| February, 2021

Don’t forget Pioneer Days

Posted on 08 February 2021 by JLusk

Don’t forget about Pioneer Days, which is a one-day event this year on this Saturday, Feb. 13. The event is broken down into three separate picnic times. The parade, carnival and firework show have been canceled. 


12:00 PM – 2:00 PM Wildfire Band

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Joey Gilmore

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Jay Valor


• The City to Entertainment to host three (3) three hour picnic sessions from 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM at Pioneer Park on our baseball field for (100) Guests per showing.

• Advance pre-registration for this portion of the event is mandatory. Staff will not be registering Guests the day of our event.

• Shows will be available for residents and non-residents beginning on Monday, January 25th. The event is free for all Guests.

• All registered Guests will have to sign a waiver for all persons attending prior to arriving on event day.

• Cooler are prohibited.

• All participants must park at Pioneer Park, City Hall and the Tennis Center.

• All spectators should arrive 15 – 20 minutes prior to their show time to check in with authorized staff at their designated time to have their temperature checked and to receive their viewing space number.

• Staff members will also ask the participants the COVID-19 screening questions. Anyone that has a temperature of 100.4° or fails the screening questions will be denied entry. Once cleared the Guests will be given access to our event.

• Guests will be required to use proper PPE, including wearing face coverings while at the event.

• Guests must be within their picnic square in order to eat or drink at our event. Face masks must be worn at all times if the Guests are not eating or drinking.

• Hand sanitizers to be given to all Guests at check-in and dispensers will be placed throughout the event.

• All participants at event must make every effort to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

• Guests must avoid handshaking and fist bumps.


Staff, vendors and Guests are required to properly wear masks at all times, if they don’t have a mask one will be provided to them.


To ensure the safety of the event Guests, staff, and everyone involved with the event, these procedures listed are necessary.

If an event participant is showing symptoms of the Covid-19 virus before the event, they must provide a doctor’s note and be free of fever and symptoms for a minimum of 72 hours before the event in order to participate in the event.

If an event participant shows symptoms of the Covid-19 Virus while at event, they will be asked to leave the Park with their group.

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Two Georges bought by LM Restaurants, Billfish Tournament this weekend

Posted on 02 February 2021 by Rachel Galvin

By Rachel Galvin

Two Georges at The Cove was bought by LM Restaurants, which owns 38 more restaurants and one marina, according to a Two Georges representative. At this time, it appears that there will not necessarily be any changes to the restaurant. Previous owner Steve Scaggs still owns the location in Boynton Beach. 

Meanwhile, their annual Billfish Tournament will still happen this year, on this weekend Feb. 4-6. Proceeds for this 11th annual event benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County, Jim & Jan Moran Unit.

The Kick-Off Party is on Thursday, Feb. 4 starting with 6:30 p.m. until 7: p.m. with the Captain & Observer Meeting followed by a Welcome Cocktail Party from 7 to 9 p.m. (Private party inside top bar area)

The Fishing Tournament takes place Saturday, Feb. 6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hillsboro and Boca Inlets with weigh-in on the Two Georges dock from 4 to 6 p.m.

On Saturday, Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. is a Cocktail Party followed by Award/ Banquet Dinner from 7 to 10 p.m. at Two Georges at the Cove, private party on the dock.

Two Georges at the Cove is located at 1645 SE 3 Court, Ste. 211 in Deerfield Beach. For more information, visit www.twogeorgesrestaurant.com.


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Deerfield Beach Man arrested for impersonating an officer

Posted on 02 February 2021 by Rachel Galvin

A man impersonating a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy was arrested this past Saturday, Jan. 30, in Pompano Beach.
At approximately 9:32 a.m., Jan 27, Broward County Regional Communications received a call in reference to a suspicious person at 2200 S.W. 10th St. in Deerfield Beach. 
BSO deputies responded to the location and met with an employee who advised a male, later identified as Carlwell Wilson, approached her in a dark colored van. Wilson proceeded to identify himself as a BSO deputy and quickly displayed a badge while wearing a white T-shirt with an emblem on it that caused the victim to believe he was a law enforcement officer and not free to leave.
BSO Deerfield Beach detectives obtained a warrant for Wilson’s arrest on charges of Impersonating a Police Officer and False Imprisonment. Wilson was arrested in Pompano Beach on Jan 30., by BSO Pompano Beach District deputies who transported him to the Main Jail where he remains in custody on a $300,000 bond.

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