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Coral Springs,

city (1990 pop. 79,443), Broward co., SE Fla.; inc. 1963. Largely residential, it is a city that has grown rapidly along with the southern Florida and Fort Lauderdale area. The population of Coral Springs nearly doubled between 1980 and 1990.
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Richard Fischer of Coral Springs, Florida, who helped rescue a baby trapped under a car after the vehicle crashed into the lobby of a Coral Springs post office.
Even with a closing round of 75, the Pontypridd-born golfer finished third in the tournament in Coral Springs, Florida.
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ClubLink Enterprises Limited (TSX: CLK), a Canada-based company that owns and operates golf courses, has announced acquisition of Heron Bay Golf Club in Coral Springs, Florida, US.
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Ten-year-old Shannette Grant of Coral Springs, Florida, was hailed as a hero in late May after the quick-thinking fourth-grader helped save a man from drowning in the swimming pool of the apartment complex where she lives.