Coral Springs


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Cor′al Springs′


n.
a town in SE Florida. 105,275.
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Coral Springs, FL, January 31, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Gala features the presentation of the Small Business Leader for Coral Springs and Coconut Creek and the coveted Covered Bridge Award & Butterfly Award for business leaders who are active in the Chamber and have shown extraordinary support for the community.
He commented about the Coral Springs officers who saw their duty to run toward danger.
Members of the Clergy Coalition of Coral Springs and Parkland have been meeting in an effort to strengthen clergy bonds and better respond to hate crimes and ease anxieties affecting faith communities.
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The 2009 competition will be juried by Coral Springs Museum of Art Executive Director Barbara O'Keefe.
22, 2008) Hundreds of tons of white sand vanished last July from the Coral Springs Beach, a planned resort on the north coast, and since then there seems to be no sign of either suspects or the sand.
The animals were seized in December, January and February from land at Ty Newydd, Llandegla, where Lloyd lives, and from Coral Springs, also Llandegla, which was Ashley's home.
Coral Springs, Fla., is the first local government in the nation to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, a Presidential honor that recognizes U.S.
Looking to further tap the South Florida grocery market, Wal-Mart plans to open its newest Neighborhood Market in Coral Springs, Fla.
"The Coral Springs, Florida, Board of Commissioners approved a new ordinance that will place defibrillators, the cardiac arrest devices, in public areas such as restaurants, gyms and hotels.