Pigeon Key is moving

Pigeon Key is moving

(Not the island, silly) The Pigeon Key Foundation of the Florida Keys now has new Marathon-based headquarters. It’s moved from Knight’s Key to the location of the former Pancho’s restaurant. The visibility from the highway, and its proximity to the Hyatt Place at Faro Blanco docks and historic lighthouse, make for a perfect fit, according […]

Letter to the Editor:

Letter to the Editor:

The Key West Chamber of Commerce is requesting that the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) delay decisions regarding the Stock Island RO (Reverse Osmosis) plant expansion and/or replacement for a year, in order to facilitate public discussion and vetting of both the community’s water supply interruption needs, long-range sustainability strategies, and feasibility of the solutions […]

The Dan Band is coming to Key West

The Dan Band is coming to Key West

Funny, profane, girly music Few performers can turn a night of karaoke into a successful career in show business, but Dan Finnerty pulled it off. You might know Finnerty and his comedic musical group, The Dan Band, from their scene stealing appearance in the iconic comedy “Old School,” but that performance is a sliver of […]

Take Stock evens the odds for students

Take Stock evens the odds for students

A BETTER CHANCE By Kristen Livengood When Chuck Licis moved to the Keys, “there was a tremendous level of need for students with economic disadvantages,” he said. Licis moved to the Keys with an extensive background in rural education. In his third year as Take Stock program coordinator, and as a success coach at Key […]

Softball season ends

Softball season ends

On Tuesday, the Marathon High School’s softball team ended its quest to advance to the regional finals. They suffered a crushing loss to John Carroll Catholic High School, the same team that kept them out of the regional finals in 2016. Regardless, the MHS softball team ended with an impressive 20-5 record, including the recent […]

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