By: Jen Russon Ask Howard Furman, a junior varsity coach at Coral Springs Charter School how many volunteers it takes to make a difference, and he’s likely to say it takes a village. The self-described semi-retired lawyer has coached the girls’ soccer team for more than a dozen seasons. This is his last one. It […]
Help keep the city beautiful and score some internet karma when you volunteer to help pick up trash throughout the city.
An internationally recognized expert on school crisis will be holding a mental health presentation in Parkland on April 4.
It was supposed to be a fun and uneventful spring break. But on the first day of her week-long vacation, a well-loved Coral Springs athlete met with tragedy on her way to Ft. Lauderdale beach.
In the wake of two suicides that devastated the community this past week, parents and representatives from organizations throughout Broward County came together yesterday to discuss what they can do to help students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Mere feet from the city of Parkland, the Shoppes at Heron Lakes in Coral Springs is a popular spot for residents in both communities.
In a charitable event taking place nationwide at over 300 colleges and high schools each spring, Coral Springs High School, in conjunction with Florida State University,
Seven minutes and nine seconds was all the time it took for an active shooter to take 17 lives at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland.
The actual Dance Marathon may only last a day, but Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have spent countless hours fundraising.
ustin Kahn is not your average high school sophomore. The 16-year-old Coral Glades student intersperses his academic and social life with more swimming, biking and running in a single week, than most of us do all year.