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Sheriff Scott Israel: Protecting Seniors with 2-1-1

A message from Sheriff Scott Israel: As sheriff, I want to ensure the Broward Sheriff’s Office is doing everything we can for our county’s seniors while honoring and respecting their independence. The Broward 2-1-1 Senior Touchline is saving lives by providing a free daily wellness telephone call to seniors age…

Applications Now Being Accepted For Tamarac Boards and Committees

Are you civic-minded and would like to get more involved in the future of the City? The City of Tamarac is currently looking you to possibly serve on one of its committees. …

Football League President Asks Seniors for Help

Here in Tamarac we have a fine youth program - The Tamarac Youth Football League that supports and develops our local youth in tackle football and cheerleading. But we do more..... …

Become a Tamarac University Graduate like Me

Hurry: Registration ends for the 2015 Tamarac University class on January 30.…

Don’t Miss the Tamarac Health & Wellness Expo in February

The City of Tamarac and the Greater Tamarac Chamber of Commerce will be presenting 7th Annual Health & Wellness Expo.…

The Egg & I Restaurant Opens New Location Close to Tamarac

Breakfast lovers rejoice because The Egg & I Restaurant is opening its seventh restaurant in Florida and its 112th location in the nation close to Tamarac.…

Commissioner Wants to Temporarily Table Neighborhood Improvement Ordinance

In 2010, the Woodlands Neighborhood Improvement District was established by their Homeowners Association and the Tamarac City Commission under the Safe Neighborhoods Act. …

Broward League of Cities Offering Scholarships for High School Seniors

The Broward League of Cities is looking for high school seniors to apply for its 2015 Scholarship for Government Studies who plan to pursue a major in public administration, political science or other government-related field. …

Response to Sun Sentinel Editorial Regarding New Charter School in Tamarac

By: Sharon Aron Baron The following is my response to the Sun Sentinel Editorial by Columnist Gary Stein titled A Little Youthful Flavor Never Hurt Anyone. Gary Stein you are so wrong in your editorial on Sunday, November 25 by accusing Tamarac residents of not wanting change with the proposed charter…

Tickets Available for JP Taravella High School’s Production of “Walk Two Moons”

Come out and support the City of Tamarac’s local High School when JP Taravella’s Drama Department presents Walk Two Moons.…

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