Residents might notice a stormwater utility fee on their tax bills in November, if the city commission approves it.
Parkland Commissioner Bob Mayersohn has been honored by the Florida League of Cities for his work and advocacy efforts during Florida’s 2023 legislative session, officials said.
Gov. Ron DeSantis last week signed a bill into law creating new law enforcement mechanisms to punish perpetrators of antisemitic incidents, as well as those who target religious communities.
Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine Invites Residents to Support Local Businesses, Celebrate Moms
School is in the home stretch, and we are all looking ahead to the summer season. Whether you plan to hit the road and see the country, take a jet plane to a far-off locale, or hop aboard a cruise, Broward County is ready to serve you.
As a mom, I appreciate Mother’s Day and celebrate all the wonderful mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, and mother figures who have made a difference in our lives. They are the ones we seek out for support, help, advice, and comfort.
Former Mayor Sal Pagliara passed away on April 30. He was 93 years old.
The Parkland city commission honored five students who won the Allstate and Community Advisory Board (CAB) scholarships on April 19.
Mayor Walker: Earlier this spring, we came together to honor Parkland’s historic past, enjoy festive traditions, and celebrate the City’s 60th birthday with old and new friends.
The city commission unanimously passed three items at their Wed., April 19 meeting that will usher in the creation of Wedge Preserve Park.
Is cancel culture – a movement that aims to ostracize, discredit, and deplatform people and companies for their offensive behavior or transgression – an essential means of democratic expression and accountability….
Final Vote on New Park Development Approaches: Commission to Decide on Turning 39.5 Acres into a Recreational Paradise
Wedge Preserve Park, newly proposed for the corner of Nob Hill Road and Hillsborough Blvd., is moving closer to fruition.
Upper-level high school students are about to get a front-row seat in the legislative process thanks to newly elected U.S. Rep Jared Moskowitz’s Congressional Youth Cabinet (CYC).
Parkland and Coral Springs Clash over MSD Boundary Proposal, with Concerns Raised Over Fire and Paramedic Services
The Parkland city commission strongly disapproved of comments made during Coral Springs City Tuesday meeting suggesting revisiting contracts affecting fire and paramedic services in Parkland if the MSD boundary proposal passes.
Parkland Mayor Walker Urges Parents to Take an Active Role in their Children’s Social Media Use to Protect Them from Potential Dangers
Mayor Walker: Social media has become an integral part of our lives, and in order to ensure our children are using it safely and responsibly,
Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine Invites Residents to Explore Nature and Celebrate Service Members in April
Seasons may be changing, but Broward County continues to have plenty to do. From our libraries to parks, you can truly do it all.
State Rep Christine Hunschofsky Updates Constituents on Controversial Bills and Earth Day Activities in District
Thank you to everyone who attended our pre-session Town Halls in January and February. Now, we are right in the middle of our 60-day Legislative Session.
Florida Politics: State Moves Closer to Allowing Death Sentences by Non-Unanimous Jury Vote, Prompted by Parkland Shooting Verdict
Florida is one step closer to allowing death sentences by an 8-4 vote of a jury — instead of the current requirement that the vote be unanimous
Parkland Mayor Rich Walker recently met with the Coral Springs city commission to discuss the contentious Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) rezoning process..
The city commission voted to table a resolution that supports AP African American Studies being included in the state’s curriculum.
Parkland is looking to sell some of the former Heron Bay Golf Course to kickstart residential development.