Back in September, after discovering that taxpayers were footing the bill for dinners and galas for the Tamarac city commissioners, we made a public records request to the Tamarac City Clerk to find out how much they were spending on their annual expense accounts
ince the age of 12 when Christian Michel first wore his Boy Scout uniform with Troop 27 on the arm, he has been dreaming of the day he would earn his Eagle Scout Award.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Time to throw out old documents and prescription drugs because the Broward Sheriff’s Office will be holding a Shred-A-Thon and Operation Medicine Cabinet event at Kings Point in Tamarac. The Shred-A-Thon provides residents with a safe way to dispose of their personal documents, check stubs, credit card offers, receipts, as well as […]
This Halloween, the City of Tamarac wants you to eat, drink, and be scary at their annual Halloween Hoopla event.
Political powerhouse and former Tamarac City Commissioner Diane Glasser has passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 89.
Clear your calendar because The Taste of Tamarac is back for the 14th year and it’s even bigger and better than before.
Tamarac residents who would like to be a part of the Hurricane Irma relief effort but don’t how, can drop-off much needed items at Coral Square Mall.
The mayor and commissioners in Tamarac regularly attends dinners, balls, galas and other events outside the city that they serve and the taxpayer is footing the bill.
Tamarac residents are pretty tech savvy. When Tamarac Talk began in 2011, many Kings Point residents weren’t even on the internet. Now pretty much everyone is and many can’t live without their smartphones.
One man decided to celebrate surviving Hurricane Irma with a joyride in a fire rescue truck and was arrested as a result.
For the second time in two days, a pedestrian was killed on a busy Tamarac road.
A portion of the City of Tamarac along with four other cities will be receiving a preventative spray treatment to reduce mosquitos and their breeding sites.
A pedestrian has died after being fatally struck by a truck in Tamarac on Wednesday morning.
The 2018 elections may only be a year away, but if you are even considering running for a seat on the Tamarac city commission, then you need to get your ducks in a row now because not only does it cost a lot of money, it takes time to knock on all those doors.
[fshow photosetid=72157685474423723] By: Sharon Aron Baron White supremacists chanting anti-Semitic lines like “Jews will not replace us” were on the minds of residents and elected officials at a recent Legislative Town Hall in Kings Point. Held on August 16, Congressman Alcee Hastings (D-FL) and State Representative Jared Moskowitz (D-Coral Springs) spoke to the audience, which included […]
Commissioner Marlon Bolton made a surprising motion on Wednesday morning at the Tamarac City Commission: drop the $700 monthly car allowances.
After the Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Suppression Team worked steady midnight shifts over the summer, car break-ins which have plagued the city, dropped even lower than the prior year.
After the first week of school, children deserve to have a relaxing time at the aquatic center where they can watch Disney’s “Moana” at Tamarac’s Dive-in Movie event.
Sell your treasures at the JP Taravella High School Garage Sale which helps raise funds for the drama department’s upcoming productions.
Tamarac’s Mayor Harry Dressler enjoys continuing his education which by all means should be commended, however, his latest trip to Harvard isn’t the first time he’s done so on the taxpayer’s dime.