What started as a “Seinfeld” storyline has become not only an emerging holiday, but a trendy political statement. The holiday’s key features – an aluminum pole in place of a tree, feats of strength instead of carols by the fire, an airing of grievances instead of a gift exchange – seem to resonate with a cynical America. Many are glad there is, thanks to Frank Costanza, “a Festivus for the rest of us.”
On Friday, Coral Springs Police Officers were called to the scene when a resident noticed a coyote roaming the area around 5700 NW 122nd Terrace in the Heron Bay Community. Coyotes have been spotted before in the Parkland area, and back in 2010, the city budgeted $5,000 to remove them after two sheep were killed at Leo and Marie Gosser’s farm in Pinetree Estates.
Coral Springs police are investigating an officer involved shooting on Tuesday night which began when police responded to a call about domestic violence at 12204 NW 24th Street.
On Tuesday, ClubLink Enterprises Limited announced that they had acquired TPC Eagle Trace Golf Course in Coral Springs for $3.4 million.
In an effort to help reduce the cat overpopulation problem, six animal shelters that are part of the Southeast Florida Spay/Neuter Coalition, including Broward County Animal Care and Adoption, will host their third annual “Beat the Heat Spay/Neuter Week.”
If you have a horse-obsessed youngster ages 9 to 16 who’s looking for something to do this winter break, sign him or her up for Winter Break Equestrian Day Camp at Tradewinds Park & Stables.
The City of Coral Springs has announced this year’s winners of the 2013 Holiday parade. Awards will be presented at an upcoming City Commission meeting.
In July of 2012, Coral Springs Talk posted the disturbing video of a man who let his dog get dangerously close to a Coral Springs family’s cat and kill it while out for a walk. Surveillance videos caught the whole disturbing attack and the angered many local residents who wanted justice for “Mama” cat.
911 Call of Good Samaritan reporting man who was abusing puppy
On Wednesday night, the Mayor and City Commissioners may vote to hand over an $8 million dollar contract to a single vendor without opening up the bidding process.