The CDC recommends – and Broward County Emergency Orders require – residents and visitors to wear a facial covering in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
In memory of their younger sister, Hunter and Huck Pollack opened up in a short, meaningful video about Princess Meadow’s Playground
A Pompano Beach man was placed under arrest and charged with domestic battery by strangulation after a fight with his girlfriend
An 11 p.m. curfew is going into effect Friday night and will continue nightly until….
The city of Coral Springs Commission Meeting was met with a vocal public debate due to federal grant money to be voted on by the commission for the Coral Springs Police Department.
It’s been five days since our last update from the Florida Department of Health.
Several Coral Springs businesses were reported for not following precautions put in place by the Center for Disease Control in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.
An off duty member of the Coral Springs Fire Department is being hailed a hero after some quick thinking…
Severely ill COVID-19 patients may benefit from the antibodies from blood plasma donations. The catch is the only people who can donate are those who have already had the coronavirus and recovered.
Thanks to the work of the Coral Springs Price Economic Crimes Unit, justice was found for the victims of identity theft.
I fully support opening schools 100 percent in class, on time, as well as resuming all fall sports.
As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, the Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department has been working with the other City Departments
Coral Springs Panthers Youth Softball is preparing for their upcoming season and their new coach is no stranger to the team.
At the Broward School Board workshop on Tuesday, Superintendent Robert Runcie addressed the reopening of schools
A man was arrested for domestic battery after allegedly punching his girlfriend in the face and spitting on her.
Coral Springs Police, BSO, and the organizers of Honor Flight South Florida gave area Veterans the recognition they deserved
After a short and temporary voluntary closure due to an employee testing positive for the Coronavirus, a popular frozen treat establishment is ready to reopen its doors.
Broward County Public Schools hasn’t asked me my opinion on going back to school in August, but I will go ahead and offer it anyway.
The Publix at Lakeview Center is the latest supermarket to tell employees there that one of their fellow associates is among the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Florida
It’s been six days since our last update from the Florida Department of Health.