Start training and register now for the Coral Springs Half Century Celebration, the City’s first-ever half marathon, on Saturday, March 30 at 6 a.m.
Broward Health Coral Springs will also have their 8th annual Race for Women’s Wellness 5K Run/Walk at 7:30 a.m.
The Ramblewood Middle School Drama program is thrilled to announce that their One Act play “Othello or Tracking the Green Eyed Monster” was selected as one of only four schools to advance to the Florida State Junior Thespian Festival.
The College Academy @ BC will hold two informational Open Houses for students attending Coral Springs, Tamarac and Parkland Schools.
The location will be at Bailey Hall, Broward College, Central Campus, 3501 SW Davie Road, Davie, on Tuesday, January 29 at 7 p.m. (for students whose last names begin with A-L) and Wednesday, January 30 at 7 p.m. (for students whose last names begin with M-Z).
Coral Springs Police have arrested two individuals for an armed robbery that occurred at 711 Riverside Drive.
On Tuesday, a juvenile victim, 17, approached several Coral Springs Motor Officers who were conducting training at the Coral Square Mall and reported he had just been the victim of an armed robbery. The victim stated that he arranged on Facebook to sell an iPhone 4 to two individuals later identified as Deandre Chambers, 24, of Lauderhill and Marc Jean, 17, of Coral Springs.
The Broward State Attorney’s Office has indicted the man responsible for the death of a Coral Springs businessman whose remains were found in a metal box in Palm Beach Gardens.
On November 6, 2007, Francisco Cuevas, of Coral Springs was reported missing by a family member. Francisco was last seen on November 3, 2007, at 5914 Coral Ridge Drive, before he disappeared.
Car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the City’s Family Fun Day and Car Show on Saturday, February 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The show, sponsored by Project CS Teen Car Club and co-sponsored by Auto Works Collision and Paint, Inc., will be held at the Sportsplex, across from the Tennis Center. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children and students.
Last week, the Florida Department of Education released the 2011-2012 high school grade results. Coral Springs Charter, along with Coral Glades High, Coral Springs High, J.P. Taravella High, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, all received an ‘A’ rating based on students’ performance relative to state standards, graduation rates, participation and success in accelerated courses, and postsecondary preparation.
There’s a new Sheriff in town as Scott Israel became Broward County’s 16th Sheriff after a long, hard fight in two different elections.
It was a joyous occasion for Israel’s supporters who were in great spirits for the event held at the Faith Center in Sunrise to a packed crowd of 3,000.
The swearing-in ceremony for Sheriff-elect Scott Israel will be held at The Faith Center in Sunrise on Tuesday, January 8 at 11 a.m, where where he will be sworn in by Broward County Circuit Judge Ilona Holmes.
The City of Coral Springs is inviting residents to its annual State of the City on Wednesday, January 30, at 7 p.m. at the Center for the Art as part of the City’s 50th Anniversary.
Hurry and get your application in quickly, the City of Coral Springs is expecting to be overwhelmed with the amount of citizens hoping to be appointed to the Charter Review Committee, a volunteer post that provides input to the City Commission to modernize and improve the Charter.
“I really wasn’t nervous at all today,” said Berger, who had only four bogeys all week, two in the final round. His chip in for par after a poor second shot on number 12 made it a bit easier for him to breathe. “I was probably looking at bogey or double at that point but I chipped it in for par and that’s when I kind of knew I was going to win.”
The Aquatic Complex also allows many teams to use different type of training practices that are not available to them at their own facilities, such as long course meter training and platform diving. Swimmers also have access to a full service fitness center at the Aquatic Complex.
These videos of gorgeous actors is a real treat for the holidays. What makes these men even sexier is that they have mastered another language.
What I would give to have a language lesson from any of these men!
The Holiday Parade kicked off Coral Springs 50th Anniversary celebration with floats, marching bands, clubs, and even a visit from Santa Claus.
The City will be honoring the following winners of this year’s parade at a future city commission meeting.
This unassuming little restaurant is nestled in a neighborhood with no shortage of fast-casual eateries. It distinguishes itself by serving specialties like Dolmades (stuffed grape leaves), Fried Squid, Souvlaki, Steak, Shrimp, Salmon, Lamb Chops, and of course Gyros.
The bursting pita-wrapped sandwiches come in 11 varieties. There are 13 different platters served with your choice of 2 sides (Greek salad, Lemon Potatoes, Fries, or Rice), Spanakopita (spinach pie) and one of my favorites; Moussaka.
The City of Coral Springs, in conjunction with the Coral Springs Museum of Art, has named Bryan Knicely as Director of the Coral Springs Museum of Art (CSMART). Knicely joins the City of Coral Springs having previously worked for Stonewall National Museum and Archives and the Greater Columbus Art Council.
Mitch Ceasar was elected again as Chair of the Broward Democratic Executive Committee in what was standing room only in the packed Diamante’s Event Center in Tamarac.
Voting on Sunday were committee members from precincts all over Broward County who waited patiently to cast their vote for the next Democratic leader. Many already knew who they were standing behind.
After negotiating with elected officials and with help from the ACLU, corruption fighting atheist Chaz Stevens was allowed to install an eight feet tall Festivus pole outside of Deerfield Beach’s main fire station, located on the corner of US1 and Hillsboro Blvd.
A Coral Spring Middle School teacher has suddenly passed away leaving teachers and students with many unanswered questions.
As punishment for chewing his girlfriend’s shoes, a Coral Springs man beat his dog so violently, that his neighbors contacted police.
Andre Ayala, 20, was arrested in the 2900 block of Forest Hills Boulevard on Friday when it was reported by a neighbor that they heard the sounds of screaming and someone beating a dog for approximately 10 minutes.
Residents can now file a police report online for certain incident types, including minor theft, vehicle burglary, lost property, hit and run and crime tips. The Coral Springs Police Department expects this internet-based reporting option to be very popular among citizens who prefer a convenient online service.
A Coral Springs woman surrendered to police after being caught on video surveillance stuffing several expensive glasses down her pants.
This unbelievable model railroad is on display every Christmas at Aventura Mall in Miami. Massive in size, it features many different blissful holiday scenes while scale model railroads go by.
Don’t miss the Coral Springs 2012 Holiday Parade on December 12.
This popular parade along Sample Road Popular is attended by over 20,000 spectators and participants each year.
To what lengths would you go for a $179 flat screen TV? If you are one of the few Coral Springs residents that have been in line at the Coral Springs Best Buy since Monday, you’d even pitch a tent for one.
The City Commission reappointed Tom Powers for a second term as Vice Mayor on Tuesday, November 20. Powers has served as a Coral Springs Commissioner since November 2008.
Join the drama department at Coral Glades High School for a night of Shakespeare under the stars in their newly created amphitheater where audience members will get a unique and interesting Shakespearean globe experience.
Community organizer and Democratic Area leader Cynthia Busch has formally announced today that she will be a candidate for Chair of the Broward County Democratic Executive Committee.
She will face Mitch Ceasar who has been the Party Chair since 1988.
The Chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee has let his members know that he will not seek reelection in December.
Richard DeNapoli, former president of the Republican Club of Greater Hollywood has served since 2010 after running against former Davie Mayor Tom Truex.