When asked at the Teen Political Forum where his favorite place in Coral Springs was, Vice Mayor Lou Cimaglia said without hesitation ‘Wings Plus’. So, it only seemed fitting for him to hold his campaign reelection kickoff party at the same local restaurant where he held his first one.
The Broward County Republicans have a thorn in their side. The party that’s tough on crime can’t seem to remove an elected member of their executive board who was charged with the heinous premeditated attempted murder of a young woman he hit over the head with a hammer 40 times.
The Coral Springs planning and zoning board held a public meeting at the request of Costco who wants to build in the city, which attracted area residents who spoke out against the warehouse club store.
Democrats from 21 clubs from around Broward County, along with elected officials and candidates came together for barbecue, mingling and passionate speeches at this year’s Democrats Annual Labor Day Picnic.
A City of Coral Springs employee received a surprise hero’s welcome from friends and colleagues on Monday after her return from a six-month deployment in Kuwait.
Staff increases, park improvements, more artwork events and a roadway resurfacing program. Those are just a few of the reasons the City of Coral Springs is proposing a 26 percent tax increase for the next year.
Candidate Joshua Simmons held his campaign kickoff party with friends along with his team of volunteers at the Cook & The Cork restaurant last week.
A customer is accusing an employee at an electronic cigarette store of battery after he was kicked out after making derogatory statements about President Trump.
After a total of 80 submissions were received, the City of Coral Springs selected its new City Flag.
The Coral Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce held a Florida legislative update breakfast with representatives from city, county and state who updated members on issues affecting them in northwest Broward County.