It’s a busy election season for the Broward School Board race, and District 4 is no exception with six candidates vying for the seat.
District 4 which includes: Parkland, Coral Springs, Tamarac, North Lauderdale and parts of Margate has lost one candidate, Jaemi Levine, but has gained a new candidate named Abby Freedman.
Those political “Meet & Greets” are great if you can get people to show up and donate money, however, it’s almost like preaching to the choir when the same old people are showing up to show their support. Well, Chappy Davidson isn’t wasting his time sitting in restaurants with his band of supporters…….
Coral Springs resident and LPGA teen sensation Lexi Thompson has made her choice who her prom date will be.
Back in April, Thompson posted a Youtube video inviting young servicemen between the ages of 18-20 to submit their stories to be her date at the Coral Glades High School Prom on May 18th.
The Coral Springs City Commission recognized 13 deserving high school seniors who were awarded Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarships for their freshman year in college.
With the generous assistance of the Coral Springs Community Chest as the major donor, the Coral Springs Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee was able to match their contribution, as well as supplement the Scholarship fund further by donations from various individuals and businesses in the community.
Local Candidate for Broward County School Board District 4 gave Mitt Romney the Pink slip during Romney’s campaign rally in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Nick Steffens, a resident of Coral Springs, caught Mitt Romney off guard during his campaign stop in January by tossing pink slips all over him after his campaign speech.
What if you had to live off of nothing but products that were made in the USA?
Josh Miller is documenting his journey across the US doing just that. He will be interviewing Coral Springs business owner Isabelle Benoit, of Bullet Blues Custom Apparel, LLC on May 20th.
Bullet Blues Custom Apparel is a local company that makes men’s and women’s jeans in the USA, using only American-made materials.
Coral Springs resident David Starr was among the top winners in C-SPAN’s 2012 StudentCam competition.
The national competition, now in its eighth year, invited all middle school students (grades 6-8) and high school students (grades 9-12) to produce a five-to eight-minute documentary focusing on any provision of the Constitution that means the most to them.
As a child bitten by the theater bug while attending Ramblewood Middle School in Coral Springs, little did Kristina Johnson know that years later, she would one day return to open her first production there as their new drama teacher.
Friends are shocked and saddened by the recent news that Blake McCullers, 15, died as the result of suicide early Wednesday morning.
Blake was only a sophomore at JP Taravella High School and was on the competitive cheerleading team.
Gentle Ben has no business being in the mean world of politics. He’s just too much of a softie. His conservative party may want him to be a bit tougher, but that’s just not in his nature. Ben just wants to help everyone around him and he doesn’t care to really concentrate on his own campaign (which is a major one) and needs an incredible amount of funding.