Our family prides itself our on our original holiday cards, however every year it’s getting tougher to think of something more creative. Now I’m feeling totally overwhelmed after watching the Holderness family video called “Christmas Jammies,” So much so, that I don’t even want to get our lousy cards printed up anymore.
Keep your wallets close because Coral Springs Police have reported teams of women behind a slew of distraction thefts targeting unsuspecting female shoppers.
New information about the Bob Levinson hostage case has been blown open by an investigation from the Associated Press which discovered that Coral Springs resident Bob Levinson, wasn’t just a private citizen investigating a smuggling case, but was actually working for the CIA. Read this breaking piece that answers more questions as to what Levinson’s job actually was within the CIA, and sadly shows how the agency distanced themselves once he was taken hostage. Read more on Huffington Post
The viral video with over 27 million hits, shows a young, woman named Debbie explaining that it is her first attempt at creating an online dating profile video. Less than a full minute into the video, Debbie suddenly hits a wall of emotions and becomes teary-eyed, professing how much she loves cats.
This week the Federal Communications Commission will consider a proposal to ease restrictions on cellular phone use during flights. This comes after The Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban of electronic devices such as iPads and Kindles below 10,000 feet, saying they don’t interfere with cockpit instruments.
More than 250 unsuspecting passengers on Calgary-bound flights were part of a “Christmas miracle” put on by WestJet. With over six million YouTube views and counting, this video will warm your heart and may be the best corporate marketing video of the season.
The Community Redevelopment Agency invite Coral Springs residents and business owners to participate in a series of public open houses and presentations to learn more about plans for Downtown’s redevelopment.
A South Florida activist who wrote to Governor Ricks Scott’s office asking for approval to erect a festivus pole, has received approval.
After hearing about a group installing a manger display in the State Capitol as well as another group intending to add the Three Wise Men, Deerfield Beach resident Chaz Stevens, a self-proclaimed “militant Atheist,” felt that his festivus pole rightfully deserved a place there as well.
Coral Springs City commissioners recently gave tentative approval to an ordinance that regulates street solicitors at certain intersections in the city.
Brought forward by Vice Mayor Larry Vignola, this was a safety issue for both street vendors as well as for drivers.
A pedestrian was hospitalized after a driver hit him as he crossed Sample Road early Monday morning.