayors from…
At the virtual meeting on May 20, the Parkland city commission approved an ordinance increasing the number of housing units allowed along the south side of Loxahatchee Road.