Superintendent Robert Runcie spoke to the North Area Advisory Council at their monthly meeting held at JP Taravella High School.
Six months into his new role as Superintendent of Broward Schools, Runcie spoke to the council, which is comprised of parent representatives, principals and teachers………..
A candlelight service and community gathering of shared prayer presented by the Coral Springs Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee and the Clergy Coalition of Coral Springs. Participants of all faiths come together for the evening ceremony. Bring your entire family for this inspiring time of community fellowship.
A suspect from Coral Springs who fled from Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies in a stolen car remained in critical condition late Tuesday afternoon after he crashed into an oncoming vehicle in Pompano Beach.
The sixth Annual WorldFest featured an array of entertainment and foods from around the world. Held at the Sportsplex on April 15th, this event is presented by the Coral Springs Multicultural Advisory Committee.
Even though former Lieutenant Colonial Allen West isn’t required to live in his own district to run for Congress, he fled to greener, or should I say “Redder” pastures to the north instead of battling it out on his home turf against Debbie Wasserman Schultz. .
The Coral Springs Fire Academy is hosting its first annual Fire Academy Expo on Saturday, May 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Families and future firefighters will have an opportunity to tour the award-winning facility and learn just what it takes to be a Firefighter or EMT.
With only two more weeks to obtain all 10,417 signatures necessary to get on the ballot by petition, drives like this one tonight at Wings Plus in Coral Springs are important for Lamberti and his volunteers.
The School Board race for District 4 will have a competitive season now that six candidates have filed to run in the open seat. More candidates have filed to run in District 4 race than for any other school board race in the county. There may seem to be a lot of candidates, however, during this time in 2010, there were seven candidates, with only six made it past qualifying.
The City of Coral Springs is proud to present our Annual “WorldFest Celebration” hosted by the Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee. Is is a community festival intended to celebrate the various cultures in our rapidly growing diverse community. Free admission ($3 parking), foods from around the world, live music and dance presentations, amusements for the children, arts and crafts.
Join the Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee for a unique tea party. This Sixth Annual event will delight you with entertainment, and array of international teas and Tea Trivia with a multi-cultural flair.