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Economic Development Leaders Are Asking: Does Coral Springs Need College Facility To Train Workers For Healthcare And Other High-Demand Fields?

January 12, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Does Coral Springs need a new college facility to train local residents for much-needed jobs – especially those in the healthcare sector?

That question was asked by city business leaders on Wednesday during a discussion on economic policies for the city.

For five years, Broward College offered classes in downtown Coral Springs. When the satellite campus ...

Upset Over His Truck Being Towed, Coral Springs Man Allegedly Chased Tow Truck Driver, Then Pointed Gun At Him

January 18, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – After getting into an argument with a tow truck driver earlier this month over paying $80 to release his truck, a 34-year-old Coral Springs man didn’t let the dispute end there, a police report said.

As the tow truck driver left, Abraham Taylor allegedly got into his truck, chased down the tow truck driver, throw objects at his truck, and then pointed a gun at ...

To Reduce Recycling Contamination, Coral Springs Plans To Reward Residents Who Recycle Properly

January 16, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – In a new attempt to reduce recycling contamination, Coral Springs is planning to start a rewards initiative for residents who recycle properly.

In May 2020, when the city ended residential curbside recycling due to rising contamination (when non-recyclable items are put into recycle bins) and declining recycling commodity values, the contamination rate was 36 percent, ...

Eat At These Black-Owned Businesses In The Coral Springs Area On MLK Day

January 17, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday established in 1986, we commemorate the birthday of the civil rights leader. In his memory, we also remember the achievements of Black Americans who followed his Dream. In doing so, we celebrate people of color pursuing self-determination, their struggle to achieve equal rights under our nation’s Constitution, ...

Attorney Ron Renzy Becomes New Chairman of Coral Springs Coconut Creek Regional Chamber of Commerce

January 11, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs attorney Ron Renzy became Tuesday the new chairman of Coral Springs Coconut Creek Regional Chamber of Commerce, which supports local businesses through education, networking, and pushing to improve the local economy.

Renzy, founding member of Wallberg & Renzy, PA, was sworn in as the 2022 chairman of the board along with the rest of the ...

Home Sales In Coral Springs, Jan. 7-14, Including $880,000 Property In Wyndham Lakes West

January 15, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – There were 29 homes sold in Coral Springs between Jan. 7 - 14 -- with the most expensive home going for $880,000 in Wyndham Lakes West.

Here are the sales, based on the multiple listing service (MLS), a database established by cooperating real estate brokers. (The data is provided by Shirley Klein PA, Realty 100 in Coral ...

Friday Lockdown At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Sent Students Hiding And Raised Fears Among Parents

January 14, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – At about 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School went into a “code red” lockdown.

Students rushed to designated hiding spots as Broward Sheriff’s deputies surrounded the school, closing off the main gate and at least one deputy was seen carrying a semi-automatic rifle.

Within minutes, parents in Coral Springs and ...

On Being A Mom In Coral Springs: There’s Lots Of Uphill Battles But Be Sure To Enjoy The Beautiful Views

January 18, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - I am a Coral Springs mom of a 4-year-old boy. He loves superheroes, Legos, dropping ninja moves in the middle of the kitchen, and waking me up at night so we can cuddle.

My husband and I have been together for 10 years, and married for five. After my son was born, I struggled with postpartum anxiety, reconnecting with my husband, grieving who I was before I had my son, and ...

‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors’: Meet The Administrators Of One Of The Largest Social Media Groups In Coral Springs

December 17, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Three Coral Springs residents have the task for administering one of the largest social media groups in their city, responsible for discussing on coyotes, “Christmas hot chocolate bombs,” and how to hook up an espresso machine to a water line.

They work together 24/7 as volunteers to make sure the posts on the Coral Springs Neighbors and Friends group on ...

Coral Springs Mother Starts Podcast With Goal Of Creating “Motherhood Village”

January 10, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – After giving birth in her Coral Springs home, Nicole Cumberbatch went into a funk.

The accounting and human resources professional struggled to find a balance between working and caring for her baby boy, Jais.

She also had a hard time with breastfeeding and figuring out how to get her body back to pre-pregnancy.

“I was lost and didn’t know who ...

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Eaton Financial Group in Coral Springs: Focusing On Well-Thought-Out, Long-Term Financial Plan

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - After more all-time highs, most stocks pulled back in November. The widely used stock market benchmark index, S&P 500, was off about -.8%. Most other indexes were down similarly. The Nasdaq 100 (technology index), however, was up 2.0%. 

Familiar culprits in the causes of volatility were Covid, interest rate policy and inflation. As Fed Chair Powell signaled that ...

Omicron: Where To Get Tested, When To Seek Treatment

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - As the highly contagious COVID-19 omicron variant continues to spread across the nation, it’s important to understand what to do next if you suspect you have COVID-19 or test positive for the virus. 

If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or suspect you might have contracted the virus, you can find a community testing site near you by ...

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 ...

Portraits of Patriots: Vietnam Veterans' Tales of Duty , Courage and Honor

January 15, 2022

ATTENTION ON DECK!!!

Save the date: Friday *28 January 2022 (5:30pm-7:30pm).  Meet and greet and book signing: *PORTRAITS of PATRIOTS- Vietnam Veterans' Tales of Duty, Courage and Honor. 24 Vietnam Veterans stories told. A must-read for all who want an inside look at the Vietnam War, from the Vietnam veterans perspective.

*Author Tom Keegan will be at Sharkey's Bar ...

Royal Empire Realty In Coral Springs: Investor’s Guide To Buying Commercial Property

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Commercial real estate is at the top of many investors’ wish lists, and for good reason: it has proven to be a lucrative endeavor time and time again. However, if you want to buy commercial property it is important to understand that increased reward can also mean increased responsibility. That’s why it is crucial to mind your due diligence and follow sound ...

MakeATeeOnLine in Coral Springs Launches 2022 Student T-Shirt Design Contest

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Does your child have the skills to create a T-shirt design that will be seen by thousands of local residents?

If so, apply for MakeATeeOnLine’s ninth annual student T-shirt design contest open to all elementary and middle school students in the Coral Springs area.

The design theme: OUT OF THIS WORLD.

Finalists will be presented at Our Town Carnival on ...

Upcoming Events

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Wed, January 19, 6:00 PM

The Walk Of University Drive , Coral Springs

The Walk on Wednesday FREE live music series

Arts & Entertainment

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Sat, January 22, 10:00 AM

Coral Springs

CERT Basic Training Webinar/Academy

Police & Fire

Strangulation, Suspended License, Shoplifting, And More: Coral Springs Arrest Report, Jan. 5-11

January 16, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs police made the following arrests between Jan. 5-11. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

- Kendrick Moore, 43, arrested on a charge of driving while license suspended.

- Carl Charles, 18, arrested on a charge of shoplifting.

- Richard Francis, 53, arrested on a charge of shoplifting.

- Sebastian Gotay, 24, arrested on a ...

Opinion: Mother Nature Takes Our Water. Can We Get It Back?

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Last week, we looked at the micro-problem of overusing water. Today, we will deal with one of the many macro-problems. We will see what the need for water does to people and how it can produce prejudice, discrimination, and, at least in some form of the meaning, genocide.

To understand, walk back with me to the days of the American West. Let's start with this ...

Letter To The Editor: Coral Springs Needs A College

January 13, 2022

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - As far back as the 1990's, Coral Springs has needed a college to help attract corporations locate here.

The economics of our city has changed dramatically over the past two decades and the need for creating qualified employees for the industry that has remained and the industry that might come is greater than ever.

Broward College never really got the Coral Springs ...