Broward Blind Items are back again. Who knew that anyone read these things?
Little did I know how much fun readers found this column until I started receiving emails begging me to reveal the answers. Thanks to all my secret sources for sharing their silly social and political experiences!
The City of Tamarac and the Caporella Aquatic Center will be holding their annual Summer Bash Swim Party on Sunday, June 10th.
What are the odds that the City of Tamarac has two women who are running for open seats on the judicial bench?
Both Ilene Lieberman and Julie Shapiro-Harris call Tamarac their homes and luckily, these women aren’t running for the same judicial seat. …..
The race to unseat Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Congress is a fight between five Republican hopefuls, however, one of them may raise doubts as to his qualifications judging not only by his lack of integrity by putting a dog collar around the neck of Wasserman Schultz in his ads, but by the details of his violent past has been brought to light recently by a conservative reporter.
Photos with highlights of the Memorial Day Service in the City of Tamarac held at Veterans’ Memorial Park on Monday morning honoring all Americans who made the supreme sacrifice with their unselfish devotion in order to defend our heritage of liberty and justice for all.
Tamarac Talk reported Saturday about a two vehicle crash that sent two people to the hospital. We have just received an update from BSO and have found out that the elderly woman died following the crash that occurred here in Tamarac.
Update: Commissioners Bushnell and Glasser have confirmed that they will run again in November. There is time for you to decide if you would like to file to run. Please read more.
Two people were seriously injured and were transported to Broward Health earlier today in Tamarac, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
At approximately 10:41 this morning around the 5000 block of Rock Island Road a femalel driver, 87, was driving a 2001 tan Chevy Malibu Southbound when she turned left on NW 50th Street…….
What appears to be a serious accident between a car and a postal truck left both drivers, unharmed, walking about inspecting the damage.
An alert resident in Tamarac’s Mainlands 8 community foiled a team of burglars by remembering what a BSO Commander had taught him weeks prior.
Yesterday, a group of five men burglarized a home in nearby Mainlands 6 community, then came over to the 8 community and tried an old trick: knocking on the door first to see if someone was home before robbing them. ….
Who says flashmobs are just for the young? More than 40 residents and staff of Forest Trace retirement community mobbed the Food Court at the Westfield Broward Mall, Plantation as they performed a flash mob to the delight of the lunch crowd.
School Board Candidate for District 4 Nick Steffens held his campaign kick-off on Tuesday evening at Wings Plus in Coral Springs.
Despite the rain, Steffens and volunteers had a good turnout of of supporters which included two mayors.
Tamarac is fortunate to have its own internationally recognized leader and visionary who is on the cutting edge of health science. Raymond Francis was born in New England and is a MIT trained scientist who became deathly ill in his mid 40’s and was forced to save his own life.
Please apply to become a host family to a foreign exchange student this year. Youth for Understanding needs local families for this fall who will welcome a student from another country and culture. Your family will benefit for a lifetime!
It’s a busy election season for the Broward School Board race, and District 4 is no exception with six candidates vying for the seat.
District 4 which includes: Parkland, Coral Springs, Tamarac, North Lauderdale and parts of Margate has lost one candidate, Jaemi Levine, but has gained a new candidate named Abby Freedman.
Have you heard the saying, ‘Our loss is their gain?’ Well, I’m sure many residents in Tamarac are going to be thinking this when they find out Tamarac official, Andy Berns has been hired by another city
Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, every woman should be outraged when they see this campaign ad by candidate Ozzy deFaria.
deFaria, a Republican congressional candidate from Weston, photo-shopped a dog collar around Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s neck for one of his advertisements before stating on video that she “needed to be sent back to the pound.”
Those political “Meet & Greets” are great if you can get people to show up and donate money, however, it’s almost like preaching to the choir when the same old people are showing up to show their support. Well, Chappy Davidson isn’t wasting his time sitting in restaurants with his band of supporters…….
On Friday, the Broward County Schools North Area Advisory awarded a hardworking Tamarac volunteer with their most prestigious award.
Angela Hall, a 15 year resident of Tamarac won the Crystal Apple Award for the Community Member of the Year. The tireless commitment Hall has given to her local school made her well-deserving of this award.
A victim of a brutal domestic attack remains hospitalized and her assailant is dead after he drowned in a Tamarac canal Saturday night.
Around 7:30 p.m., Tyheim Lamar Alexis, 30, began beating his 32-year-old girlfriend at a convenience store in the 7900 block of West Commercial Boulevard in Lauderhill.