Update: this event has been postponed. By: Brianne Merchant Hoping it will become a place of serenity and meditation, a Coral Springs park will be renamed to honor those tragically killed after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting. In April, the Coral Springs Improvement District (CSID) adopted a resolution to officially rename a passive park […]
Prepare to travel the world with a new globe-trotting club in Coral Springs whose mission is to provide educational and fun trips for students and adults.
Get ready to savor your palette with some yummy kosher Texas barbecue at the Chai Center Chabad parking lot in Coral Springs.
Spend your morning shopping at the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market while listening to some lively jazz music because the “Savor the Notes” event is back at a new location.
Still grieving over the loss of his daughter by a school shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Andrew Pollack has made it his mission to ensure safety measures are provided to schools across the nation.
It has been only two months since Lori and Ilan Alhadeff lost their daughter Alyssa during the school massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Don’t miss the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market this Sunday, where residents can roam through a variety of local produce and exotic food vendors and grab a sample or two.
After the March For Our Lives rally, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch led a Town Hall on Tuesday night to keep the momentum going on strengthening gun laws.
Springtime is here, and so is the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market where residents can roam through a variety of local produce and exotic food vendors and grab a sample or two.
Upon opening their mailboxes, residents typically receive a barrage of flyers and advertisements along with their regular mail.