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June 10, 2021

Local news is more important than ever.  To fulfill our mission of providing our readers with objective, daily, local news, we’re conducting a survey on what our readers think about TAPinto and how they engage with the news.  We invite you to take our 2021 Reader Survey.   

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New Inspiring Historical Novel by Carl Buccellato Strives to Inspire Readers They Can Overcome Obstacles

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Mascot Books announces the release of To Every Page A Turning: One Life’s Journey, a historical novel written by Carl Buccellato.

When Carl Buccellato was clearing old files out from his garage, he came across boxes of journals and scribbles that served as a means of capturing memories. At the urging of his wife, Buccellato compiled his various papers and drafted a ...

Kauffman Insurance Group In Coral Springs: 31 Million Americans Have Coverage Because Of Affordable Care Act. Do You?

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – A record number of Americans have their health insurance through “Obamacare” - nearly 31 million people to be exact.

Do you receive healthcare coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?

If not, you have until Aug. 15 to sign up through the federal marketplace as part of the expanded enrollment period due to the ongoing ...

Coral Springs Announces Winners Of MLK Scholarship Program

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - On June 8, 2021, the City of Coral Springs MLK Committee, in partnership with the Coral Springs Community Chest, Inc., announced the 15 high school seniors who were awarded scholarship funds for the 2021-2022 academic year. 

Inspired by the recipients, Vice Mayor Joshua Simmons said, “To come across such a large group of students practicing Dr. Martin Luther ...

Shirley Klein PA Realty 100 In Coral Springs: Why Home Prices are Soaring

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - It is no surprise to say that we are in a sellers’ market. The price of homes in Coral Springs is higher than ever and the demand to buy is even stronger. So, what is contributing to the rise in home prices both here in Coral Springs and nationwide?

 Low mortgage rates.

Our mortgage rates have been at an all-time low and have continued to say. These favorable ...

MakeATeeOnLine in Coral Springs To Help Host Global Webinar On Apparel Affiliate Stores

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – MakeATeeOnLine is co-hosting a live webinar with the software company Deconetwork on apparel affiliate stores.

All Deconetwork users around the world are invited to the 3 pm Thursday event as well as those interested in their own apparel store.

The link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5550642975712990992

“It’s a big honor for us to host ...

Opinion: Coral Springs Is Spending $221,000 On City Hall Security. Kudos To City Fathers For Protecting Us.

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Opportunity is crime’s friend. Cut down opportunity and one cuts down crime. Upping the security at Coral Springs City Hall does exactly that. After Parkland, January 6th, and multiple public assaults there is no reason to tempt fate.

Last week, city commissioners approved spending $221,000 to upgrade security on the first floor of city hall – just three years ...

It’s Summertime: Watch Out For Covid-19, Rip Tides, and Jellyfish

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - “It’s summertime, summertime, summertime…” the opening line of a hit tune from the ‘60’s in the genre of rock n roll called bubble gum music. It was the bouncy announcement to all that it was time to hit the beach or the pool. And so, it’s now, though summer isn’t officially here yet. Florida doesn’t wait for the calendar ...

“I’ve Not Let Go Of The Vision:” Coral Springs Developer Has Wanted To Build Four Downtown Fountains For 20 Years

May 23, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - For 20 years, George Rahael has had a photo in his office showing something that he believes can make downtown Coral Springs stand out from countless other city centers across the globe.

The developer of The Walk of Coral Springs and the future City Village project wants to create four fountains – one on each corner of Sample Road and University Drive – in ...

Jason Perlow: Coral Springs Techie With Passion For Chronicling His Eating Experiences

CORAL SPRINGS, FL -  For Coral Springs food writer Jason Perlow, his passion for eating well started while growing up in Queens, New York.

In his Jewish home, there were always big eating events on the holidays and during family gatherings.

But the meals didn’t come from bubbe’s old-world family recipes.

“We didn’t cook. We ordered in,” Perlow ...

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

April 30, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – When she was living in a small town in Connecticut in the 1970s, Stephanie Pearson had to bring trash from her home to the town’s dump -- which was literally a “pile of garbage,” she recalled.

The future Coral Springs resident, then a young woman interested in the working of government, was troubled by the sight.

So she delved into learning about ...

Coral Springs Teenager Organizes Beach Cleanups To Get Rid Of Plastic Garbage

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – For Jorge Hernandez, the beaches of South Florida have always been a refuge from hectic daily life.

That was until the Coral Springs teenager realized the sand under his feet is full of toxins.

The pollutants: plastic.

So he and his family decided to do something about it.

They formed a nonprofit called The Trash Pirates with the goal of getting volunteers to ...

Coral Springs Could Be A Nationwide Green Leader

May 25, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - We are investing in the future of this city with new infrastructure and art but there is no thought being put in to making us sustainable.

We are letting the opportunity for Coral Springs to become a leader in sustainability slip through our fingers. City Hall should be LEED certified and the Cornerstone project should be built with LEED standards in mind.

We don’t ...

Opinion: Stop The Anti-Semitic Attacks. They Divide Us And Cause Intense Pain In Coral Springs And Beyond.

May 26, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – This past week, I was more than alarmed by the anti-Semitic attacks that have been carried out around the United States, and even in Southeast Florida.

Along with the rest of the Clergy Coalition of Coral Springs and Parkland, I have been working for over 30 years to keep our communities unified no matter our different beliefs or convictions. Quite simply, we can be ...