As the one year commemoration of Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ 17 fallen eagles draws near, the families continue their fight for the safety of our children.
The memorial bench and tree honoring Nick Dworet at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex is not a place to feel sad.
By Jill Fox After a gunman stole the lives of 17 innocent people at Marjory Stoneman High School on February 14, the family of Chris Hixon wanted to do something positive to remember him while making a difference in the community. Chris was the school’s athletic director who sped towards the gunfire in a golf […]
For those looking to embrace their creativity while enjoying a cup of Joe, visit Carmela Coffee Company for a relaxing Sunday afternoon of art-making for a good cause.
Now in its ninth season, School Duel is back featuring ten Broward County Public Schools teams – including Coral Springs High School and Marjory Stoneman High School.
To create an experience to unify the community after the school shooting last February, three Parkland activists are planning a family event to encourage community-building through teamwork.
When students skip class, it creates a safety issue for not only them, but the staff who are responsible for their whereabouts. A group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas students believe they may have the solution.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day will be observed by Broward County Public Schools where this year’s theme is “Workforce Development for All”
Following the school shooting on February 14, a number of Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have appeared on television and in the media.
A corner that Coral Springs and Parkland residents drive by almost daily to take their students to Marjory Stoneman Douglas has been given a makeover by two women who have bonded over tragedy.