A 2008 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Daley joined with fellow local elected officials to bring the lawsuit to overturn the “draconian and unconstitutional punitive provisions.”
State Rep. Christine Hunschofsky is launching a new high school internship program
U.S. Representative Ted Deutch who represents Coral Springs called the insurrection “a tragic stain on American democracy”
State Rep. Dan Daley, D-Coral Springs, has been appointed to serve on five committees and subcommittees for Florida’s upcoming legislative sessions.
While I am hopeful for a healthier 2021 now that COVID-19 vaccinations are being distributed in South Florida, I know many are frustrated with how distribution has gone so far.
We are all excited to welcome the new year and all its possibilities, from a vaccine rollout to getting back to business and eventually getting our lives back to some normalcy in 2021.
As we put what was an unprecedented year behind us, it is important for us to focus on the future and what the promise of a new year can bring to the City of Coral Springs.
With Covid-19 cases, positivity rates, hospitalizations, and deaths continuing to rise, Broward County has issued a nine-day curfew to help minimize the risk of spreading the virus.
For many, 2020 has been a very difficult year — and for others, it has been a pretty good year, Vice Mayor Joshua Simmons shares with Coral Springs Talk.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced a new Executive Order during the first phase of vaccine administration targeting older Floridians.
The City of Coral Springs announces the three winners of the 2020 Deck the Halls Holiday Décor Contest
The Coral Springs city commission meeting grew contentious Wednesday..
To protect animals from the horrific abuse at the hands of their caretakers, State Representative Dan Daley has re-filed a bill…
Joshua Simmons has been appointed as vice mayor by the city commission on Wednesday, making him the first Black vice mayor in the city’s history.
As we start the countdown to the end of the year, it is the perfect time to take a step back, reflect, learn from what we experienced and prepare for what’s to come in the new year.
After several days of prolonged ballot-counting between Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump, it was finally announced on November 7
Debbi Hixon won Seat 9 on the Broward County School Board with 67 percent of the votes over Dr. Jeff Holness.
A woman who grew up in the city with everything under the sun and graduated from Coral Springs Charter School has realized her dream of one day sitting on the commission board.
Election Day showed a decisive win for Vice Mayor and city commissioner Joy Carter, who held onto Seat 5 on Tuesday.
The year 2020 is almost over – and what a challenging year it has been! The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we live, work, and attend school.
As we march into November and the upcoming holiday season, our cities are getting creative. Now is a great time to check out events like drive-in movie nights
The 2020 election has inspired record-breaking early voting turnout, and local organizations hope to continue the momentum through the final week– and they are a hosting a Rock the Vote event that has been moved to Coconut Creek.
This election has inspired record-breaking early voting turnout, and local organizations are hoping to continue that momentum as the final week of early voting arrives.
As early voting in Florida and around the country boasts a record-breaking turnout, Coral Springs residents are heading to the Northwest Regional Library to make their voices heard.
A Coral Springs resident, whose business focuses on launching podcasts, is joining forces with local leaders to discuss the hot button topic of ways civilians and police can better get along.
Broward Democrats and Republicans have been campaigning alongside each other for decades…
Once known for its North Broward Preparatory campus and business center with the same name, an area just south of Sample Road is getting a makeover soon.
A popular, automated car wash chain is coming to Coral Springs and not everyone is happy about it.
Early voting is now underway in Broward County, with 80,731 votes now cast at the polls and 273,417 vote-by-mail ballots received on Wednesday, October 21.
To encourage engagement for those under 18 on the importance of democracy and their civic responsibilities, the City of Coral Springs held a “The Importance of Voting” poster contest.