CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs police closed the city’s iconic “covered bridge” after a vehicle hit the top of the bridge and drove off. 

A new veterans recognition program was launched by Coral Springs.

Broward County schools planned to reopen buildings for in-person instruction starting on Oct. 14

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Iconic Coral Springs Bridge Closed After Vehicle Struck It

Coral Springs Plans To Honor Veterans Through New Initiative

Broward County Schools Planning to Reopen Starting on Oct. 14

New Basketball Courts Could Be Coming Back to Cypress Park in Coral Springs

More Than 100 Businesses In The Process of Opening in Coral Springs During Pandemic

Broward Health Coral Springs Nurses Serenaded 101-year-old Woman On Her Birthday

Early Morning Fire Causes Damage To Coral Springs Home, Closes Major Road

Extortion, Sexual Battery, Theft From Cars, and More: Coral Springs Crime Report, Sept. 16-22

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