Rachael Rosier spends afternoons teaching both writing and theatre to students who would not otherwise get exposure to either. Her program called, Lil’ Playwrites not only helps the students in the schools that she teaches, but helps stocks the shelves of the WECARE food pantry in Sunrise, as the only fee to take her class, is one can of food.
The Holiday Parade kicked off Coral Springs 50th Anniversary celebration with floats, marching bands, clubs, and even a visit from Santa Claus.
The City will be honoring the following winners of this year’s parade at a future city commission meeting.
The City of Coral Springs, in conjunction with the Coral Springs Museum of Art, has named Bryan Knicely as Director of the Coral Springs Museum of Art (CSMART). Knicely joins the City of Coral Springs having previously worked for Stonewall National Museum and Archives and the Greater Columbus Art Council.
Mitch Ceasar was elected again as Chair of the Broward Democratic Executive Committee in what was standing room only in the packed Diamante’s Event Center in Tamarac.
Voting on Sunday were committee members from precincts all over Broward County who waited patiently to cast their vote for the next Democratic leader. Many already knew who they were standing behind.
After negotiating with elected officials and with help from the ACLU, corruption fighting atheist Chaz Stevens was allowed to install an eight feet tall Festivus pole outside of Deerfield Beach’s main fire station, located on the corner of US1 and Hillsboro Blvd.
A Coral Spring Middle School teacher has suddenly passed away leaving teachers and students with many unanswered questions.
As punishment for chewing his girlfriend’s shoes, a Coral Springs man beat his dog so violently, that his neighbors contacted police.
Andre Ayala, 20, was arrested in the 2900 block of Forest Hills Boulevard on Friday when it was reported by a neighbor that they heard the sounds of screaming and someone beating a dog for approximately 10 minutes.
Residents can now file a police report online for certain incident types, including minor theft, vehicle burglary, lost property, hit and run and crime tips. The Coral Springs Police Department expects this internet-based reporting option to be very popular among citizens who prefer a convenient online service.
A Coral Springs woman surrendered to police after being caught on video surveillance stuffing several expensive glasses down her pants.
With less than two weeks until the new Broward County Democratic Chair is elected, the current leadership of the Broward Democratic party has provided very little details to Coral Springs 800 Precinct Captains.