Eaton Financial Group In Coral Springs: Crypto -- The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - “If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?”  Tuco the Ugly

No matter what your motivation: vacation, new home, college tuition, etc., Crypto is a new investment opportunity worth exploring. 

If there was an apt summation of the get rich quick mentality and how crypto seems to bring out the worst and best in us as ...

Brodzki Jacobs in Coral Springs: My Husband And I Are Getting Divorced. He’s The Breadwinner. Will I Get Alimony?

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Here’s a question we often get:

I’ve been married for 10 years, and I’ve been a stay-at-home Mom for eight years. We have two children. My husband has been the breadwinner in the family our entire marriage, making $180,000 a year. Will I get alimony when I get divorced? If so, how much and for how long? Is that separate from child ...

Broward Health Coral Springs Celebrates Emergency Nurses Week

October 14, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Each year emergency nurses are recognized for their invaluable contributions to the health of our community.

To celebrate the dedication shown and unprecedented challenges overcome by Broward Health nurses during the pandemic, the City of Coral Springs issued a proclamation in honor of Emergency Nurses Week, which is October 12-18.

In a ceremony this week at Broward ...

Drive-Thru Pumpkin Patch At Broward Health Coral Springs On Oct. 16

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Broward Health Coral Springs is hosting a drive-thru Pumpkin Patch on Saturday, Oct. 16, 10-1 pm with free pumpkins, kid treat bags, music, costumed characters, and a SWAT truck and fire truck from the City of Coral Springs.

This FREE event gives families an opportunity to drive down Pumpkin Patch Lane and enjoy the experience of waving at characters and our therapy dogs, ...

State Farm Insurance Agent Victor Schlicht In Coral Springs: Tips To Help Your Teen Avoid Crashes And Stay Safe On The Road

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - According to a report from the Governors Highway Safety Administration (GHSA) and Ford Motor Company Fund, speeding and lack of experience are often to blame for risky teen driving behavior. This may explain why motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of teen fatalities in the U.S.

Safe driving tips for teens:

Ensure compliance with graduated ...

Save Something Other Than Money In Coral Springs, And Stay Away From Microscopic Balls

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Having read lots of articles on waste, pollution, and ecology, and watching what climate change and obdurate people are doing to erase the Florida as we know it (except for the heat), I felt an urge to share these thoughts with you.

Remember soda in bottles? Milk in bottles? The thick brown bags in which you carried home your groceries? Vacuum packed coffee tins and that ...

Opinion: "It Is Unconscionable" That Coral Springs Accepted Millions In Federal Stimulus Funds And Still Plans To Raise Our Tax Rate

September 19, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - The City of Coral Springs received $5.7 million in CARES Act funds last year and is receiving another $19.81 million in ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act of 2021) funds in 2021 and 2022.

The ARPA was signed into law in March to provide additional stimulus monies to cities to be used to offset any revenue losses they may have experienced. According to the National League ...

‘If I Get Involved In Something, I’m All In’: Financial Planner Also Serves As Chief Of Coral Springs Parkland Volunteer Emergency Response Team

October 15, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Late one afternoon, Joseph Chalom was sitting behind his desk on Sample Road in Coral Springs when a 9-1-1 dispatcher called about a fatal shooting and requested his help right away.

The financial advisor dropped what he was doing to get his team of volunteers to a police staging area where they helped officers cool off, brought them dinner, and provided other support ...

Speeding In Coral Springs: Social Worker Has Pushed City For Years To Resolve Issue In Her Neighborhood

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Long before a child on a bike was hit by a truck down the street, a singer-turned-social worker was pushing Coral Springs to take measures to slow down drivers in her working-class neighborhood.

For four years, Teresa Bridges said she’s called police and organized a petition among neighbors urging City Hall officials to add signs, increase police patrols, ...

Reply To "We Have Seen The Enemy And He Is Us"

September 1, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - This letter is in regard to a recent column by William Gralnick.

Once again our always clueless Coral Springs resident malcontent William Gralnick is on the offensive. This time, he has labeled me the “enemy”.  Yes, as a twenty year resident of Coral Springs, who has raised two college-educated daughters, obeys the law, volunteers and takes pride in my ...