Thanks to your Mayor and city commissioners, an attempt at a quick revenue fix will soon appear in our city with the installation of red light cameras.
According to the Sun Sentinel, the first three of twenty will be installed Tamarac soon. All in the name of safety.
Tamarac Mayor Beth Talabisco could face suspension the second time after The Fourth District Court of Appeal reversed a Judge’s decision to drop the State’s case against her.
Video surveillance: A pricey unattended cell phone proves to be too much temptation for a shopper turned thief.
Coral Springs resident Rita Floyd-Vester knows a lot about germs. Being a mother of three and a teacher at Lighthouse Christian School, she maintains a hygienic classroom and home in order to provide an environment that is “germ-free” for her students and family.
Dislike children or waking up at the crack of dawn?
Do you have frequent headaches?
Then this isn’t the job for you.
On Friday, the City of Tamarac held its 50th Anniversary Time Capsule Dedication at the Tamarac Community Center.
Instead of burying it, this Time Capsule, which resembles a piece of furniture, will sit in the lobby with glass artwork above which was created by glass artist Christopher Reisert from Reflective Collections, Inc., and the cabinetry housing it by furniture designer Angelo Maybin.
Volunteers in Tamarac who are gathering signatures to legally recall Tamarac Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad have offered the City of Tamarac a copy of their first and successful petition from April to donate to their Time Capsule Dedication Ceremony this Friday evening.
Broward County Commissioner Martin “Marty” Kiar who represents parts of Tamarac is going to get a taste of how many of the residents in his district make ends meet each day. He’s agreed to live on minimum wage.
Tamarac Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad is not stepping down without a fight. Although her suit was denied by Judge Michael Gates this week, she has filed a notice of appeal Thursday to the 4th District Court of Appeal.
The City of Tamarac will be celebrating the dedication of their Time Capsule, designed by the City’s Public Art Committee. Join them for a free barbeque and entertainment by the Happy Daze Band following the dedication at the Tamarac Community Center on Friday, July 19 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm.
Tamarac Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad suffered a setback when a judge denied her motion to stop the recall organized to oust her from office.
“I am elated that the people of District Two will prevail,” said Recall Team Treasurer Patti Lynn from the phone at the City Commission workshop Monday morning.
It only takes a minute. You look away, you may not hear the splash and your child is nowhere in sight. Drowning – the harsh reality of losing a child in as little as 20 seconds. Sadly, in 2012, Broward County lost nine children under the age of four to drowning accidents, and since January […]
By: Patti Lynn A hearing was held today, at 2:00 PM before Broward County Circuit Court Judge Michael Gates. The hearing was a request for a Temporary Injunction, filed by Stuart Michelson, representing embattled Tamarac Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad. Michelson alleged that his client, Atkins-Grad, would be irreparably harmed if the recall petition was permitted to […]
Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives are searching for at least one burglar who broke into a Dania Beach home in January and took the resident’s gun safe.
As we enter hurricane season, I strongly encourage you to be proactive. Create a disaster supply kit and have an emergency plan in place for you and your family.
Twelve years ago, Broderick and Sandy Smith moved into their beautiful Woodlands home in Tamarac from Coconut Creek. Back then, they were surrounded with a barrier of ficus trees to protect them from the traffic from Commercial Boulevard, however, they still didn’t feel completely safe once they started having children.
Students at Millennium Middle and Challenger Elementary School in Tamarac were evacuated today after reports of a suspicious package were reported at the middle school.
Two Broward County Politicians and teachers at J.P.Taravella High School will soon become expatriates when they head off to a new life in Panama in June.
Governor Rick Scott today signed a bill in Miami on Tuesday, banning the use of wireless communications devices while driving. While not perfect, it’s a start, and sends a message that the State of Florida will not tolerate this type of distraction behind the wheel any longer.
The City of Tamarac along with the Veterans Affairs Committee held its Memorial Day Service on Monday at Veterans Park.
Honoring all Americans who made the supreme sacrifice with their unselfish devotion to defend our heritage of liberty and justice for all, the ceremony was standing room only with residents of all ages attending the event.