Early voting is over after nine consecutive days, so if you haven’t voted already, Tuesday will be your last chance to cast your ballot.
With early voting beginning Saturday and lasting nine consecutive days, voters shouldn’t have any excuse to miss this year’s midterm elections.
With over 16 years of serving the public working with various city budgets, and her experience with three of her own children attending public schools, Tennille Doe-Decoste told members of the Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic Club why she would be the best school board candidate.
If there is one lesson that has resonated in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy, it’s that the youth have a prominent voice and are able to constitute sweeping changes in the U.S.
When Commissioner Grace Solomon’s term expires in November of 2018, one of two men will step into the District 2 seat; Diego Pfeiffer and Richard Walker.
After serving for the past two years as a Parkland city commissioner representing District Two, Grace Solomon announced this week that she will not seek reelection.
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.
Three seats will be open on the Parkland City Commission in 2018 election, and so far, two incumbents have announced they will be running.
Coral Springs Mayor Skip Campbell made a formal apology for not inviting the Parkland mayor to sit on the panel along with other elected officials during the Teen Political Forum.
Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky said the community is in a tough spot right now and urged families to get the help they needed
To help offset overtime expenses for first responders who came to the scene of the deadly school shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School…
During a Facebook live video posted by Andrew Pollack on Friday, he discussed his new nonprofit as well as news that another parent of a victim would be running for public office.
Still grieving over the loss of his daughter by a school shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Andrew Pollack has made it his mission to ensure safety measures are provided to schools across the nation.
You don’t have to sit through a commission meeting to find out what’s new at city hall.
After the March For Our Lives rally, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch led a Town Hall on Tuesday night to keep the momentum going on strengthening gun laws.
Last December, I sat on the Parkland Education Advisory Board and promised I would dedicate this coming year to school safety. I said that we have no greater duty than to keep students safe when they are in school.
Just days after the Parkland massacre, links to several campaigns on GoFundMe were removed because the creators had no personal or direct connection to the victims or their families. But what about a political action committee using the shootings as a backdrop to raise money?
A special meeting was held at Parkland city hall to increase policing services after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School left 17 dead and 16 people wounded.
On Friday, Florida Governor Rick Scott demanded FBI director Christopher Wray’s resignation in the wake of the Marjory Douglas High School school shootings.
The Broward County Republicans have a thorn in their side. The party that’s tough on crime can’t seem to remove an elected member of their executive board who was charged with the heinous premeditated attempted murder of a young woman he hit over the head with a hammer 40 times.