In what could be called an entertaining workout routine, a Coral Springs resident has invented ‘Prancercise’ which involves a ‘springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation,’ according to the website for the routine.
Coral Springs Residents rejoice, Governor Rick Scott today signed a bill in Miami on Tuesday, banning the use of wireless communications devices while driving. While not perfect, it’s a start and sends a message that the State of Florida will not tolerate this type of distraction behind the wheel any longer.
Coral Springs Police need your help in nabbing a couple they suspect stole 19 pairs of shoes from the Burlington Coat Factory in Coral Springs.
The City of Coral Springs presented their Memorial Day service on Monday morning at Veterans Park. Dedicated to all the veterans who fought or died in service for their country, the service was led by Alan Paley of the Jewish War Veterans Post 606.
On May 19th, hundreds of of Coral Springs residents and well-wishers joined in a day of festivities as Chabad of Southwest Coral Springs finally completed its brand new Torah.
On Tuesday afternoon approximately 2:30pm a student had her Iphone snatched from her hand as she was getting off of a bus around Coral Springs High School.
The City of Coral Springs, is now helping to celebrate residents’ major milestones and will provide an official birthday or anniversary card.
Sorry ladies. Commissioner Larry Vignola will not come to your home or office and perform a “Strip O Gram.”
The recipients of the MLK Scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year are: Sherbin Shaji, Jeeva Francis, Kristine Chen, Devonne Rahming, Alvaro Campuzano, Kruti Patel, Yarah Joseph, Alexander Dokuchaev, Tyler Smith, Matthew Sullivan, Ronen Wolf, Daniel King, Malcolm Hannah and Melissa Volcy.
Join Coral Springs Multi-Cultural Committee for a unique tea party on Saturday, May 11 at 2 p.m. at the Coral Springs Marriott, located at 11775 Heron Bay Blvd. This annual tea party will delight you with entertainment, an array of international teas and Tea Trivia with a multi-cultural flair. The event is hosted by the Coral Springs Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee.
Students from Coral Springs High School have a good time with their rendition of the Harlem Shake.