Greetings from South Florida – August 2017

Welcome to City News Magazine and Boca’s Best Magazine on-line bringing information about our local communities to the world.

  • Main Office:  5491 N. University Drive, Suite 104-B, Coral Springs, FL  33067
  • Phone: (954) 255-5226 / eFax: (305) 402-3840
  • Graphics Office: graphics@CityNewsMagazine.com

Our magazines are distributed free of charge to the general public with over 65,000 copies mailed monthly through the U.S. Post Office to area residents and businesses.  The magazines provide information on local events, organizations and businesses with the intent of being a positive voice celebrating the great people and endeavors that make our communities thrive.

Below you will find links to our FACEBOOK pages and links to download the most recent copies of each of our magazines.  Below that there is a link to Business Section with local deals and special offers and info on certain area businesses.  The balance of the page includes numerous articles from our magazine listed chronologically as posted.  A SEARCH tool can be found on the left for key word searches.

If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to our magazine Editor (Lucy Spielman) at lucy@citynewsmagazine.com.  Our main office number is (954) 255-5226.

For information on advertising sales and sponsorships, contact John A. Brodie – jb@citynewsmagazine.com.  For sales information please call (954) 661-4257.

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The 2017 AUGUST edition of the Margate/Coconut Creek edition of City News Magazine is now available for download – read it at your leisure on your phone, tablet or computer… DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE

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The 2017 AUGUST edition of the Coral Springs/Parkland edition of City News Magazine is now available for download – read it at your leisure on your phone, tablet or computer… DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE

Bocas Best

Boca’s Best for last…

Here’s the 2017 AUGUST issue of Boca’s Best Magazine HOT off the presses in digital form… lot’s of great information to let you know what is going on and who you can count on in our community… DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE

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For ARCHIVE issues of all of our magazines for the last few years, visit https://issuu.com/csp_citynews

 

Community Helps Build Homes

On Friday, March 24, 2017, Secretary Ben Carson of United States Urban Housing and Development joined a determined group of our community supporters in a private community education and awareness celebration at the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church to salute the launch of the largest Habitat for Humanity community ever built in Broward County, “A Rick Case Habitat Community.”  Nationwide, the need for affordable housing remains critical, with 1 in 6 families paying more than 50% of their income on housing.  Studies indicate that Broward County and the South Florida market rank #1 as the most cost burdened housing market in the nation.

Habitat for Humanity empowers families to build strength, stability and self-reliance through home ownership with decent, affordable housing.  Habitat is a hand up, not a hand out.  Today’s presentation focused on the efforts of Rick and Rita Case along with other donors to help build a Habitat community of 77 homes in Pompano Beach.

“We can’t thank Rita and Rick Case enough for their overwhelming support,” said Habitat Broward’s CEO & Executive Director Nancy Robin.  It is expected that the construction process itself will inject over $13 million into the Broward County economy and the community will generate approximately $200,000 in property tax annually.  For more information contact Sandra@npobroward.org or visit http://www.CCBroward.org.