For its 10th anniversary, Facebook came out with a new feature called “A Look Back.” It’s a slideshow of photos from your life on Facebook set to beautiful music, which highlights all those great times you not not only wasted on Facebook, but shared with others as well.
This hilarious musical comedy tells the story of singer Robbie Hart, who is down on his luck in the romance department, and Julia Sullivan, a waitress who can’t wait for her special day.
A brazen man is caught on surveillance walking into a Coral Springs sandwich shop demanding money, and police need your help identifying him.
Bring your blankets, chairs and picnic basket and enjoy a free movie under the stars on Saturday, February 8 at 7 p.m. as the City is hosting its free Family Movie Night featuring “Parental Guidance.” The film is rated PG.
Coral Springs has named Frank Babinec to be their new Fire Chief. Babinec, a City employee for the past fourteen year is the former Deputy Fire Chief, and has been serving as the Interim Fire Chief since Mark Curran’s retirement in last December.
Last week, candidate Howard Melamed who is running for seat four held his kickoff and fundraising party at the Smart Publishing Art Gallery. City Commissioner Claudette Bruck who currently holds the seat will be unable to run again due to term limits.
There wasn’t associate or Walmart greeter in sight when one brazen man took off with 26 Ipad Minis at a Walmart Supercenter store on January 18.
One Coral Springs resident and future homeowner in Parkland has been helping to lead the effort to fight what he considers crazy boundary proposals created by his school board member.
The 37th Annual Waterway Cleanup in Coral Springs will take place as planned on March 1, with a new leader at the helm.
A domestic violence incident ends with the death of a Parkland woman in her own home.
Attention all parents in Coral Springs who are interested in reassigning their children: the deadline to submit a School Choice application for the 2014/15 school year is quickly approaching.
Coral Springs Police are hoping the public can help identify a suspect responsible for breaking into a vehicle, stealing the victim’s wallet, and then using his credit cards at several locations.
To bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community, BSO must earn your trust. We have made significant strides in achieving this through a change in the culture at BSO, particularly through our Department of Community Outreach.
VIDEO: The “Think B4U Post” initiative aims to promote the appropriate and positive use of technology and social media among students. It’s designed to inspire students to practice safe and respectful online communications and combat negative online actions, such as cyberbullying.
Commissioner Tom Powers held his mayoral kickoff party at Blue Moon Fish Company Monday night where almost every Coral Springs city commissioner could be found, including the current mayor.
Car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the Coral Springs Family Fun Day and Car Show February 1.
Coral Springs resident Lauren Bendesky, who’s fighting stage IV neuroblastoma, was named one of five St. Baldrick’s Foundation ambassadors for 2014.
Bring the kids to Coral Square Mall where they will have a Dino-mite time playing archaeologist for an afternoon.
Let the campaign kickoff parties begin!
The candidates running for mayor or city commission in Coral Springs are all jockeying up for position, and the first order of business is the obligatory kickoff party.
It is time we accepted the fact that the only reason that Red Light cameras were installed at our intersections was not to make them safer but to provide a revenue stream to the cities in which they are installed.