By: Sharon Aron Baron An accountant who not only wants to make it her mission to hold the right people accountable and ensure the $800 million bond promises are kept, especially to long-neglected schools, she also wants to make sure that lower performing schools in District 5 get the same amount of funding as higher performing schools. […]
By: Gerald Heller In the July issue of the Tamarac Tam-A-Gram, an article says “What does it take to make a thriving community? At the very least, quality housing options and a good supply of jobs. Tamarac has both.” Unfortunately, these two things are not available for most Tamarac residents. For instance, the financial crisis in […]
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A Meet and Greet event for candidate for Broward County Commission Nan Rich was held at the home of former Commissioner Ilene Lieberman, who once held the seat before she was term-limited in 2014.
The City of Tamarac passed a panhandling ordinance in 2015, and one year later and it seems to be long forgotten at one problematic intersection.
Eight candidates qualified for two commission seats in Tamarac on Friday leaving no uncontested seats. This large turnout was possibly due to the high number residents taking an interest in local government.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Speaking out regarding the mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando during a meeting of the House Rules Committee on June 13, Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-FL) said he would not longer stand for moments of silence when gun violence is involved. Not out of disrespect for victims, but because there is absolutely too much silence. […]
One Kings Point resident is bringing his business expertise as well as his advocacy for senior citizen rights to the forefront in his race to become the next city commissioner in Tamarac.
I’m one of the worst offenders at proofreading, so who am I to judge when I see a blatant error on a candidate’s website?
Ten exceptional residents can claim a new title this week as the latest inductees into the Broward County Senior Hall of Fame.
Parkland residents know where to find Mayor Michael Udine when something is on their minds; he’s typically at the Coral Ridge Starbucks each morning at 6:30 a.m. drinking coffee….
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day or Yom HaShoah and all of those that perished and survived, we share the true story of an 84 year-old Coral Springs resident who found a way to keep himself and two friends alive as a 13 year-old in a Nazi concentration camp.
On Election Day, every vote matters. Voting is not only a right, it’s a privilege. Your vote is your voice, and as an American citizen it’s your opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable, and to have a say in important issues that affect your community.
Democratic activist and Tamarac resident Ilene Singer died on Tuesday night after a visit with an elected official.
One of the greatest threats to the Jewish population will be that there will soon be no more witnesses to the Holocaust, said Representative Jared Moskowitz to members of the state House of Representatives.
The Broward Democratic Party held the Grand Opening of their new location tripling their office space in time for the 2016 November presidential election.
The floor of the State House went silent while Representative Jared Moskowitz (D-Coral Springs) spoke about the Holocaust in a bill he sponsored along with State Senator Eleanor Sobel (D-Hollywood) to build a Holocaust memorial on the grounds of the Florida Capitol complex.
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When Doug Levinson last saw his father, he was only 13 years-old and five-foot-four. Nine years later at six-feet-four, he said if his father was back, they would both the same height.
After one week into the 2016 legislative session, State Senator Chris Smith said they have passed two important bills which will now head to the Governor.