By: Saraana Jamraj After a decade of trying to get the new club built, along with a controversial debate among residents, Woodmont Country Club has finally opened its doors to the public. Owner Mark Schmidt who runs the club full time was relieved to have the project completed at the end of October. So far, […]
Before he completes his Christmas Eve duties, Rudolph is coming to visit Tamarac.
If a new family pet is on the holiday wishlist Paws with Claus Holiday Paw-ty and Adoption Event is the “purr-fect” place to be.
The holidays are just around the corner and so is the Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree and Hanukkah Menorah presented by the City of Tamarac.
To kick-off the holiday season, the city of Tamarac is throwing Santa Claus a party in the park and inviting all residents to join in welcoming him.
Soon, teenagers will no longer be able to buy nicotine or vaping products in Tamarac after the first reading of an ordinance unanimously passed.
In 2018, a young man’s life was cut short by a speeding drunk driver in a wrong-way crash.
Just in time for the holiday season, Tamarac residents have the opportunity to shop for unique, local, handmade gifts.
As police continue to investigate the death of a 2-year-old who drowned in his neighbor’s swimming pool on November 1, new developments about the house where it happened have come to light.
For lovers of art and culture, a new exhibit, “Art in Unusual Places,” is coming to Tamarac by Heritage Art Galleries.
When Yuan Fu, Hong Da Chen, and Johnny Nguyen immigrated to America, they didn’t yet know they would one day open a successful franchise that redefined the American-Asian buffet experience.
Commissioner Marlon Bolton kicked off his 2020 campaign over the weekend, holding a fundraiser fueled by supporters for his reelection.
Aspiring young entrepreneurs and coders are invited to the Tamarac Branch Library for an educational event “Build a Startup in a Day Hack-a-Thon.”
The spirit of autumn is being embraced in the Florida sun, as the city of Tamarac invites residents to the Great Pumpkin Splash. This will be the first pumpkin splash in Tamarac.
A Tamarac man was arrested after a secret service agent allegedly witnessed him groping an elderly woman at Broward Mall on Monday.
After two weeks of controversy and debate around Commissioner Mike Gelin, Deputy Joshua Gallardo, decorum, and injustice, the saga came to a climax as Gelin was faced with the possibility of censure – a public reprimand.
Tamarac City Commissioner Mike Gelin has been at the center of a controversy regarding the confrontation with Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy Joshua Gallardo at a city commission meeting.
The ordinance would have been cata “straw” phic for lovers of plastic straws, that is until the Tamarac city commission scrapped it.
People around the country have likely seen the viral video of Commissioner Mike Gelin confronting the deputy who had once arrested him.
Tamarac residents hoping to fill their medical marijuana prescriptions closer to home are one step closer after the city commission voted to allow dispensaries.