Newly elected Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine donated a portion of his leftover campaign funds to his former high school: specifically to the culinary students who are raising money to spend a week in France to study culinary arts in January.
It’s November 8, and you didn’t vote early or get an absentee vote. That’s okay, you enjoy the excitement of voting on Election Day.
Early voting began on Monday at the Northwest Regional Library and voters were lining up all day to cast their ballots.
Body cameras for police officers, improved parks and updated facilities. That’s what the City of Coral Springs is proposing if voters say “yes” to the penny tax on November 8.
The Coral Springs Civil Air Patrol will be celebrating their 30 year anniversary and are inviting past, present and future members to join them at Veterans Park.
She had just graduated from high school and would soon be starting college at the University of Florida when her young life was taken so early.
A 13 year-old girl who bravely snapped a photo of a man burglarizing her home helped police identify him.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Coral Springs Charter School made the top 100 “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” 2016 list by The Washington Post ranking number 59. They join Fort Lauderdale High School which ranks 57. Coral Springs Charter has maintained an “A” school grade for over six consecutive years and the average student is expected to score […]
One Broward County Public High School Made Top 100 “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”
One local high school senior has won a prestigious national four-year scholarship to the University of Miami to study music.
The Friends of Music, Inc. and other community organizations honored their outstanding volunteers at the Working in Harmony Volunteer Luncheon with live music and a fashion show.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas student was named the Broward County JROTC 2016 Cadet of the Year in a ceremony last Friday.
Parkland residents know where to find Mayor Michael Udine when something is on their minds; he’s typically at the Coral Ridge Starbucks each morning at 6:30 a.m. drinking coffee.
Twenty deserving high school seniors were awarded scholarships towards their freshman year in college thanks to the city’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee.
Whether there was genuine interest in meeting their elected officials or the desire to earn the required service hours, one thing was clear: over 1,400 Coral Springs and Parkland high school students turned out for this year’s Teen Political Forum at the Center for the Arts.
Attention all local teens: the 2016 Teen Political Forum, an open mic style forum where students address state and local elected officials is right around the corner and this is your chance to earn service hours while learning firsthand how local and state government works.
Coral Glades High School wants you to “Smile” and attend the latest musical production by their drama department taking place February 26 through the 28th.
The 2015 high school grades were released by the Florida Department of Education. In Broward County, 84 schools received A’s, 46 received B’s…….
The Coral Springs Civil Air Patrol celebrates a trifecta of successful wins after placing second in state against 90 other squadrons last August, taking first at regionals in Albany, Georgia in October, then becoming the grand champions at nationals at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama in January.
The evening started off with a downpour of rain, but once everyone was nice and drenched, it was all clear for the rest of the night for the Holiday Parade.
JP Taravella DECA today hosted a school-wide event called “Straight Outta High School,”to inspire juniors and seniors to consider a variety of emerging career options that will enable them to earn a good living without having to attend college.
This December, 36 teams will converge in Coral Springs to compete in the 26th Annual Kreul Classic. The Kreul, which is synonymous with elite high school basketball attracts top-caliber teams and recruiters who annually attend the Kreul events…
Bailey, a seven year-old pit bull mix in Coral Springs just won a $5,000 donation to a charity of his owner’s choice in an online contest by the Petfinder Foundation.
The City of Coral Springs nominated the late Army Warrant Officer Joseph L. Schiro and Major Stuart Adam Wolfer for special recognition for their service and sacrifice at the Broward County Mayor’s Gala on Saturday night.
The community is mourning the deaths of three local residents who died over the weekend in a violent crash in Tallahassee after their car was t-boned by a speeding car.
It was just fourteen years ago when the United States was confronted with one of it’s darkest days. People watched in horror as the twin towers at the World Trade Center collapsed after being hit by two planes.
Coral Springs students are the winners each year the City holds the “Golfing for the King” Golf Classic. Proceeds from this annual event benefits needy high school school students, regardless of ethnicity.
Three Broward County Public Schools 2015 Miami Herald Silver Knight winners happen to be from the Coral Springs and Parkland areas which says a lot about the quality of life and the public schools in these North Broward Cities.
The Washington Post recently listed their most challenging high school list and over 360 Florida Schools were listed. Find out how your school ranked.
Students from local Broward County Schools gathered last weekend for a fun interactive technology competition combining student teams which resulted in one school team who will be traveling to a national competition.