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Add to My Calendar 08/05/2021 11:30am 08/05/2021 12:30pm America/New_York Broward Health Coral Springs Virtual Lamaze Lunch and Learn Class Session # 1: Preparing For Birth And Labor

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Broward Health Coral Springs virtual Lamaze Lunch and Learn class session # 1 Preparing for Birth and Labor -- This is part 1 of our 3 Lamaze virtual class series.

Preparing for birth & labor will cover from the beginning with your birth plan, emotional aspects, discomforts, warning signs of pregnancy, sign & symptoms of labor, and when to go to the hospital.

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August Message From Coral Springs Police Chief Clyde Parry

August 2, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - It’s summertime again and anyone who is outside knows it is hot.  It is always a good reminder to drink plenty of water when participating in outside activities. We can easily become dehydrated when the heat index hits triple digits, like it has the last few days. If you or your children are participating in outdoor activity, protect yourself by drinking plenty of ...

Coral Springs City Commission August Message: Back To School, Family Nights, Budget, And Hurricane Season

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - With August upon us, it’s officially “Back to School” season; and as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we are hopeful students will start the year with some sense of “normalcy” as they return to their studies.

We recognize going back to school can be a stressful time for parents and students. It may be especially difficult for ...

FL Rep. Christine Hunschofsky's August Message

CORAL SPRINGS, FL- It is so hard to believe that the summer is already slowly coming to an end and that the school year is about to start up again. Last year was such a challenging year for students, teachers, and parents. We are all looking forward to a better and brighter 2021/2022 school year! As we prepare for going back to school, the Florida Legislature approved a 10-day Back-to-School ...

Opinion: In Bike Vs Car, Car Wins Every Time In Coral Springs And Beyond

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - There’s an old expression: “Car vs. 18-wheeler, car loses every time.” Well, here’s a variation on the theme. Bike vs car: car wins every time. Case and point: a 10-year-old boy on a bike was hit this week by a truck that took off in Coral Springs, police said, and the boy was airlifted to a Fort Lauderdale hospital. (His injuries weren’t ...

‘I Feel Fabulous:’ How Friends And Family Helped Coral Springs Business Leader Get Through Cancer

July 16, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – In many ways, Irma Parone has spent a lifetime preparing for her battle with breast cancer.

She had climbed the corporate ladder in a male-dominated industry and learned to tackle tough issues by focusing on tasks and getting them done.

So when she was diagnosed with cancer last year, the 27-year resident of Coral Springs and nonprofit volunteer was ...

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 ...

Is Coral Springs Recycling?

July 2, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Coral Springs residents have lots of questions upon learning that the City is no longer sending the blue bin recyclables to be recycled.  

Everything in the blue bins is now going to the incinerator (also called a waste-to-energy plant) along with our household regular garbage. The City did a press release and updated its website, and I’ll leave city officials to ...