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.
….One Coral Springs resident sent us a coupon offering a shooting range package for only $39 that he received on Sunday concerned because he believed that Groupon had stopped sending these out after the Sandy Hook Shooting.
Local and state candidates are getting ready for the 2014 election year. Campaign materials are being designed, Facebook pages are being created, and some candidate’s websites are complete with the requisite donation page.
Miami’s notorious former resident, murderer, and cookie-thief, O.J. Simpson, who is serving 33 years in prison after being convicted in 2008 of armed robbery and kidnapping is still eligible to vote in Miami-Dade.
The Bruce In The USA show was born on the Las Vegas Strip in the winter of 2004, with its debut at the Aladdin Hotel and Casino’s majestic “V Theatre.” The show assaulted the senses in a fun-filled and exciting party atmosphere on the Vegas Strip, while suspending disbelief for even the toughest skeptics.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Must be good to be the king. I mean the former Mayor of Coral Springs. At the annual Pinktober Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday night, former Mayor Roy Gold couldn’t park way out in the sticks and walk like the rest of us commoners. No, Gold made his very own spot right […]
In honor of the many veterans that live in our community as well as the 50th Anniversary of the city, there will be several special activities planned for the upcoming Veterans Day weekend.
Celebrate National Adopt-a-Dog Month in October by adopting a dog or cat from the local and the Humane Society of Broward County where the first 50 adoptions are free this weekend.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Parents filed into the auditorium at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Monday night to fight for neighborhood schools and against boundary proposals of School Board Member Abby Freedman. Despite having demographers on staff, Freedman drew boundary proposals that mixed innovation zones, skipped over transportation zones and would not have been […]
Come out to Station 80 on Saturday for a delicious plate of pasta in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Representatives from the U.S. Army will visit Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday to congratulate Jeremy Guttveg, a member of the band program, for being selected for the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band.
A Junior at Coral Springs Charter School made the most of a “selfie” earlier this week when his business teacher Susana Halleck appeared to go into labor at school.
Just what he was doing taking photos in school, was never answered.
The North Springs Little League team received a special recognition at the Coral Springs City Commission meeting this week for winning the 2013 Southeast Regional Championships over the summer.
VIDEO:On Wednesday, School Board Member Abby Freedman still had not pulled her boundary proposals to bus children in the unbuilt portion of Parkland despite the fact that they went against usual Broward County policy by not following traditional boundary guidelines.
As Thanksgiving approaches, the City of Coral Springs is asking the community to help donate items for Thanksgiving baskets given to families in need.
On Wednesday night, parents had the chance to ask their school board members questions in their “Conversation with the District” event at Coral Springs High School. On many parent’s minds were the recent proposals involving boundary changes affecting Parkland schools and several parents were vocal against any changes that would divide their community.
Even if you aren’t a skier, the ski show is the best place to get more information on winter travel packages at leading national resorts. The are also having a national winter clothing drive and fun activities for the entire family.
Broward County’s shelters are filled with so many dogs and cats that on Tuesday the commission amended a county ordinance allowing breeders one litter per adult animal each year.
It’s a treasure hunt at the next city-wide garage sale at Mullins Park on Saturday November 9th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. This popular event offers a great opportunity to buy or sell household and other items.
Here’s your chance to rent the Capital at a great rate during the government shutdown. Someone posted this ad October 1 on Craigslist taking advantage of the fact that there was plenty of room, but the utilities were a “real bitch” to afford.
So the joke begins. Just don’t go answering your door so quickly to these criminals posing as city workers. The City of Coral Springs wants you to know they are are not sending anyone out to trim your trees like these criminals told an unsuspecting elderly woman last week.
Channel 7 News has reported that the money-making red light cameras positioned at Wiles Road and 441 in Coral Springs had been improperly calibrated with short yellow lights.
A teacher from Ramblewood Elementary in Coral Springs received a surprise during class today when two OfficeMax representatives awarded him $1,000 worth of classroom supplies.
On Thursday, members of Congress in South Florida wore pink to show their solidarity and support for Coral Springs resident Bob Levinson who has been held in captivity in Iran for almost six years.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Since Mark Zuckerberg launched “TheFacebook” back in 2004, millions of Americans have connected by joining the social networking site.Coral Springs Talk is no exception, with over 1,400 followers on its Facebook page who have in turn used the social network as a conduit to connect with their friends. Since I scour through so […]
Over 70 vendors welcomed a crowd of shoppers to the Coral Springs Mega Green Market on Saturday, some even running out of merchandise during the day.
Radio control car enthusiasts don’t have to go very far to enjoy their hobby in South Florida. The Coral Springs R.C. Track has been hidden in the back of the Richard D. Petrillo Park for over 20 years, yet many residents don’t even know it’s there.
Coral Springs resident Joanna Rohrback who’s “Prancercise” video went viral last May just won an endorsement as a pitch-person for pistachio nuts.
Rohrback along with Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman will now be part of the annual “Get Crackin” advertising campaign.