Nine years after Casey McGovern’s youngest daughter drowned in a backyard pool, the mother of three is still haunted by what she didn’t know then and driven by what she wants parents to know today.
June brings us to the end of the school year and the beginning of summer. I would like to wish all graduating students a sincere congratulations!
Why, in 2019, are we still fighting the issue of men making laws that affect women? Why are men using the government to force religious principles on women?
As part of Broward County’s major upgrades to our public safety communications platform, I am happy to report that we rolled out “Text to 911” in April as a new emergency communications service.
What is frustrating when my eyes see something, I process the visuals, my mind determines that what I am seeing is wrong, but then…
Time to throw out those old documents because the City of Coral Springs will be holding their next Shredathon where your items will be safely destroyed.
Join the fun on “April Pool’s Day” for an entertaining and educational experience for families to participate in water safety activities, watch real-scenarios and demonstrations, and to learn about resources available to help make their home water-safe.
In the wake of two suicides that devastated the community this past week, parents and representatives from organizations throughout Broward County came together yesterday to discuss what they can do to help students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
I am violating every rule that says you shouldn’t write and send anything while angry.
Wait 24 hours, they say.
However, I can’t wait.
In a ceremony held on Tuesday evening, Scott J. Brook was sworn as the newest mayor of Coral Springs.