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It is  now Halloween night. Watch out for the ghosts and goblins. They are out and about tonight and some are looking for candy. A few of the younger ghosts haunted the Coral Square Mall and received candy from stores. They had fun in the process.

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Governor Rick Scott today announced that the number of online job openings in Florida increased in October 2014 compared to the previous October by 21,480 openings or 8.7 percent, for a total of 268,453 openings (seasonally adjusted), according to data released by Help Wanted Online. Job postings in Florida also increased over the month compared to September 2014 by 6,775 openings or 2.6 percent.

 

CORAL SPRINGS POLICE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THE DRIVER OF A GREEN SEDAN THAT STEVEN FERGUSON ATTEMPTED TO CARJACK ON THE SAWGRASS EXPRESSWAY.  PLEASE CALL CORAL SPRINGS POLICE 954-344-1800 OR BSO***

 

 

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Coral Springs Charter defeated Westminster Academy 21 to 7 to win the Southeastern Conference semi-final game. Kalen Carson rushed for 115 yards on 17 carries.

Coral Springs Charter, 8-2, will face Calvary Christian on November 15.

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The Festival of the Flutes offered a chance for people to get together enjoy food offerings from 24 restaurants and the chance listen to live music, dance and socialize. The money from the event went toward various charity organizations. Raymond Tilus a member of the Coral Springs Fire Explorers received a scholarship to the Coral Springs Fire Academy and EMT school. Pictured above are staff from the Tijuana Taxi.

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The City of Coral Springs is likely to get a new municipal complex.  It would 65,000 square feet and five stories.  The proposed new municipal building would cost about $15.75 million and an adjacent parking garage with about 300 spaces would cost $4.5 million. Also, about $2.5 million would be spent on site improvements. But all this could change with the November 4 election. Commission candidates Howard Melamed, Joy Carter and mayoral candidate Walter Campbell have indicated they want a less expensive municipal complex. Mayoral Candidate Tom Powers and Commission candidate Laurette Homan want the municipal project to continue as planned.

Governor Rick Scott announced that UPS is expected to hire more than 7,600 Floridians for the peak holiday season starting this month. The jobs will include drivers, driver helpers and package handlers working in the distribution centers.

 Governor Scott said, “UPS’s announcement that they will be hiring more than 7,600 Floridians for this holiday season is great news for our state. Having a job during the holidays is so important for families, and as Florida families come together this season we want to ensure that every family has the resources needed and can provide for their loved ones.”

 

 

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