Last week, candidate Howard Melamed who is running for seat four held his kickoff and fundraising party at the Smart Publishing Art Gallery. City Commissioner Claudette Bruck who currently holds the seat will be unable to run again due to term limits.
One Coral Springs resident and future homeowner in Parkland has been helping to lead the effort to fight what he considers crazy boundary proposals created by his school board member.
The 37th Annual Waterway Cleanup in Coral Springs will take place as planned on March 1, with a new leader at the helm.
Attention all parents in Coral Springs who are interested in reassigning their children: the deadline to submit a School Choice application for the 2014/15 school year is quickly approaching.
VIDEO: The “Think B4U Post” initiative aims to promote the appropriate and positive use of technology and social media among students. It’s designed to inspire students to practice safe and respectful online communications and combat negative online actions, such as cyberbullying.
Coral Springs resident Lauren Bendesky, who’s fighting stage IV neuroblastoma, was named one of five St. Baldrick’s Foundation ambassadors for 2014.
After months of fundraising efforts, the JP Taravella Marching Band of Coral Springs performed in London’s New Year’s Day parade today.
Parkside Elementary students received a bike safety lesson on Wednesday from the Adopt-a-Bike Foundation as well as a visit from a Coral Springs City Commissioner.
Children at one local Coral Springs elementary school will not only learn important bike safety lessons this week, they will take home a brand new helmet that they will help decorate.
State investigators are looking into a School Board member for misuse of power, according to several sources.
First reported by Buddy Nevins of Broward Beat, Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents have questioned numerous witnesses in the preliminary stages of a potentially wide ranging probe, sources say.