Democratic Candidate William Rankin has left many questioning his lack of knowledge and experience for Florida’s top financial job of CFO. You may be thinking, “Why are you picking on him?” Well, this candidate isn’t being vetted by anyone else in Florida and he’s going to be managing 14 departments, 2,000 employees and $80 billion buckaroos and may just be elected just because he’s got a “D” next to his name.
Coral Springs resident is one of three women who is receiving national recognition as one of the Marines first females to graduate infantry training which started back in September along with 15 others.
On Thursday morning, a second victim had succumbed to injuries from last weekend’s collision on the Sawgrass Expressway.
Kaitlyn Nicole Ferrante, 21, suffered from severe head injuries after the accident and was kept on life support while in the hospital.
Larry Vignola, 32, was born in Long Island, New York and moved to Coral Springs when he was almost five years old. He attended Coral Springs Elementary and Coral Springs Middle School and Graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
On Tuesday, reporter Brooke Knight tried to ask him questions but was banned from the Riviera Beach AFL-CIO meeting and accused of working for Jeff Atwater.
The first victim was contacted by Carrion who demanded money and oral sex in exchange for not publishing photographs on an internet pornography website as well as not sending them to her current boyfriend.
Funeral services have been arranged by one Coral Springs family who lost their daughter tragically in a wrong-way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway.
He doesn’t own a home in Florida, but has had dozens of rented residences, mostly short-term. There is absolutely no record of homeownership for Rankin that we have yet uncovered in the State of Florida.
This candidate is Atwater’s dream come true.
This morning at about 2am my brother’s daughter and my niece was killed. Marisa Catronio was killed by a wrong way driver on the Sawgrass Exp. southbound east of Coral Springs Dr. A very sad day for the Catronio family. Please say a prayer for a very beautiful young lady.
As we wrap up our 50th Anniversary celebrations this year, there is still so much of Coral Springs to discover and remember.
It’s hard to believe that a couple of generations have grown up in this city and attended our schools, and now many of their children are growing up here as well.
The City of Coral Springs recognized the September 11th Remembrance 5K Planning Committee for their efforts and dedication at making the event a huge success.
After its debut in September, the Coral Springs Green Market has been a success with residents looking for delicious fresh foods, or just enjoying a day our in the neighborhood.
A Coral Springs teenager is facing a criminal charge of extortion after police say he threatened to put a topless photo of a teenage girl on the internet unless the girl paid him money.
Time to roll up your sleeves because Maplewood Elementary School in Coral Springs will be hosting a campus improvement and beautification project on Saturday.
Photos from our Veterans Day which was observed in Coral Springs on Monday with a moving ceremony that included a featured speaker who escaped Communism in Vietnam.
There is no doubt that Ryan Yousefi loves the City of Coral Springs. He shares a comprehensive list for any doubters that expresses what he loves most about his city. Ryan’s family moved from Columbus, Ohio to Coral Springs back in 1984, where he attended public schools and graduated from Coral Springs High School in […]
Parkland Mayor Michael Udine is speaking out about the boundary proposals that have upset residents, after School Board Member Abby Freedman withdrew the last of her six controversial proposals that could have bussed students across the county if voted forward by the school board.
One of Coral Springs founders has passed away at the age of 98. Robert Hofmann was a resident of Coral Springs since 1969 and was instrumental in his role as executive vice president with Coral Ridge Properties in securing the last 3,000 acres 1971 to complete the city.
Attention all single law enforcement officers: Are you looking for the ultimate bachelor pad? How does rent-free sound? While we’re at it, how about we take care of all of the utilities too? And to sweeten the deal how about we throw in some free amenities like a workout room, pool, showers and tennis courts. Pets welcome!
The J.P. Taravella Band and Orchestra Program has been invited to play in the London New Year’s Day Parade, and band members are working hard to raise money so that they can afford to send all 200 members on the trip.