Tamarac residents Robert and Sondra thought retirement would be the greatest time of their lives. Sondra had retired from working at American Express after 23 years and Robert retired from the building business where he spent the past 20 traveling all over Florida, Central and South America.
By Sharon Aron Baron If you are over the age of 40, you must remember the cheesy group called Up With People. In the 1960s, this cheerful group of young people was created in response to the counter-culture of the times. These clean-cut, happy youngsters traveled the world to exemplify conservative American values. I […]
A recent trend for house burglaries involves knocking on the front door and after no one answers, going to the back and smashing the slider glass. If you notice any suspicious persons or activity, report it to the BSO Tamarac district at 954.720.2225 or dial 911 immediately.
New update on the Chait’s and Prestige Homes
The Tamarac Skate Park is located at 9901 N.W. 77 Street within the Tamarac Sports Complex at the site of the old hockey rink and is open Tuesday-Sunday. Users under age 18 must have the waiver and consent signed by a parent/legal guardian. Parents/legal guardians will be required to present picture I.D. Upon completion of […]
Did you know that you can register online for swim classes at the Caporella Aquatic Center?
This is your chance to tell the city what kind of playground equipment you’d like your kids to play on!
Ken Behring is a man on the move. Impatient for a delivery room, he burst into the world in a hospital elevator. Since then, it’s been nothing but forward momentum.
Since the May 1st killing of Osama Bin Laden, there has been a great deal of curiosity about the Navy’s Sea, Air and Land Forces – commonly known as SEALs, who kept their clandestine mission a secret from the world.
Do you drive north to The Walk in Coral Springs for coffee at Starbucks or dine in one of their restaurants?
The Go Green Expo presented by the Tamarac Parks and Recreation Department was held on Saturday, May 21st at the Tamarac Community Center.
It’s not too often that you see the car the size of a small boat come cruising down your street.
Driving in South Florida, as we all know, is like negotiating an obstacle course, except daily, and the occasional accident is an inevitability.
Great news for the City of Tamarac. While attending Tamarac University this week, Public Works Director Jack Strain informed the class that they are negotiating a new garbage contract.
Do you like the classes that are offered by the City of Tamarac? Our family does. The Parks and Recreation Department really has a good selection, and the prices are fantastic. One of the biggest deterrents I find in signing up, is registering. I have to go during business hours to the Aquatic Center, the […]
Good news for residents of Miramar: The city recently signed a new service contract with Waste Pro, saving each resident $8.00 a month or almost $100 a year.
The Citizen Observer Patrol (or COP) is the Broward Sheriff’s Office community policing program.
The good news is that Tamarac is building a park towards its east side; the bad news is that it won’t happen for at least five years.
The grand re-opening party is scheduled for Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.
This morning while dining at Denny’s I discovered a new food promotion that will harden anyone’s arteries: “Baconalia! A Celebration of Bacon,” said the menu.