[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.
Eating a strictly vegan diet, meaning no meat, eggs, or dairy products poses a challenge for most people who go at it alone, that’s why group dinners can provide a healthy food option for those without a support system.
As any parent can attest, our children are our most prized treasures. From the instant you first lock eyes with your newborns to the moment they pack up to go to college or set out to begin their careers, our most important job is ensuring the safety and security of our children.
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.
Proving as always that one person’s trash is another’s treasure, residents are now registering for the next city-wide garage sale in Tamarac.
A multi-vehicle crash involving five cars that took place in Tamarac left a 31-year-old resident dead.
Tamarac’s Captain Neal Glassman invites residents to come out and meet their hometown police department and help celebrate National Night Out Against Crime.
Next month, Mayor Harry Dressler will be attending a two week program at the Harvard Kennedy School in Massachusetts to learn about taxation – coincidentally paid for by the very own taxpayers of Tamarac.
To help students better prepare for their first day of school, Tamarac residents can now donate supplies to Operation Backpack, an initiative that helps them by giving them backpacks full of grade-specific school supplies.
The Tamarac Historical Society held its 4th Annual Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony where five residents, who took an active role in the community, were recognized and inducted.
Hundreds of residents showed up for Tamarac’s free Independence Day event, enjoying the fun and the food trucks before the spectacular fireworks event.
Businesses large and small are invited to the Tamarac Chamber of Commerce wake up breakfast on July 6 to build relationships with other business leaders in the community.
Don’t miss celebrating Independence Day in Tamarac where the City will be hosting two exciting events the whole family will enjoy.
This post has been updated By: Sharon Aron Baron Established in 1992 by the Davoli family with a single eatery in Jacksonville, Metro Diner will soon offer a warm welcome to Tamarac residents – along with indulgent comfort foods when they open their doors. Opening July 25, this will be the second South Florida restaurant […]
If your water smells or tastes a little like chlorine, don’t be alarmed because it’s still safe to drink.
If you have recently purchased a home and would like to file Homestead, or other exemptions, you don’t have to drive far…