As of Sunday morning, Broward County is now under a tropical storm watch as the cone of concern has shifted south slightly. We continue to monitor and prepare as Hurricane Dorian progresses and ask all residents to do the same.
On Thursday, volunteers and gun violence survivors will participate in a press conference with House Representatives Ted Deutch and Donna Shalala to demand senate action requiring background checks on all gun sales, along with a strong federal red flag law.
Hard to believe August is here. For some of us, it means getting the kids back to school, and for others, it means reconnecting with their community and getting back into the swing of the fall season.
With August upon us, it is hard to believe how quickly the summer is flying by, especially with Broward County Public Schools starting on August 14.
Named in honor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting victim Alyssa Alhadeff, a proposed bill may help save other’s lives across the country if Congress passes it.
In keeping with Parkland’s slogan of being environmentally proud, the city commission established a program to recognize environmentally-friendly businesses.
Over the past couple of months, several high-profile projects have begun throughout Broward County.
While it seems like the end of the school year was not that long ago, we are already halfway through the summer.
In a ceremony held last Thursday, the Florida League of Cities recognized Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky with a 2019 Home Rule Hero Award.
Some politicians make promises to voters, while others prefer to make things happen.