Some politicians make promises to voters, while others prefer to make things happen.
Former Democrat Chair Mitch Ceasar filed paperwork on Wednesday to be the next supervisor of elections.
It is hard to believe that another school year is already ending. May was the month of Mother’s Day, First Communions, high school graduations, college graduations, and proms.
Join Broward County School Board Member, Lori Alhadeff for a Meet & Greet in Coral Springs on Friday, May 31.
May is a time when we celebrate mothers. Mothers are the ones who we go to for support, help, advice, consoling and even a delicious meal. They are often the helpers and the first ones to reach out to help a friend and neighbor and the last ones to take care of themselves.
In April, the Florida Legislature is in the second part of its 60-day session, which ends May 3, 2019. While most people look to local government regarding zoning, community regulations and quality of life issues in their cities, state government has been preempting local control …
As we move into the month of March, the City of Parkland begins its strategic planning process in which we review both our current practices as well as plan for our upcoming annual budget.
County Commissioner Udine Awards Proclamation to Coral Springs Museum of Art for Therapeutic Programs
A proclamation was given by Broward County Commission Michael Udine to the Coral Springs Museum of Art for using art as a tool for therapeutic purposes to inspire healing and comfort to the Coral Springs and Parkland communities after February 14.
February 14, 2018 was a day our community changed forever. We all remember where we were and what we were doing when we received word of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School…
On Wednesday, the Parkland city commission voted to move forward to discuss and take action on a separation agreement with current City Manager Bob Payton.
Surrounded by a group of bipartisan legislators and faith leaders, Governor Ron DeSantis announced several actions his administration is taking to affirm Florida’s steadfast support of the State of Israel.
Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a wonderful holiday season and a great start to 2019! The New Year is a time when we reflect on our lives and commit to improving ourselves and the world around us in the coming year.
After a long and challenging year, the month of December is upon us. I hope everyone had a very Happy Thanksgiving and was able to spend some quality time with family and friends.
The results are in for the District 2 City Commission race between Diego Pfeiffer and Richard Walker
Ron DeSantis made a stop in Coral Springs and was cheered on by hundreds of supporters, but the candidate for Florida governor first had some harsh words against the man who killed eleven Jewish victims in a Pittsburg synagogue on Saturday.
A candidate who traveled around the country encouraging young people to vote did not heed his own advice when during the primary elections – even though two Parkland parents, who lost their children on February 14, were on the ballot.
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.
By: Jen Russon You may have seen candidate Jason Allen-Rosner, along with his family in their red shirts at the polls during the primaries. He persevered in a four-way judicial race where he now faces a run-off election on November 6. What you may not know is that Allen-Rosner, who is running for Broward County […]
After adopting their new budget, Mayor Christine Hunschofsky is weighing in after the City of Parkland had their first millage rate increase in eight years.
Last June, after serving two years on the commission, Grace Solomon announced she would not be seeking reelection.