Students in the J.P. Taravella High School DECA club are focusing on crisis prevention with the launch of their latest project, Here 2 Help. This project aims to promote Crisis Text Line, a national non-profit organization that provides free mental health support from trained crisis counselors.
Highly-regarded as a dominant closer at the University of Florida, the Coral Springs native heard his name called by the Boston Red Sox in the third round of this past MLB draft.
By: Contributor Adam Torregrossa The Panther Ice Den crowned their newest squirt division champions: the Jets 10 and under team. Last Sunday in Coral Springs, the Jets beat the Stars in a thrilling overtime victory. The game was tied 2-2 going into the third when the tie was broken by the Jets JP Torregrossa with […]
The Friends of Music, Inc. and other community organizations honored their outstanding volunteers at the Working in Harmony Volunteer Luncheon with live music and a fashion show.
A luncheon held by the Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic Club to bring awareness to the upcoming election and issues was attended by over 100 people around Broward County.
The Sawgrass Nature Center & Wildlife Hospital will be celebrating Spring by hosting their 8th Annual “Brunch with the Bunnies and Friends” where families will enjoy a brunch buffet, games, crafts and a chance to meet some very special animals.
The Coral Springs Colts baseball team honored some of the programs greatest players as well as the coach with the most career wins in school history on Monday night.
Here are the 2016 honorees who had their numbers retired.
With more than 350 mass shootings in the United States in 2015, gun violence weighs heavily in everyone’s thoughts. Having more guns brandished openly on our streets is not the answer, yet that is exactly what will happen if a very dangerous bill passes in Tallahassee this year.
Many of you might not recognize the name J. Wellington Wimpy but you may remember him simply as “Wimpy” from Popeye cartoons. Wimpy always said, “For a hamburger today, I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday.” Oddly, that reminds me of working for Broward County Public Schools,
U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch announces his intention to run in Florida’s newly-approved 22nd Congressional District