A dog almost lost its life after being attacked by a swarm of Africanized honey bees on Friday evening.
Due to the issues and complaints about coyotes, the Woodlands Master Association hired trapper Paul Zambrano with Bandit Wildlife in December 2015 after he told a board representative
We asked our neighbors what they liked most about living in the Woodlands Country Club.
By: Sharon Aron Baron The bikeway in the Woodlands didn’t just appear overnight, and at one time Woodlands Boulevard was a four lane road. In fact, a true boulevard has two lanes on each side of the roadway so Woodlands Boulevard was appropriately named. But our boulevard was a dangerous place to walk or ride […]
If you look close enough, you will find a whole world of insects going about their business in your backyard.
Back in 2012, the City of Tamarac invited its founder and former developer Kenneth Behring to their 50th Anniversary gathering where he was greeted by the mayor and commission along with many of the residents that remembered him back from the days when he lived in their community.
After seeing a flag retirement box in Coral Springs, I presented this to the Tamarac City Commission back on April 8, and showed them images of the flag dropbox that was installed in front of their gymnasium.
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Our documents say that residents who live in the Woodlands Country Club can not have garage sales. I never could understand this, because everyone knows people still skirt around this archaic rule by holding “estate sales,” or hold garage sales anyway, hoping they don’t get caught.
Coyotes have once again been spotted by residents in the Woodlands Country Club. This time, it looks like they have a new litter of pups that are curiously exploring the neighborhood.