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Coral Springs

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  • Campbell to challenge Powers for mayoral seat

    The battle for the Coral Springs mayor's seat will be between a former senator and a sitting commissioner. Taking Commissioner Tom Powers on is former senator Walter "Skip" Campbell. Campbell filed his papers on July 16, two days before the deadline....
  • Green Marine wins Tamarac flag football championship

    The Green Marine team made a bit of Tamarac sports history by defeating Trojan Pride 19-7 to become the first ever champion in the adult flag football league. The inaugural year started out in May and consisted of five teams who were vying for the crown....
  • Water polo youths make big splash in Sunshine State Games

    For Plantation's Anna Smith-Johnson, the splashes are entirely different in water polo. The former competitive diver has spent the past eight years enjoying a new sport — one that involves making a splash in the pool. Smith-Johnson, 17, was one of...
  • Lauderhill gets new K-8 charter school

    It is not the most ideal location for a school, but Lauderhill has granted approval for a new K-8 charter school within a light industrial zoning distinct. City staff had recommended denying Eagles Nest Community Charter Schools' special exception...
  • Tamarac denies proposal for new charter high school

    Tamarac city officials have shot down a proposal to open a charter high school within the city. At a recent City Commission meeting, officials went against staff's recommendation and voted unanimously against granting a special exception to open an...
  • Springs principal looks ahead after winning county's top award

    She is Broward County Principal of the year for 2013-2014, but Camille Pontillo has no intentions of resting on her laurels. "It was awesome to be honored, but you hit the ground running the next day as you did the day before," said Pontillo, Sunrise...
  • SAT preparatory courses offered in Broward County

    The SAT can be one of the biggest steps for high school students wanting to go to college. To ease the pressure, there are several prep courses offered in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Below are options for each county that vary from free to slightly...
  • Longtime Maccabi coaches are vital

    While the athletes are the most important part of the JCC Maccabi Games, coaches for the team sports also play a central role in The Games and in the overall experience of each player. When The Games come to the Boca Raton area on Aug. 10-15 —...
  • Water service deposits to go up

    Following opposition from residents, Coral Springs has dropped its proposal to make it mandatory for rental property owners within Coral Springs Water District to establish water accounts in their names. The city has found another way to prevent...
  • New municipal complex continue to stir up debate

    Coral Springs' decision to fund the construction of the new $28 million municipal complex by issuing revenue bonds has become one of the major talking points in the upcoming elections. City Manager Erdal Donmez avers that the city has sufficient...
  • Teen's Eagle Scout project helps seniors in Margate

    When he took the Boy Scout oath, Zachary Shannon pledged to "help other people at all times." The 16-year-old Scout, from Coral Springs, is carrying out that promise by helping people at the Northwest Focal Point Senior Center in Margate. Shannon, a...