CORAL SPRINGS, FL –  A developer has a vision for making a downtown Coral Springs traffic intersection one of the most unique in the world: building fountains on all four corners.

A 40-year-old man allegedly carjacked a car from a Walmart in Coral Springs on Wednesday.

And 20 schools serving Coral Springs had 57 new cases of Covid-19 reported among students, teachers, and other staff between April 11-17.

Read these Coral Springs stories and more from this week in the links below:

Developer Has Vision For Making Downtown Coral Springs Truly Unique: Build Fountains At Major Intersection

Alleged Carjacker Told His Victim Outside Coral Springs Walmart: “Sweetie, This Is A Carjacking, Take Your Kid Out Of The Car”

Twenty Schools Serving Coral Springs Had New Covid-19 Cases Reported Between April 11-17


How Coral Springs High Schools Ranked In Florida And Nation In 2021 Based On New Report

Princess Meadow’s Playground In Coral Springs Adds New Feature In Memory Of Teen Lost In MSD Tragedy

Sponsored Content: The Bin Doctor In Coral Springs: Have Your Office Disinfected and Protect Your Employees and Clients

Broward Schools Superintendent And General Counsel Offer To Resign

What Homes Have Sold in Coral Springs, April 1-30

Methamphetamine Trafficking, DUI, Battery, And More: Coral Springs Police Arrest Report, April 14 – 20

“You Have To Keep Pushing:” Coral Springs Resident On Lifelong Mission To Improve Environment

Coral Springs Police: Person Barricaded In Apartment On Atlantic Boulevard

Coral Springs Plans In-Person Memorial Day Ceremony

Read more stories here.


Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and sign up for FREE TAPinto Coral Springs E-News alerts to be the first to read about all things Coral Springs.

Download the FREE TAPinto App. Click here for Android - Click here for iOS for breaking news, traffic/weather alerts, and special offers.

Have an idea for a story? Looking to advertise? Email Editor/Publisher Leon Fooksman: