By: Guest Columnist Roy Trachtenberg
Governor Rick Scott’s company was fined for the largest Medicaid fraud in our nations history. Scott claimed that he knew nothing about it while he was CEO. The same thing for our commissioner Tom Powers who was accused, removed from office, but found not guilty of violation of the state sunshine law. Like Scott, Tom Powers and gang know how to circumvent the law. Who do you trust?
Residents in two developments in Parkland have reported incidents of a peeping tom watching their whereabouts at night.
Charter Schools USA founder Jonathan Hage and his first mate Edward Pozzuoli, attorney for Charter Schools USA who is also president of the law firm Tripp Scott, have registered a yacht under the name of “Fishin’ 4 Schools” as well as formed an LLC under the same name.
VIDEO: They’re fast and they’re furious…those expensive radio control cars get their own course at the Coral Springs R.C. Car Track, hidden in the back of the Richard D. Petrillo Park for over 20 years, yet many residents don’t even know it’s there.
A 17 year-old Coral Springs girl who went missing last Saturday, is now safely home.
Easter is a great time to bring the family shopping at the mall because Coral Square Mall center court will be open for The Bunny Photo Experience beginning March 29 until April 19.
Madison Bales, age 17, has been missing from her Coral Springs home since Saturday night March 22. “Maddie” is 5’9 “, 150 lbs, with brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. A $10,000 reward will be given for information that results in Maddie’s safe return.
Two pedestrians that were struck by a car on North University Drive in Coral Springs on Friday night leaving one dead and another on life support have been identified as well as the driver of the car.
Local teens show off their culinary skills at the City’s annual Teen Cook Off. Teams will be given the same ingredients, provided by Whole Foods Market Coral Springs, and prepare a meal, competing to win the title here in our store’s Café.
The 2014 Teen Political Forum, an open mic style forum where students will address state and local elected officials and ask questions that are important to them. This is a chance for students to earn service hours while learning first hand how local and state government works.