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Brodzki Jacobs In Coral Springs: Unique Ideas To Supplement Your Workforce

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - You cannot go anywhere these days without seeing help wanted signs in Coral Springs and beyond. In fact, many high-level positions are not being filled. As a longtime immigration attorney, I help companies bring in foreign workers to supplement their US workforce. There are several different types of nonimmigrant visas that can be used to employ foreign workers.

One of the ...

The Walk in Coral Springs: Blood Drive Organized On Sept. 17 And Oct. 29

September 13, 2021

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – A blood drive will take place at The Walk In Coral Springs on Sept. 17 and Oct. 29.

The “Save Lives and Donate Blood at The Walk - Coral Springs” events will be in front of Phat Boy Sushi & Kitchen at 2702 University Drive from 2-7 pm on Sept. 17 and 9 am – 7 pm on Oct. 29.

For the Sept. 17 event, all donors will receive a $20 eGift Card, a ...

Virtual Suicide Prevention Town Hall Planned For Sept. 13

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – A virtual suicide prevention town hall organized by State Rep. Christine Hunschofsky is planned for Sept. 13 to coincide with September being Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

The 7 p.m. event will also feature national expert, Dr. Scott Poland, professor and the director of the Suicide and Violence Prevention Office at Nova Southeastern University. 

You can ...

Coral Springs Mayor Appointed to Florida League of Mayors’ Board of Directors

CORAL SPRINGS, FL -- Coral Springs Mayor Scott Brook has been appointed to the Florida League of Mayors’ Board of Directors for a two-year term.

The board is comprised of more than 50 mayors who represent municipalities throughout the State of Florida. The appointment was made during the Florida League of Cities annual conference held in Orlando, August 12-14, 2021.

“The Florida ...

TAPinto Coral Springs Columnist Publishes New Book, Explains Why He Writes and What Inspires Him

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – TAPinto Coral Springs columnist William A. Gralnick has a new book -- George Washington Never Slept Here, the second in his memoir trilogy.

A resident of South Florida for more than 30 years, he’s been writing columns, blogs, and books for decades.

So we asked him why he writes and what inspires.

1) What are your books about?

William A.

‘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 ...

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

September 5, 2021

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 ...

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 ...