Miami Lighthouse in Little Havana gets new Learning Center for Children
Grand opening of the Lighthouse Learning Center for Children and Dedication of the Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer Campus. The Lighthouse Learning Center for Children will provide a first-of-its-kind inclusion pre-k program when the school year starts
With trumpeter and tundra swans making their spring migration through Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking people to report dead, sick, or injured birds to help assess the impact of lead poisoning.
It’s Back to School time again and as part of our Community Outreach Initiative, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue (MDFR) will be rolling out its School Zone Safety Initiative, “Stop, Drop & Roll with a Twist” starting August 20, 2018.
Armed guardians are training to protect Broward elementary schools when classes resume on Aug. 15, 2018. Armed guardians are former law enforcement, military or corrections officers undergoing training to work in schools.
Mural artist Manuel Oliver unveiled his mural dedicated to his slain son, Joaquin, a Stoneman Douglas student, and other victims and family as
pleads for people to vote to elect candidates that will change gun laws.
In the second meeting of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Safety Commission, a state-created group charged with making Florida schools safer in light of the Parkland shooting, members grilled Broward County on its controversial PROMISE program.