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Broward County News

June 27, 2022

PARKLAND, FL - When Parkland resident Rob Camhe retrieved his mail on June 15, he found a letter from his homeowner’s association regarding a $250 fine for speeding. "We didn't even know that there was radar in our community," said Camhe, who lives the Cascata section of the Miralago development ...

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PARKLAND, FL- People from across northwest Broward County gathered on Monday to remember the 17 lives lost in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in 2018. Hundreds were in attendance at the memorial and interfaith service at Pine Trails Park in Parkland that was designed to unite ...

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PARKLAND, FL- The City of Parkland will be hosting a community commemoration for the lives lost during the Feb. 14, 2018 tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School.  "The evening will include therapy dogs on-site, a memory wall displaying photos of the victims, an area to write messages, a brief ...

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PARKLAND, FL- January is International Holocaust Remebrance Month, and the Parkland Library will be hosting a new exhibit called "No Child's Play," starting with a kickoff event on Tuesday, January 11, at the Parkland Library. The exhibit is curated by Yad Vashem and focuses on toys, games, ...

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PARKLAND, FL- Christmas is only hours away, and many families are looking to share in the celebration of Christmas at area churches. Calvary Chapel Parkland will be holding services at its new location just off State Road 7 in Coconut Creek. "We are so excited to celebrate our first Christmas ...

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PARKLAND, FL- Here are the entrants in Parkland's Holiday Home Decorating Contest. The Landings 9680 NW 58th Ct, The Landings Pine Tree Estates 5943 NW 66 Way, Pine Tree Estates Cascata 10870 Shore St, Cascata 10870 Shore St, Cascata 8633 Prospect Ln, Cascata 10855 Shore St, ...

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PARKLAND, FL- The local volunteer group Kids Care Club completed a summer food drive project for area families that are in need of extra help with groceries. Ryan Benjamin, a freshman at American Heritage High School, organized the project to gather and donate food via local nonprofit Hope South ...

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