With the CARES Act, the federal government offered some financial relief to people around the country; however, Tamarac Commissioner Mike Gelin pointed out that it could not nor did not help everyone.
Before I begin this message, I want to take a moment to remember a beloved member of the Broward Sheriff’s Office
As predicted, the 2020 Hurricane season is already off to a hot start. That means Woodlands residents would be wise now to prepare for the inevitable rush to purchase hurricane supplies.
Although several cities have ended their regular food distributions, at least for now, they are continuing in Tamarac.
Calvary Christian Academy held an outdoor “drive-in” graduation experience for their seniors this year.
After meetings between administrators, teachers, and student leaders determined virtual graduations were the safest option for high school seniors during COVID-19,
When Michelle and Brian Rebhun moved back to South Florida from New Jersey last November, they couldn’t have predicted what the future would look like
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way almost everything is done. The Chabad Jewish Center of Tamarac has adapted to this new normal by finding new ways to connect with residents.
As a record number of Americans struggle with unemployment, there are some organizations and companies still hiring new workers—namely, those helping to count people for the 2020 Census.
Former Broward County Democratic Chair, Mitch Ceasar, qualified early to be on the ballot for Broward Supervisor of Elections.