CORAL SPRINGS, FL – High school proms and graduations are coming back in Coral Springs in the coming weeks.

Fifteen schools serving Coral Springs had 32 new cases of Covid-19 among students, teachers, and other staff members between Feb. 7 – 13

And how Coral Springs police search for missing children.

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Coral Springs High School Proms And Graduations Expected To Be Back On This Year

Fifteen Schools Serving Coral Springs Had New Covid-19 Cases Reported Between Feb. 7 - 13

On The Ground And In The Air, How Coral Springs Police Search For Missing Children

Coral Springs Mom Wants City To Make It Easier For Homeowners To Store Boats On Their Properties

“She Was Really Special:” Husband Honors Broward Health Coral Springs Nurse Who Cared For His Wife Until Her Death

Sponsored Content: February Message From Broward Health Coral Springs CEO Jared Smith

Confessed Coral Springs Car Thief Arrested At Casino

Coral Springs Police Looking For Man Who Tried To Set Fire To Home Of Sleeping Elderly Couple

Florida Rep. Dan Daley Who Represents Coral Springs Tests Positive For Covid-19

Where To Get Covid-19 Vaccinations in Coral Springs, Broward County, and Florida

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