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Hundreds of deer once grazed near the Hillsboro River, north of Fort Lauderdale in South Florida, and the area was eventually named Deerfield Beach. Situated in the northern part of Broward County, just south of Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach has one of the nicer beaches in the South Florida area. The Deerfield Beach Pier and Quiet Waters Park are two of the cityâ€™s main attractions. Surfers frequently attack the waves just north of the pier and a Renaissance festival is held at the park once a year.
Local Newspapers: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: Lynn University
Zip Codes associated with deerfield beach, florida:
33064 33069 33073 33441 33442
Towns/Cities near deerfield beach, florida : Lighthouse Point Boca Raton Hillsboro Beach Pompano Beach
Deerfield Beach man arrested for sex trafficking, armed battery
A 27-year-old Deerfield Beach man accused of prostituting women up and down Interstate 95 is now sitting in a Palm Beach County jail cell. Robert Miner told a 22-year-old woman from Orlando she'd be modeling swimsuits for a photo shoot, according to court records.Be Strong to Host National Screening of New Bullying Prevention Documentary
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla: Be Strong, a national, student-led youth empowerment organization dedicated to ending bullying in schools, is leading the charge to assure that no child lives with the isolation and fear of being bullied. In an effort to spread awareness in schools and the community, the organization will begin broadcasting its bullying prevention documentary online, reaching millions of school officials, as well as students and their parents or guardians throughout the United States.Hurricane Irma took a bite out of Florida job count, new report says
Florida lost about 127,000 jobs in September, largely due to Hurricane Irma's strike, according to state data released Friday. Jobs in Florida normally subside temporarily in the fall, as the summer vacation season winds down, but the state said Irma's impact was clear in the data.Hit-and-run victim dies after being found unconscious in Pompano roadway
An unconscious man with head injuries, the victim of a hit and run, was found in a Pompano Beach roadway early Thursday, authorities said. He was taken to Broward Health North in Deerfield Beach , where he was pronounced dead.Bahia Mar plan moves ahead with shorter buildings and more open space
A redesigned plan to develop city land at the Bahia Mar peninsula on Fort Lauderdale beach cleared the city's Planning and Zoning board and is headed to City Commission for approval. Rather than two tall towers, the 600+ apartments and one hotel are spread out in eight large buildings.Child hospitalized after being struck by car in Deerfield Beach
A child suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car at about 4:45 p.m. on Sunday, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. Responders airlifted the child, who has not been identified, to the Broward Health Medical Center.Child seriously injured after being hit by a car in Broward
A child was rushed to the hospital Sunday afternoon after being hit by a car in Deerfield Beach, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The child, who was not identified, was hit at about 4:45 p.m. near 347 NW Fourth Pl.Child struck by car dies, authorities say
The crash happened about 4:45 p.m. Sunday in front of his grandmother's home, in the 300 block of Northwest Fourth Place in Deerfield Beach. A few blocks north of Hillsboro Boulevard off Northwest Third Avenue, a line of sand covered a blood stain.So many people lined up for disaster food assistance that Broward sites had to close
Long lines and heavy turnout for a Hurricane Irma disaster food assistance program forced all three application sites in Broward County to close late Friday morning, after demand overwhelmed the sites' capacity to process applications, authorities said. The sites for the Food for Florida Disaster Food Assistance Program - including Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines and Quiet Waters Parks and Recreation in Deerfield Beach - began closing to further attendees shortly before noon, Broward Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Veda Coleman-Wright said.Tortoise, run over by car, saved by 3-D printed shell
Lenard Hughes has a small statue of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, watching over his small menagerie in the home he shares with his wife Roseanne in The Acreage. It may have been St. Francis or some other divine intervention that saved Hughes' tortoise, George, after the creature was run over by a small car not half a mile from Hughes' home last month.Intruder tried to rape two Deerfield Beach women, deputies say
Two women who live in neighboring Deerfield Beach condominiums on the barrier island each reported that an intruder came into their homes and tried to rape them about four hours apart on the same day, authorities said. The attempted sexual batteries happened at 1:30 a.m. and 5:14 a.m. on Oct. 4, said Veda Coleman-Wright, a spokeswoman for the Broward Sheriff's Office.7th Heaven: Daytona makes 'Best Places to Retire" list
Jill Smith, a retired schoolteacher from Deerfield Beach, was amazed to wake up one morning to see three deer in the front yard of her newly purchased home in Ormond Beach. "You never see that in South Florida," she said.Debris hauler touts post-Irma prices as potential savings for taxpayers
One of South Florida's biggest debris-removal companies touted a price adjustment Wednesday it says could save cities millions of dollars in taxpayer money. Randy Perkins, the founder and chairman of AshBritt Environmental Inc., said his Deerfield Beach-based company won't collect extra fees from eight South Florida cities after all.There's a War Being Waged Over the American Wedding
This fall, Alfred Angelo Bridal held a big sale at its warehouse in Deerfield Beach, Fla. The boutique wasn't courting brides-to-be however-individual gowns couldn't be purchased, though they were available in bulk. The top seller that day wasn't even a dress; it was the store's 2008 Ford Cargo Van, which went for $5,300.Fired postal worker gets house arrest for taking bribes to deliver marijuana packages
Former U.S. Postal Service mail carrier Evelyn Price lost her job after investigators discovered she was taking bribes to deliver marijuana on her Boca Raton route. Former U.S. Postal Service mail carrier Evelyn Price lost her job after investigators discovered she was taking bribes to deliver marijuana on her Boca Raton route.Two people dead after mobile home fire in Deerfield Beach
Two people are dead after a fire broke out in a mobile home park in Deerfield Beach early Sunday, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. Deputies and the State Fire Marshal are investigating the fire that killed a man and a woman at the 1800 block of Valencia Drive in at Tidewater Estates, a mobile home park on city's west side.After firefighters extinguish a trailer fire, crews find the bodies of a man and woman
The bodies of a man and woman were found Sunday morning after firefighters extinguished a blaze in a Deerfield Beach trailer, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. Just after 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue crews responded to a report of a residential fire at 1810 Valencia Dr. After quelling the flames, rescuers found two bodies inside, BSO said.
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